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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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Popes & Jews, and Otherworlds: Two new Medieval Monographs
Yesterday, Thursday 17th March 2016, the Department of History and the Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies (GCMS) held a book launch for two new medieval monographs from Oxford University Press (OUP). Thanks to their authors, Dr Rebecca Rist and Dr … Continue reading
Professor Clare Robertson’s new book, Rome 1600. The City and the visual Arts under Clement VIII (Yale University Press 2015) produces a snapshot of the city at one of the most significant moments in its post-classical history. Rome was at … Continue reading
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