Dynasty and Dynasticism 1400—1700 aims to ask afresh what royal dynasty was in the late medieval and early modern periods: what beliefs underpinned it, whence its power and mystique derived, and who or what ruling dynasties believed themselves to be. It seeks to put dynasty under the spotlight, as a category of analysis in its own right, and as a major organising political principle in the pre-modern world.
Professor Craig Clunas (Oxford)
Professor Jeroen Duindam (Leiden)
Professor Paula Sutter Fichtner (CUNY /Brooklyn College)
Registration and Delegate Fees
Registration for the conference is now open. The conference delegate fee includes admittance to all conference sessions, refreshments, lunch on Thursday 17th and Friday 18th March, and drinks receptions on Wednesday 16th and Thursday 17th March. A conference dinner and accommodation at Somerville College is available to book separately. A discounted fee is available for students.
Bookings can be made online here
(you will find the conference page under Short Courses/History Faculty).
Registration will close on March 4th 2016.
The full programme is attached or can be downloaded as a PDF from our website