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'Moving Things' with Professors Lisa Jardine and Evelyn Welch.

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Professor Lisa Jardine, CBE (Professor of Renaissance Studies at University College London and Director of the UCL Centre for Humanities Interdisciplinary Research Projects, and the Centre for Editing Lives and Letters, Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and Honorary Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge and Jesus College, Cambridge)

’”An Important Piece of Jewellery worth 80,000 Florins”: Moving Gems for Occasions around Early Modern Europe’

Professor Evelyn Welch (Vice-Principal (Arts & Sciences) and Professor of Renaissance Studies in the Department of History, School of Arts& Humanities at Kings College London)

‘Furs and Feathers in the Early Modern World: Moving Fashion across Global Borders’.

As it is the end of term, tea and coffee will be served in the foyer after the Q&A session ends at 2pm. We look forward to seeing you there – please do share this event with your students, friends and colleagues.

This talk is part of the Things that Matter 1400-1900 series.

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