What's on archive 2008
Lecture: Associate of King's College14 Jan 2008-17 Mar 2008, 12:00, Room 2B18, Arthur & Paula Lucas Lecture Theatre, Strand Campus
Event series: Associate of King's College
Department: Theology and Religious Studies
Location: Strand Campus
Location map: Strand: detail
The AKC is open to all students and staff, and to apply for election by the College Council as an Associate of the College you must have completed all three years of the course, although a two year dispensation can be given in certain circumstances.
The lectures are also shown as video recordings at the Waterloo, Guy's and the Denmark Hill campuses, on various days each week.
An alternative AKC course is also put on for Theology and Religious Studies students, please see the AKC website for details.
Power & protest: popular and unpopular religion in Britain, c.1500-c.2000
1. 14 January - Dr David Crankshaw
Saints and sinners: the pre-reformation church and popular piety
2. 21 January - Dr David Crankshaw
Henry VIII and the 'Roman Antichrist': the rejection of the Papal supremacy
3. 28 January - Dr David Crankshaw
The creation of a Protestant identity
4. 4 February - Dr David Crankshaw
The 'Beauty of Holiness'
11 FEBRUARY READING WEEK – NO LECTURE
5. 18 February - Dr David Crankshaw
England’s wars of religion?
6. 25 February - Dr Dominic Erdozain
The beginnings of religious tolerance
7. 3 March - Dr Dominic Erdozain
A personal Jesus: the evangelical revival
8. 10 March - Dr Dominic Erdozain
Recovering the sacred: the Catholic revival of the nineteenth-century
9. 17 March - Dr Dominic Erdozain
The twentieth-century: revival and secularization
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