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Digital Seminar Series - 2023 Programme

 

The RSN is delighted to announce the 2023 programme for the Digital Seminar Series.

 

(Takes place on a Tuesday every month at 17:00 BST / 18:00 CET, unless noted otherwise) 

 

To see past digital seminars or annual programmes, click here.

Spring 2023

 10 January 2023 - POSTPONED

 Roundtable: The Death and Legacy of Monarchs - Remembering Queen Elizabeth II

 

21 February 2023 - RESCHEDULED FOR 7 MARCH

Seminar: Dramatizing the British Monarchy on Screen and the Controversy of ‘Still Living’ History

Sarah Betts, University of York

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March 2023 (Date TBC)

Seminar: The Future of Monarchy Must be More Constitutional and Less Symbolic

James Selwood, Hiroshima University/University of Newcastle

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18 April 2023

Seminar: The Sexualities of King William III and Queen Mary II

Jack Beesley (Manchester Metropolitan University) and Holly Marsden (University of Winchester/Historic Royal Palaces)

Details

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23 May 2023

Seminar: Privacy among Many - The Withdrawing Room at the Stuart Court

Julia Hamilton, University of London

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Autumn 2023

15 August 2023

Roundtable: Queenship and Narratives of Empire and Colonisation

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12 September 2023

Seminar: Pilgrimages of the Sovereign Begums:

Begums of Bhopal and the Politics of Mobility

Annie Treesa Joseph, University of Kerala

Details

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24 October 2023

Seminar: Education and Intimacy in the Making of Indian Rulers:

Princely Pupils and their British Tutors in Late-ninteenth century Colonial India

Teresa Seguara-Garcia, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

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14 November 2023

Seminar: The Women in the Spanish Monarchy and Renaissance Culture: T

he Case of Catherine of Aragon (1485-1536)

Emma Luisa Cahill Marrón, Independent Scholar

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5 December 2023

Seminar: “Without Being Able to Take Her Away”: Rethinking the Role

of Queenship and Raptus in Medieval Political Expansion, 1200-1415

Jessica Minieri, Binghamton University  

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