Durham Early Modern Studies Conference 2019
An interdisciplinary conference on the early modern period is well established at Durham, first as a biennial conference on The Seventeenth-Century, and more recently as a broader Early Modern event.
The 2019 Durham Early Modern Studies Conference aims to build on this tradition, establishing an annual conference which will offer a broad and inclusive interdisciplinary forum for the discussion of the period c.1450 to c.1800.
We are delighted to confirm the following plenary speakers
Professor Joshua Scodel (University of Chicago)
Professor Alexandra Walsham (University of Cambridge)
Professor Valerie Worth (University of Oxford)
Durham City has a range of private hotel and B&B accommodation and Newcastle is a major centre, which can be reached in just 15 minutes by train from central Durham. Delegates can choose to arrange their own accommodation, or they may wish to book one a pre-reserved room in conference accommodation when they register.
Durham can be reached in under 3 hours from London by train. Newcastle Airport, which is within very easy striking distance of the City by taxi or by metro + train, offers regular flights to a number of major hubs. Edinburgh, Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester are other major UK cities with direct rail links to Durham.
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