1 October: Paul Hammond (Leeds), ‘What is "evil" in Paradise Lost?’
15 October: Kate Smith (Birmingham), ‘Global houses, global homes: mobility and migration in the long eighteenth century’
19 November: Nikolas Funke (Birmingham), 'Confessional coexistence under Military Occupation in Seventeenth Century Germany'
3 December: Jennie Challinor (Birmingham), '"A countrey life assists this study best": Robert Matthews and a new source for Katherine Philips'
14 January: Sara Barker (Leeds), 'Language vs. Layout? FOrm and format in pre-periodical printed news translation'
11 February: Christopher Langley (Newman), 'Defining Loyalty, Redefining Reformation: Understanding Conflict from Scottish Pulpits, c.1638-1660'
4 March: Ewan Fernie (Shakespeare Institute), 'Shakespeare on the Brink of Freedom'
18 March: Clive Holmes (Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford), 'The Translatlantic context of the Salem Witch Trials'