History Society Lecture

19 November 2019 - 17:45 to 19:00

This is a History Society Lecture on 'Thomas Middleton: The World of a Working Playwright in Shakespeare's London'.

A lecture from Dr. John Lavagnino, Reader in Digital Humanities at King’s College London.

Registration: 5.30pm
Lecture: 5.45pm
Location: Bingham room
Qualifying Session (QS): Not accredited as a QS
Cost: Free of charge but booking is required

The Speaker

Dr. John Lavagnino, Reader in Digital Humanities at King’s College London.

Dr. John Lavagnino edited the publication Thomas Middleton: The Collected Works, which won the Modern Language Association’s Prize for a Distinguished Scholarly Edition in 2009.

The Lecture

Thomas Middleton, the great Jacobean playwright. 

Many have argued Middleton was admitted to Gray’s Inn in either 1593 or 1596. The admission rolls in the Gray's Inn Archives record the name of Thomas Middleton in both years. Which one, or even if one, is the Thomas Middleton remains open to debate. 

Booking

Open to all members and their guests (maximum 2 guests). 

Book and pay online  via the Gray's Inn Online System (GIOS)

Booking will open approximately 8 weeks prior to the event and will close, (for barrister members) 4 clear working days and (for student members) 5 clear working days before the event.

Members