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  1. Iran: Wonders of Nature

    Iran: Wonders of Nature

    The exhibition, 'Iran: Wonders of Nature' brings together stunning examples of the country's rich visual tradition, many of them on display in...

  2. Institute of Intellectual History --- Tom Pye (UCL)

    Institute of Intellectual History --- Tom Pye (UCL)

    The tailzie and the politics of the feudal law in eighteenth-century Britain

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  3. Institute of Intellectual History seminar series

    Institute of Intellectual History seminar series

    Tim Stuart Buttle (York)

    "Behind the curtain: Hobbes and the politics of recognition

  4. Institute of Intellectual History seminar -- Norman Vance (Sussex)

    Institute of Intellectual History seminar -- Norman Vance (Sussex)

    Individualism and its Discontents: Hobbies to Hayek and Beyond

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  5. Institute of Intellectual History seminar series -- Synne Myrebøe (Vienna)

    Institute of Intellectual History seminar series -- Synne Myrebøe (Vienna)

    The distinctiveness of Scandinavian intellectual history

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  6. Institute of Intellectual History seminar series -- Christopher de Bellaigue

    Institute of Intellectual History seminar series -- Christopher de Bellaigue

    Suleyman the Magnificent and the 16th century race for empire

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  7. Ali Ansari's Iran (Polity Histories) --- Book Signing
    Limited access

    Ali Ansari's Iran (Polity Histories) --- Book Signing

    Ali Ansari is a Professor in the School of History at the University of St Andrews. In Iran (Polity Histories) Ali takes readers on a journey through...

  8. Institute of Intellectual History seminar -- Adrian Blau(King's College, London)

    Institute of Intellectual History seminar -- Adrian Blau(King's College, London)

    "The Origins of Quentin Skinner's "Meaning and Understanding in the History of Ideas"

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  9. Early Modern and Reformation Seminar --- Dr Benjamin Jackson (University of Manchester)
    Cancelled

    Early Modern and Reformation Seminar --- Dr Benjamin Jackson (University of Manchester)

    Clerical Domesticities in Eighteenth-Century England

    Dr Benjamin Jackson (John Rylands Research Institute, University of Manchester) Clerical Domesticities in Eighteenth-Century England

  10. Institute of Scottish Historical Research --- Postgraduate Research Seminar

    Institute of Scottish Historical Research --- Postgraduate Research Seminar

    Frances Bickerstaff -- Timber, sheep and salmon: the monastic economy of south-west Scotland c. 1160-1230; Michael Fraser -- Scots and Huguenots in...