Thu, 20 May | Online

Mayflower Lecture Online: Transatlantic Print

*** FREE event ** A talk chaired by Professor Geoffrey Plank and guest speaker from the University of East Anglia.
Registration is Closed
Mayflower Lecture Online: Transatlantic Print

Time & Location

20 May, 19:00
Online

About the Event

‘These Poor Fruits of My Pen’ will be presented by Dr Sarah Hall, a historian of the early modern transatlantic world, with a particular focus on puritanism in England and New England. Sarah’s research interests lie in community, correspondence and social networks in the seventeenth century. She is particularly fascinated by the histories of ‘ordinary’ people and their lived experiences. Sarah is further interested in pursuing digital humanities methods, and exploring what new light can be shed on historical questions by combining qualitative and quantitative research methods. She is currently based at the University of York, working on the UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship project.

This is a FREE event but donations would be appreciated.  You must register:

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This presentation is part of our Mayflower 400 in Harleston Lecture series where are running monthly lectures on the third Thursday of each month.  Look out for future presentations.