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The History We've Forgotten: Diplomacy and the Biography of Henry VIII

Seminar speaker: David Starkey

The Centre for Renaissance and Early Modern Studies at Queen Mary,
University of London presents its fifth series of Renaissance Seminars.
The seminars will review what the Renaissance now means to scholars across the disciplines, and consider how new interdisciplinary methods and approaches have refigured our understanding of developments traditionally associated with the term and period Renaissance.
Recent scholarship has revolutionised our understanding of the Renaissance not only in details but in approaches and methods. Even scholars remain less than well informed about developments in other disciplines while a wider community of curators and librarians and the interested public is often uninformed of the latest scholarship.
Queen Mary’s Renaissance Seminars aim to address these issues by covering a range of themes and topics delivered and commented on by leading experts from within the college and the international scholarly community.


Dr David Starkey | talks | www


Date and Time:

4 March 2010 at 6:30 pm


1 hour



Queen Mary, University of London
Mile End road
E1 4NS

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