Stuart Carroll is Professor of Early Modern History at the University of York. He is the author of Blood and Violence in Early Modern France (2006) and one of the editors of the Cambridge World History of Violence: vol: 3 (1500-1800). Martyrs and Murderers: the Guise Family and the Making of Europe won the J. Russell Major prize of the American Historical Association in 2011. He has won the Nancy Roelker prize for the best article on early modern French history four times (1999, 2004, 2014 and 2020). Enmity & Violence in Early Modern Europe is in press.
This day school brings together 4 of the principal experts on the topic of noble honour and duelling in early modern Britain and Europe, and places elite violence in England into comparative perspective. Join us in Oxford or watch online.