This workshop took place on 10 & 11 June and 17 &18 June 2021.
Convened by Bronwen Everill
What did the eighteenth century look like, smell like, sound like? And how different would those answers have been for different parts of the world? Historians and theorists of globalization have both identified a convergence of social, cultural, and political forms in the modern period. But how different would people have really found each other in the eighteenth century?
Please note that due to consent, not all papers in the programme are featured in the recordings.