Charles I's most loyal subject: Thomas Harrison and the Sin of Uzzah
Preparatory reading: ‘The trial of Thomas Harrison,’ in Cobbett’s Complete Collection of State Trials, vol. 3 (1809), 1369-82; Noel Malcolm, ‘Thomas Harrison and his “Ark of Studies”: An Episode in the History of the Organization of Knowledge’, Seventeenth Century, 19 (2004), 196-232; .David Cressy, Charles I and the People of England (Oxford, 2015), pp. 177-209 (‘Importunate Petitioners’); 2 Samuel 6: 1-7 or 1 Chronicles 13: 7-11.
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Date: 9 February 2017, 17:00 (Thursday, 4th week, Hilary 2017)
Venue: Merton College, Merton Street OX1 4JD
Venue Details: Breakfast Room
Speaker: Prof David Cressy (Claremont Graduate University and Christ Church)
Organising department: Faculty of History
Organisers: Lucy Wooding, Lucy Wooding, Steven Gunn, Alexandra Gajda, Ian Archer
Part of: Early Modern Britain Seminar
Booking required?: Not required
Audience: Members of the University only
Editor: Laura Spence