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The Ecclesiastical History Society (EHS) was founded in 1961 and aims to foster interest in, and to advance the study of, all areas of the history of the Christian Churches.

Latest announcements

Although it's still some time off, the Winter Meeting on 14 January at Magdalene College, Cambridge, is fast approaching: the deadline for bookings is 31 December. The Postgraduate Colloquium on 10 March, also at Magdalene, Cambridge, has already begun to attract speakers, while proposals are welcomed for next year's Summer Conference, Churches and Education, to be held at the University of Exeter on 18-20 July
The Society is pleased to announce the launch of an annual book prize of £1000, primarily aimed at early career researchers. The prize will be awarded for the best first monograph on the history of Christianity published during the previous calendar year. For more details see here

Check out our new blog post on the Martin Luther: Art and Reformation exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, which runs until 15 January 2017. While not everyone will be able to visit in person, you can do so virtually, courtesy of Andrew Spicer on the EHS blog. if members would like to contribute a blog post please email richardsonpublicity@gmail.com

We hope you like the new-look website, and find it easy to use. It is still under development, so if you have comments and suggestions about it, please send them to the webmaster and publicity officer, Beth Richardson, richardsonpublicity@gmail.com, or via the contact form.



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