Early Modern History Workshop

Early Modern History WorkshopThe Early Modern History Workshop (EMH) is a seminar series for Princeton students and faculty interested in the study of early modern history. The series brings together a community of early modernists that transcends common subdivisions in this field. The series provides graduate students with a forum in which to present works-in-progress, grant applications, research papers, and dissertation papers.

Early Modern History Book Club: The Early Modern History graduate student book group meets throughout the academic year to discuss new books in the field of early modern history broadly construed. This book club is open to Princeton University history graduate students only. Selected books will be provided to members on a first-come, first-serve basis. For information, please contact Richard Calis (calis@princeton.edu) or Mateusz Falkowski (falkowski@princeton.edu)

For the 2018-19 academic year, EMH will be coordinated by Richard Calis, Mateusz Falkowski, and Professor Eleanor Hubbard. View past EMH seminars in our events archive.


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