Seminar in Early Modern Intellectual History

Series dates:
Tuesdays, 2-4pm
Series venues:
Series Convenor:
Dmitri Levitin and Noel Malcolm

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. While we had hoped to run the seminar in hybrid format, it will initially commence as an online only event, hosted on Zoom (it is possible that we will switch to a hybrid format in Trinity term).

Since we are unable to bring outside speakers to Oxford, we have chosen to put on a programme of scholars currently working within the University. This also provides an opportunity to mark the launch of the Oxford Centre for Intellectual History, and to showcase the great range of intellectual history being done across various faculties.

All sessions will be held on Tuesdays, 2–4pm (regular attendees of previous sessions will want to note the new time). Links to each session will be sent out the preceding evening. Accordingly, please register here by 12pm on the day before (e.g. 15 February for the first session). You need only register once – subsequently, you will receive invitations to all the other sessions. You can unsubscribe at any time.

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