A One-Day Postgraduate Conference
Friday 15 July 2011
University of Sheffield
Registration closes Monday 11 July 2011.
The organisers are pleased to announce this one-day conference to showcase the work of postgraduate and early career researchers whose studies into early modern Europe and European colonies relates to communities.
The aim of this conference is to explore the concepts and discussions relating to European communities and individuals across a broad range of contexts.
– A Study of Ritual Practices and Special Deposits in Vernacular Housing from the Post-Medieval Period in England
– Reformation Pamphlets: Transforming Individualism into Sectarianism
– Individual preachers and the role of religion in the formation of black community in eighteenth-century Nova Scotia and New Brunswick
A full timetable of the day’s papers and registration information can be found at http://www.shef.ac.uk/archaeology/conferences/communities.html
The organisers hope to foster an atmosphere of constructive debate and feedback between presenters and delegates. For this reason all are welcome.
Please email Shannon M. Kennedy if you have any queries.
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