News

Postgraduate Bursaries Awarded

We are delighted to announce that we have awarded fifteen postgraduate bursaries for the upcoming conference Church and the Law 2018 held in Cambridge.

The recipients of the bursary are:

Desmond Atkinson (Exeter)

Michele Baitieri (Nottingham)

Dan Cruickshank (Glasgow)

Eloise Davies (Cambridge)

Nicholas Dixon (Cambridge)

Susannah Handley (St Andrews)

Carol Phoebe Kearns (Winchester)

Ross Kennedy (Glasgow)

Samuel Lane (Oxford)

George Morris (Cambridge)

Robert Piggott (Huddersfield)

Medium Ævum Annual Lecture, Meeting and Colloquium - Medieval Life Writing

Join the Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature on Friday, June 29, 2018 at Harris Manchester College, Oxford in celebrating their 60th Annual Lecture - Medieval Life Writing: Principles and Practice. The programme is up and registration is now open. www.hmc.oxac.uk/event/medieval-life-writing-principles-and-practice/

World Christianities Prize by the Journal of Ecclesiastical History

Congratulations to Pedro Feitoza, a postgraduate member of the EHS, who has recently been awarded the inaugural World Christianities Prize by the Journal of Ecclesiastical History, for his essay ‘Experiment in missionary writing: Protestant missions and the Imprensa Evangelica (Evangelical Press) in Brazil, 1864-1892’ 
https://www.hist.cam.ac.uk/news/179-phd-student-pedro-feitoza-wins-first-world-christianities-essay-prize

EHS recognised as Nominating Body for REF2021

We are pleased to announce that the EHS has been recognized as a nominating body for REF2021: specifically for the Theology and Religious Studies Sub-Panel and the History Sub-Panel. We warmly invite recommendations from members for potential names. 

EHS Webmaster and Publicity Officer

We are also seeking a replacement Webmaster and Publicity Officer. This is a paid post of around 100 hours per year and involves website and blog maintenance, publicity via social media and some content creation. While we welcome all expressions of interest, and expert knowledge is not a pre-requisite, this is a post that might particularly suit postgraduate students or early career academics with some experience of online media.

EHS Publicity Secretary

With a view to increasing the Society's profile and growing its membership, the Committee has decided to create a new post, that of Publicity Secretary. Recognizing that while we communicate better with existing members than potential ones, we envisage this as a broad, proactive role with an outward-facing emphasis - and a great chance to play a central part in EHS activities and events.

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