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Introductory session, Tom Hamilton (Durham)
Looking for 'the State' in Early Modern England, Dominic Birch (KCL)
‘A Commerce of Knowledge: Trade Religion, and Scholarship between England and the Ottoman Empire, c.1600–1760’, Simon Mills (Newcastle)
‘The Emergence of a Textual Entrepôt: The Royal Library of Bijapur in the Seventeenth Century’, Christopher Bahl (Durham)
‘Traditions of Early Modern Revolts and Oral Cultures in Europe: A Few Questions and Perspectives’, Éva Guillorel (Rennes)