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Tweeting from the Grave: Sickness and Survival in the 17th Century
by Dr Hannah Newton [i] My favourite thing about being a historian is reading other people’s diaries. I began to realise this at the tender age of eight, when our teacher asked us to write a series of diary entries … Continue reading
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Sensing Sickness in Early Modern England, 1580-1720: About the Research Project
We are very pleased to announce that Dr Hannah Newton has been awarded Wellcome Trust funding for her new research project ‘Sensing Sickness in Early Modern England, 1580-1720’. Below Hannah tells us more about this exciting project and what it … Continue reading
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