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.
Due to the continued difficulties posed by the pandemic, at least one session will have to be held via Zoom. The rest are currently planned to be held in person, in the Hovenden Room, at All Souls College. 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 www.asc.ox.ac.uk/visiting-the-college. Any changes to the programme will be posted on the Events page of the Oxford Centre for Intellectual History – intellectualhistory.web.ox.ac.uk.
All sessions will be held on Wednesdays, 5–7pm UK time. As the first session will be on Zoom, we ask that you register here – forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=G96VzPWXk0-0uv5ouFLPkW8uVvcqlU1FjOAXnDxqcE9UMVpMNTRTOTZXM1AwSE5MUDk4N1JSWjBOMC4u – by 12pm on the day before if you would like to attend. A link will then be sent out before the session. From then on, the email list will be used to provide any changes to the programme. You can unsubscribe at any time.
All very welcome.
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