Centre for the Study of Religion and Conflict and the Early Modern Periods
Thirty Years’ War – 400 Years’ On
Military History and the ‘Military Revolution’ in the Early Seventeenth Century
A day workshop at Nottingham Trent University
Wednesday 11 July 2018
Nottingham Trent University’s Centre for the Study of Religion and Conflict in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods is staging a day-long workshop to mark the beginning of the Thirty Year’s War. It will focus on the military history of the first half of the seventeenth century in Europe, a turbulent period in terms of religion, politics, and culture.
Papers (of c20 minutes duration) are invited on any subject related to the period’s military history, including but not limited to the Eighty Year’s War, the Thirty Years’ War and the Civil Wars in Britain and Ireland as well as the ’Military Revolution.'
The British Commission for Military History is supporting this event.
Abstracts for papers are invited.
Please send abstracts of c250 words before preferably as a word attachment 12 noon on 27 April 2018 to:
Professor Martyn Bennett of the Department of History, Languages and Global Studies, Nottingham Trent University, Clifton Lane, Nottingham, NG11 8NS.
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