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Representing Monarchy in Britain and Ireland, 1649-1714

July 1, 2014
Victoria & Albert Museum / Royal College of Art

Seminar Room A, Research Deparment
Cromwell Road
London SW7 2RL
United Kingdom

Organisers:

Julie Farguson
Oxford University
Elaine Tierney
Victoria & Albert Museum

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This one-day symposium brings together historians of art, design and literature, alongside social and cultural historians, to interrogate the full range of strategies used to represent monarchy in Britain from 1649-1714.

Reflecting our interests in literary, visual and material cultures, the day includes a special display of works from the Museum’s collection of c17th and c18th prints.

The event is open to all with an interest in the period and is generously supported by the V&A/RCA Programme in History of Design

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June 27, 2014, 5:00pm BST

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