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Remembering the Reformation: A Postgraduate Symposium

To mark the culmination of its third year, the AHRC-funded research project
Remembering the Reformation (Prof. Alex Walsham, PI, Prof. Brian Cummings,
CI) will hold a day-long postgraduate symposium in association with the
Ecclesiastical History Society, The Church of England Record Society and
Lambeth Palace Library, on 25 October 2018.

It will take place at Lambeth Palace Library and will close with a public
lecture by Professor Diarmaid MacCulloch.

EHS Postgraduate Colloquium

This lively and popular annual event is open to all postgraduates. Research students working on any aspect of religious history from late antiquity to the twenty-first century are warmly invited to present twenty-minute papers on their work at an informal day-long colloquium. The most recent postgraduate colloquium took place on 4 March 2016 at Magdalene College, Cambridge. 

Thinking Freely in Religion in English-speaking Countries

CALL FOR PAPERS  -  INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

THINKING FREELY IN RELIGION IN ENGLISH-SPEAKING COUNTRIES

PARIS, MARCH 14-15, 2019

 

Organized by:

Culture et religion dans les pays anglophones

Sponsored by:

CREA (Paris Nanterre)

Histoire et Dynamiques des Espaces Anglophones (Sorbonne Université)

PHARE (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)

TransCrit (Université Paris 8)

Location:

Modern Europe meets Reform

Modern Europe meets Reform is a FREE one-and-half day research workshop taking place from 1.30pm on Thursday 12 April through to 5pm on Friday 13 April 2018 in Leeds. The workshop aims to investigate the development of historical writing about the medieval church across the period from the Reformation to the twentieth century, and we hope to bring together medievalists and modernists, creating new areas for debate in an informal environment.

Modern Europe meets Reform

Modern Europe meets Reform is a one-and-half day research workshop taking place from 1.30pm on Thursday 12 April through to 5pm on Friday 13 April 2018 in Leeds. The workshop aims to investigate the development of historical writing about the medieval church across the period from the Reformation to the twentieth century, and we hope to bring together medievalists and modernists, creating new areas for debate in an informal environment.

New Perspectives on Seventeenth-Century Libraries'

Tuesday 5 June, 5.30pm (admittance not before 5pm)
Lambeth Palace Library 

Robyn Adams (Centre for Editing Lives & Letters, UCL), 'Donations to the Bodleian Library in the Early Seventeenth Century'

Katie Birkwood (Royal College of Physicians Library), 'Digging Deeper into the Marquess of Dorchester's Library'

Jacqueline Glomski (Centre for Editing Lives & Letters, UCL), 'Religion and Libraries in the Seventeenth Century'.

Professor Nicholas Tyacke (University College, London): ‘“Mysteries” Demystified: The Making and Meaning of the Lambeth Articles (1595)’.

Tuesday 8 May, 5.15pm (admittance not before 4.45pm)
Lambeth Palace Library


In association with the University of London seminar on the Religious History of Britain 1500-1800.  All are welcome, but those wishing to attend should book a free ticket at www.nicholastyackelambeth.eventbrite.co.uk, or email juliette.boyd@churchofengland.org not later than Friday 4 May.

Dr David Starkey: 'Henry VIII and Luther: A Reappraisal'

Tuesday 6 February, 5.15pm (admittance not before 4.45pm)
Lambeth Palace Library 

In association with the University of London seminar on the Religious History of Britain 1500-1800.  All are welcome, but those wishing to attend should book a free ticket at www.davidstarkeylambeth.eventbrite.co.uk, or email juliette.boyd@churchofengland.org not later than Friday 2 February.
 

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