The Society for Court Studies runs an annual seminar programme which presents and discusses new work in the field. Normally, seminars are held at New York University, 6 Bedford Square, London, WC1B 3RA. Currently, seminars are being held online via Zoom. Seminar dates and times are listed below, as well as whether the event is held at NYU or on Zoom.
Seminars are open and free to all, however all online events require registration via Eventbrite. Once registered through Eventbrite, seminar attendees will receive a Zoom invitation on the day. For online events, both members and non-members are required to register.
|Monday 20 September 2021, 6pm- NYU||Glenn Richardson, (St Mary's University), ‘The Field of Cloth of Gold and the Public History of the Court’|
|Monday 11 October 2021, 5.30pm||Annual General Meeting for the Society for Court Studies|
|Monday 11 October 2021, 6pm - NYU||Amy Lim (St Hilda’s College, Oxford), ‘Court influence on the art patronage of Charles (1662-1748) and Elizabeth (1667-1722) Seymour, sixth duke and duchess of Somerset’|
|Monday 8 November 2021, 6pm - NYU||Adam Storring (The Gottingen Institute for Advanced Study), ‘Frederick the Great of Prussia, Voltaire and French Military Monarchy’|
|Monday 6 December 2021, 6pm - NYU||Seif El Rashidi (IHR), ‘Tented Courts: The Long Tradition of Egypt’ by Seif El Rashidi’|