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Launch of the Queen Mary Centre for Religion and Literature in English

mburden (7 janv. 2016)

We are pleased to draw attention to the launch of the Queen Mary Centre for Religion and Literature in English, which is a collaboration between the School of English and Drama and the School of History at Queen Mary University of London. The Centre's homepage describes it as 'an association of ...

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InvenCaP Blog - The Church Records of White's Alley, London - (2) - Disciplinary Cases and the Interpretation of Non-Attendance Figures

mburden (12 juin 2016)

By Mark Burden In recent times, historians have quite correctly expressed reservations about the wide–spread assumption that a family’s non–attendance at a parish church might indicate their support for dissent. However, little attention has been paid to the opposite premise: that increasing ...

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Dr Williams's Library Lecture and Seminar Series

mburden (16 janv. 2016)

All readers are invited to attend this year's seminars and lectures at Dr Williams's Library (Gordon Square, London), which will be as follows: Wednesday 20th January, 2016 5:15pm–6:45pm: Seminar: Philip Henry and the restoration of the Church of England, 1660-61. (David Wykes, Dr Williams’s ...

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A bit of publicity!

Page, Anne (7 juil. 2013)

Hypotheses.org, which we are using for this blog, was mentioned at the JISC Collections/OAPEN Foundation international conference at the British Library last week (on open access to HSS monographs). Plenary speaker Jean-Claude Guédon singled it out as one of the exciting tools for scholars to ...

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CFP: 500 Years of Reformation and New Time: 1517-2017

Page, Anne (29 janv. 2015)

St. Petersburg Polytechnic University St. Petersburg State University Leibniz  Universität Hannover Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg St.Petersburg society of German classical philosophy St.Petersburg Nicolai Cusanus society St.Petersburg Martin Luther society April 16 - 19, ...

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International John Bunyan Society Conference - 6-9 July 2016

mburden (5 juil. 2016)

This is a reminder that the Eighth Triennual Conference of the International John Bunyan Society, 'Voicing Dissent in the Long Reformation', is taking place 6-9 July 2016 at Aix-Marseille University and La Baume Conference Centre. Further details of the conference are available on the International ...

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Friends of Dr Williams's Library 2014 Lecture

Page, Anne (1 oct. 2014)

The 2014 Lecture will be delivered at 5.30pm on 13 November 2014 in the Lecture Hall, Dr Williams’s Library, 14 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0AR. All are welcome. To book a place, please email conference@dwlib.co.uk. ‘Revisiting Religion and the British Soldier in the First World War’ by Dr ...

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New England Beginnings - Francis J. Bremer

mburden (28 juin 2016)

'New England Beginnings' is a partnership to encourage and promote activities that commemorate the cultures that shaped early New England.  The activities focused on are designed to 1) tell the stories of the region in the seventeenth century to a wide, general public audience and 2) enhance ...

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Early-modern dissent and visual culture

Page, Anne (7 juil. 2013)

As Michael, Joel and I are little by little filling up the pages of this blog, we realize how little suitable material there seems to be out there to use to illustrate it. Of course, portraits of ministers are not exactly lacking, nor are manuscript pages that institutions would allow us to use for ...

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'Amsterdamnified!' - A Web Resource

mburden (7 juin 2016)

The 'Amsterdamnified!' project website is now available, containing an account of the project and a research blog: http://amsterdamnified.dutchdissenters.net/wp/ 'Amsterdamnified!' is an SSHRC-funded research project (2015-2020). Its full title is 'Religious Dissenters, Spiritualist Ideas and Urban ...

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