Other Conferences

‘Reformed theology and conformity in England’s long Reformation’

Trinity College, Cambridge – Junior Parlour

21-22 November 2019

Sponsored by the Cambridge School of the Humanities and Social Sciences and the Cambridge School of Arts and Humanities.

Faith in the Town, 1740-1830, John Rylands Library, University of Manchester, 17 January 2020

Submissions are invited for a one-day workshop at the John Rylands Library, University of Manchester, on Friday 17 January 2020. As part of a three-year project funded by the AHRC, the workshop will focus on ordinary people’s experiences of religion in urban areas between 1740 and 1830. We particularly welcome papers that problematise the connection between urbanisation, industrialisation and secularisation, as well as the methodology of exploring urban lay piety beyond the records left by clergy and the administrative structures of organised religion.

Postgraduate records workshop: Church and State in the Middle Ages, The National Archives, Richmond, UK

This postgraduate records workshop offers attendees a unique opportunity to obtain the skills and knowledge needed to undertake academic research using original records at The National Archives.

The workshop will use original records held at The National Archives. It will focus on ecclesiastical collections and the interaction between church and state, and will equip attendees with tools to help them research ecclesiastical records. During each session you will receive tuition and guidance on a range of archival research skills from our medieval records specialists, and you will also undertake practical exercises involving hands-on document work.

The CIHEC (Commission Internationale d’Histoire et d’Etude du Christianisme) International Symposium, 11-13 June 2019, University of Lyon

The purpose of this symposium is to study the links between religious
history, Church history or ecclesiastical history, and other types of
history (history of knowledge, gender history, global history, digital
history, etc.). It is a question of reflecting on the interest of crossing
the methods and concepts of these different types of history and wondering
to what extent this could lead to a renewal of religious history.

Sixteenth Century Society and Conference (SCSC),17–20 October 2019, St Louis

The SCSC invites proposals for individual presentation submissions and
complete panels for its 2019 annual conference at The Arch Hotel in St
Louis, Missouri. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the society and in
honour of that event the SCSC is returning to the city where it was
established, and its first conference was held. Traditionally papers have
ranged across a range of field: Art & Architectural history; Digital
Humanities; English Literature; French Literature; German Studies; History;
History of Science; Italian Studies;  Spanish and Latin American Studies;

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:Salle du 6e, Maison des Sciences Économiques de l’Université Paris 1, 106 Bd de l’Hôpital, Paris 13e

Keynote speakers:Kirsten Fischer (University of Minnesota) & Nicolas Slee (The Queen’s Foundation, Birmingham).