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Religious History of Britain IHR research seminar

Religious History of Britain IHR research seminar

Religious History of Britain 1500-1800

Venue: Wolfson Room II, Institute of Historical Research (Senate House).

NB This seminar takes place in the Institute of Historical Research wing of the Senate House. On arrival at the Senate House from the Russell Square side, turn right for the Institute of Historical Research wing.

Convenors

  • David Crankshaw (KCL)
  • Kenneth Fincham (University of Kent)
  • Andrew Foster (University of Kent)
  • Tom Freeman (University of Essex)
  • George Gross (KCL)
  • Arnold Hunt (University of Cambridge)
  • Nicholas Tyacke (UCL)
  • Lucy Underwood (University of Warwick)

Seminars begin at 5.15pm (NB Rooms may change at short notice, so do check the programme for updates and/or on arrival at the Institute of Historical Research).

For full details visit the IHR website.

Programme for 2019-2020

 Date Venue Speaker & title
15 October IHR Wolfson NB02

  Clive Holmes (Oxford)
'Why Did Bishop Williams Publish Holy Table, Name and Thing?'

29 October IHR Seminar Room N304   James Harris (Oxford)

'Anglican responses to the Act of Toleration in Cornwall and South-West Wales, 1689-1714'

12 November IHR Wolfson NB02   Mark Kirby (York)

'Anglican ecclesiology in woodwork: the reredos in Sir Christopher Wren’s churches'

26 November Lambeth Palace
  John Craig (Simon Fraser)

'William Holcot's books: recantation and repentance in Reformation England'

10 December IHR Wolfson NB02
  Noah Millstone (Birmingham)

'The pope of Ipswich: Samuel Ward’s “godly commonwealth” and its discontents, 1603-41'

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