Prof. Colin Kidd gives John Burrow Memorial Lecture

Colin KiddOn 17 April 2013, Prof. Colin Kidd gave the John Burrow Memorial Lecture at the Centre for Intellectual History at the University of Sussex.  Prof. Kidd spoke on the Trials of Douglas Young.

Podcasts of the Sussex Lectures in Intellectual History series can be downloaded free of charge from the iTunes store or from the Sussex Intellectual History website.

Peter Burke at the University of St Andrews

Peter Burke

On the 13 March, Peter Burke, Emeritus Professor of Cultural History at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, presented a paper on ‘Diglossia in Early Modern Europe to the Modern History Seminar and the Reformation & Early Modern Seminar.

Prof. Burke was introduced by Dr Bridget Heal, Director of the Reformation Studies Institute. With Prof. Burke’s permission this talk was recorded and is now available to listen to below and also on the School of History’s SoundCloud page.

The School of History hosts a variety of seminar programmes representing the active research interests of staff and students. Throughout each semester presentations, workshops, and reading groups take place, led by the School’s research centres. To find out more about our research seminars, please visit our seminars webpages.