Other Conferences

Martin Luther and the East Midlands

30 September 2017 10am-5pm
De Montfort University, Leicester (Clephan Building)

A one-day public history & archaeology conference to mark the 500th anniversary of the beginnings of the Reformation in Europe and Britain. The conference will examine some of the effects of the Reformation on the East Midlands in the 16th and early 17th centuries.

The Material Culture of Religious Change and Continuity, 1400-1600

11-12 April 2017 at the University of Huddersfield

Keynotes: Dr Nicolas Bell (Trinity College Cambridge, Library); Dr Glyn Davies (Victoria and Albert Museum, London); Professor Merry Wiesner-Hanks
(University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
Conference organisers: Dr Sarah Bastow and Dr Katherine Lewis

Colloquium: Translating God

5 May 2017, Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Stirling

Hosted by the Translating Christianities Research Group 

Reframing Stained Glass in Nineteenth-Century Britain: Culture, Aesthetics, Contexts

11-12 May, CRASSH, Cambridge, CB3 9DT

The nineteenth century witnessed a revolution in the design and production of stained glass. Yet despite its ubiquity in secular and sacred settings across the British world, stained glass has received surprisingly little attention from historians of art, religion, literature and culture.

This conference aims to open up fresh perspectives on stained glass as an architectural, artistic, decorative, commemorative and devotional medium.

Sources and the History of Women Religious, Medieval to Modern: Archival-Oral-Visual-Material-Digital

8-9 June 2017, University College Dublin

We are pleased to announce the History of Women Religious in Britain and Ireland (H-WRBI), which takes place at University College Dublin in June 2017. 

Non-presenting delegates are welcome to register for the conference, the call for papers deadline has passed. 

The 2017 H-WRBI Annual Conference will take place at University College Dublin, Ireland. Conference panels and papers will examine the history of women religious, medieval to modern.

H-WRBI Annual Conference: Sources and the History of Women Religious

8-9 June 2017, School of Education, College of Social Sciences & Law, University College Dublin

The 2017 H-WRBI Annual Conference will take place at University College Dublin, Ireland. Conference panels and papers will examine the history of women religious,
medieval to modern. The conference will explore themes such as:

• Education
• Healthcare and medical history
• Visual culture
• Politics and public life
• Mission and missionaries
• Archives and access: issues for researchers and/or archivists

A Spiritual Journey: the Life and Ideas of Sebastian Moore, 1917-2014

Downside Abbey, 1-2 September 2017

Sebastian Moore was one of the most outspoken and brilliant religious thinkers of the later twentieth century.  His life as a monk at the Benedictine Abbey of Downside was changed decisively when he became a parish priest in a deprived Liverpool city parish in the 1960s and his refusal to return in 1970 led to an academic career in the United States,

Reformation 500

20-21st October 2017
Christ Church Cathedral Dublin, and Dublin City University

Church of Ireland Historical Society, in conjunction with the Catholic Historical Society of Ireland would like to announce their Reformation Conference.

Keynote Speakers
Dr Scott Dixon - Martin Luther and the Reformation
Prof Peter Marshall - Tudor Brexit: How European were the British and Irish Reformations?

Anglican-Methodist Union Day Conference

The Oxford Centre for Methodism and Church History at Oxford Brookes University is holding a conference on Wednesday 25 October 2017 to introduce scholars to the Anglican-Methodist Union collection of manuscripts which have recently been donated to the Centre. The manuscripts relate primarily to the Anglican-Methodist Union talks of the 1960s and
70s. For further information and to register contact Janet Acutt at: jacutt@brookes.ac.uk