SEMINAR ON METROPOLITAN HISTORY AUTUMN & SPRING TERMS 1993/1994 Convenors: Dr Richard Dennis, Dr Derek Keene, Professor Michael Port Alternate Wednesdays at 5.30 pm in the Old Bindery at the Institute of Historical Research, Senate House, Malet Street London WC1E 7HU THEME FOR 1993-4: 'INTERPRETING METROPOLITAN SPACE'

AUTUMN TERM 1993 13 October Michael Berlin (Centre for Metropolitan History) 'Places of skill in early modern London' 27 October Miles Ogborn (Lampeter) 'The street as a space of modernity: eighteenth- century London and the public sphere' 10 November Julienne Hanson (Bartlett School of Architecture and Planning, UCL) 'Interpreting the metropolitan network' 24 November Mona Domosh (Florida Atlantic) 'Interpreting New York's nineteenth-century retail district' 8 December David Watkin (Peterhouse, Cambridge) 'Sir John Soane's view of London' SPRING TERM 1994 19 January Andrew Saint (English Heritage) 'Ecclesiastical space: Anglican church building and the parish system in nineteenth-century London' 2 February Pascal Brioist (Istituto Universitario Europeano, Florence) 'Two geographies of seventeenth-century London: Samuel Pepys and Robert Hooke' 16 February Roland Quinault (University of North London) 'Charles Dickens and London' 2 March Janet Barnes and Craig Spence (Centre for Metropolitan History) 'An atlas of late seventeenth-century London' 16 March John House (Courtauld Institute of Art) 'Pissarro in Paris: anarchist or aesthete?'