What the smart early modernist should be reading today

The latest Carnivalesque is up at Serendipities, great work by Kristine. I haven’t had much time to peruse the carnival yet, but this list of 250+ killer digital libraries and archives looks like a stunning resource.

It’s the 300th [or 360th, or something] anniversary of a neglected landmark in British democratic history, the Putney Debates of 1647. Yes, it’s all very Grauniad, and Tristram Hunt gets awfully excited about it, but don’t let that put you off.

Alternatively, you could try the official fan website of Charles II

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