Early Modern History Research Seminar
Department of History, Trinity College Dublin
Monday 21 November, 4PM
The Failed Republic:
The Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the Eighteenth Century
George Lukowski is a Reader in Polish History at the University of Birmingham. His published work includes Liberty’s Folly: the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the eighteenth century (1991); The Partitions of Poland (1997); The Eighteenth-Century European Nobility (2003); A Concise History of Poland (2001/ 2006); Disorderly liberty: the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the eighteenth century (2010).
The seminar meets in the Neill/ Hoey Lecture Theatre in the Long Room Hub Building, Fellows Square. All welcome. Any queries, please contact Graeme Murdock (firstname.lastname@example.org).