Venue: Oxford University Examination schools, High St, Oxford.
Time: Fridays at 5pm.
17 October: Colin Kidd, ‘Priestcraft, the Devil and the Union of 1707”
24 October: Anthony Grafton, ‘Humanism and History in the Late Renaissance: Isaac Casaubon, Polybius, and the Political uses of the Past.’
31 October: Jonathan Israel, ‘Radical Enlightenment and the French Revolution’
7 November: David Womersley, ‘Ideas and Society in the Pays de Vaud: Edward Gibbon and Georges Deyverdun read the Classics’.
14 November: Michael Hunter, ‘The Enlightenment Rejection of Magic: New Thoughts on an Old theme’.
21 November: Brian Young, ‘Hume and History’
28 November: Noel Malcolm, ‘Hobbes’s Leviathan and Christian Doctrine’.