The project team will disseminate their research at a wide range of key conferences and seminars, including the Stuart Successions Colloquium at Jesus College, Oxford, held in September 2013. Papers, presentations, and outreach engagement are will be listed here. Please visit these pages for regular updates and new information about the events linked to the project, or stay up-to-date via Twitter.
- 16-17 March 2016: Paulina Kewes, ‘”The Idol of State Innovators and Republicans”: Robert Persons’s Conference About the Next Succession (1595) in Stuart Britain’, Dynasty and Dynasticism, 1400-1700, Somerville College, Oxford. This conference is organized by the Jagiellonians Project.
- 8 September 2015: Paulina Kewes, ‘A Jacobean Hamlet? Literature and the Politics of the Stuart Succession’, Huntington Library
- 3 September 2015: Paulina Kewes joined Matthew Parris and Michael Howard on Radio 4’s Great Lives, discussing the life of Elizabeth I.
- 23 July 2015: Joseph Hone, ‘Defoe and “Marvellian” Satire’, Defoe Society Conference, Bath.
- 23 May 2015: Paulina Kewes, ‘Hamlet and Politics’, Seventh Annual Conference of the Centre for Early Modern Studies (CEMS): Moral Authority and its Critics 1500-1700, Corpus Christi College, Oxford.
- 17 February 2015: Paulina Kewes, “‘Looking Before and After’: Hamlets and the Succession’, Centre for Early Modern and Medieval Studies Seminar, Sussex University.
- 27 January 2015: Joseph Hone, ‘Elegy and Sedition in Later Stuart Britain’, Early Modern Forum, University of Oxford.
- 1 July 2014: Anna-Marie Linnell, John West, and Joseph Hone presented papers as part of a Stuart Successions Project panel at Representing Monarchy in Britain and Ireland, 1649-1714, Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
- 17 June 2014: Joseph Hone, ‘The Material Culture of Succession: The Coronation Medals of George I’, Annual Ecclesiastical History Colloquium, Oxford Brookes University.
- 12 April 2014: Joseph Hone, ‘Isaac Newton and Queen Anne: A Coronation Medal in Context’, British Art Medal Society Annual Conference, Brighton.
- 27-29 March 2014: Andrew McRae, John West, and Steve Zwicker took a Stuart Successions Project panel to the Renaissance Society of America Conference, New York City.
- 8 January 2014: Joseph Hone, ‘Windsor-Forest and the Politics of Panegyric’, British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Annual Conference, St. Hugh’s College, Oxford.
- 23 November 2013: Joseph Hone, ‘John Nutt: Trade Publisher, Tory Publicist?’, Text and Book in the Age of Swift, St. Peter’s College, Oxford.
27-28 September 2013: The project colloquium took place at Jesus College, Oxford on 27-28 September 2013. The programme for the event and abstracts for all the papers can still be seen here, and you can now also take a look at our blog about the event.
- 16-17 September 2013: Andrew McRae and John West presented on the development of the Stuart Successions database at the 2013 EEBO-TCP Conference on Early Modern Texts: Digital Methods and Methodologies.
- 29-31 July 2013: Anna-Marie Linnell, John West, and Joseph Hone presented papers as part of a Stuart Successions Project panel at the Bangor Conference on the Restoration. The papers investigated the place of Henrietta Maria in 1660 panegyric, verse on the 1685 succession, and the image of Anne in 1702 war poetry.
- 3-5 January 2013: Joseph Hone delivered a paper entitled “‘To Solemnize this Great and Happy Day’: The Coronation of Queen Anne” at the annual conference of the British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies at St. Hugh’s College, Oxford in early 2013.
- 10 November 2012: John West, ‘The Literature of Royal Loss in 1660: Poems on the Death of Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester’, Royal Loss: Untimely Deaths, Public and Private Mourning, and the Monarchs Who Never Were, University of York.
- 9-11 July 2012: Andrew McRae ‘Remembering 1625: George Wither and the Caroline Succession’, Society for Renaissance Studies International conference, University of Manchester.