‘Marrying Cultures: Queens Consort and European Identities 1500-1800’ [Joint Seminar with Centre for Early Modern Studies]
Prof. O'Kelly (Oxford, Emerita) will speak on the findings of her HERA-funded project
Summary: Professor Watanabe-O’Kelly has led a three-year international, collaborative HERA-funded project ‘Marrying Cultures: Queens Consort and European Identities 1500-1800’, based at the University of Oxford, Lund University, Sweden, the German Historical Institute, Warsaw, and the Herzog August Bibliothek, Germany. The project centres on the consort as an agent of cultural transfer with specific focus on a series of case studies, including the Polish princesses Katarzyna Jagiellonka, Duchess of Finland and Queen of Sweden (1526-83), and Zofia Jagiellonka, Duchess of Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel (1464-1512); Hedwig Eleonora of Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorp, Queen of Sweden (1636-1715), and Charlotte Amalie of Hessen-Kassel, Queen of Denmark (1650-1714); the Portuguese princess Catarina of Braganza, Queen of Great Britain (1638-1705); and Luise Ulrike of Prussia, Queen of Sweden (1720-82).
|A Centre for Translating Cultures seminar|
|Date||7 February 2018|
|Time||15:30 to 17:30|
|Place||Queens Building LT6.2|
Queens Building LT6.2