Comparative Social and Cultural History Seminar: Exile

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Created: 2015-10-13 20:40
Institution: Faculty of History
Description: The Comparative Social and Cultural History Seminar at Cambridge is a fortnightly seminar which has been running for decades. This year's theme is exile, building upon the current interest in the transformative and dynamic nature of dislocation, dispersion, and mobility.
Website: http://www.hist.cam.ac.uk/seminars/compartive-social-cultural
 

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Elizabeth Evenden: Printers, exiles, and exchanges between England and Iberia

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Elizabeth Evenden discusses the early modern perceptions of historical relations between Britain, Portugal, and Spain.

Collection: Comparative Social and Cultural History Seminar: Exile

Institution: Faculty of History

Created: Sat 20 Feb 2016


Marc Saperstein: Aspects of Jewish Exile

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Marc Saperstein discusses the complexities of Jewish exile through the medium of poems.

Collection: Comparative Social and Cultural History Seminar: Exile

Institution: Faculty of History

Created: Tue 27 Oct 2015


Nicholas Terpstra: Exile, Expulsion, and Religious Refugees: Early Modern Migrations and the Meaning of Reformation

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Professor Terpstra calls for an alternative history of the reformation, one which put the concerns with purification, expulsion, and exclusion at its heart. This opens up new...

Collection: Comparative Social and Cultural History Seminar: Exile

Institution: Faculty of History

Created: Thu 18 Feb 2016


Nil Palabiyik: Byzantine Exiles and Venetian Printers

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Nil Palabiyik brings back to light the Greek figures who were active participants in Late Humanism.

Collection: Comparative Social and Cultural History Seminar: Exile

Institution: Faculty of History

Created: Tue 24 Nov 2015


Penny Roberts: Adversity and Opportunity in the Huguenot Exile Experience

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What do the French Wars of Religion look like when we add the perspective of exile, both external and internal.

Collection: Comparative Social and Cultural History Seminar: Exile

Institution: Faculty of History

Created: Thu 12 Nov 2015


Peter Burke: At the Crossroads: histories of exile, histories of knowledge

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Discussion of recent thinking about the history of exile, and prospect of future publications on the impact of exile on the creation of knowledge.

Collection: Comparative Social and Cultural History Seminar: Exile

Institution: Faculty of History

Created: Tue 13 Oct 2015


Roundtable: Exile in/and the Ottoman Empire

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Three key scholars working on the Ottoman empire discuss the impact of exile in its history.

Collection: Comparative Social and Cultural History Seminar: Exile

Institution: Faculty of History

Created: Wed 20 Jan 2016