All Souls Seminar in Early Modern Intellectual History

All Souls Seminar in Early Modern Intellectual History (Hilary 2024)

Convenors: Noel Malcolm (All Souls) and Michelle Pfeffer (Magdalen)

15 February, 2pm.

 

As always, this year’s iteration of the Seminar in Early Modern Intellectual History will consist of papers on a wide range of subjects: philosophy, science, scholarship, religion, politics, and the social setting of early modern intellectual life.

On this occasion, Russ Leo (Princeton) will be speaking on “Quakers, Collegiants, and Spinoza”

This individual session is co-sponsored by co-sponsored by the ERC project “The Common Notion. Science and Consensus in the Seventeenth Century (NOTCOM (ERC Advanced Grant no. 101052433. IHRIM, CNRS ENS de Lyon / Maison Française d’Oxford, 2023-2027).

The seminars will take place in the Hovenden Room, at All Souls College, from 2-4pm on Thursdays. Please note that there is no seminar in 7th week. Access is via the entrance to the College on the High Street – please ask at the porter’s lodge for further directions, or consult the information at: 

All souls College

Any changes to the programme will be posted on the Events page of the Oxford Centre for Intellectual History:

Intellectual History Centre.

 


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