IHR Seminars: Religious History of Britain, 1500-1800, Autumn 2011

Religious History of Britain 1500-1800
Convenors: David Crankshaw (KCL), Liz Evenden (Brunel University), Kenneth Fincham (University of Kent), Andrew Foster (University of Kent), Tom Freeman (University of Sheffield), Susan Hardman Moore (University of Edinburgh), Arnold Hunt (British Library), Nicholas Tyacke (UCL), Brett Usher (University of Reading)

Venue: As announced below
Time: Tuesday, 5.00pm

Autumn Term 2011

4 October
Mark Parry (Oundle school), Episcopal responses to anti-Arminianism in the parliaments of 1624-9
Venue: Room ST275, Stewart House, 2nd floor

18 October
Richard Foster (Oxford University), Excommunication and the civil magistrate: Anglican ideas about spiritual jurisdiction, c. 1640-60
Venue: Room ST275, Stewart House, 2nd floor

1 November
Joel Halcomb (Cambridge University), Baptism and communion: puritan communities in conflict and cooperation 1636-59
Venue: Room ST275, Stewart House, 2nd floor

15 November
Ceri Law (Cambridge University), Edwardian Cambridge and the public promotion of Protestantism
Venue: Room ST275, Stewart House, 2nd floor

29 November
Thomas S. Freeman (Cambridge University), One survived: Katherine Parr and heresy hunting in the court of Henry VIII
Venue: Room STB5, Stewart House, Basement

13 December
Victor Houliston (University of the Witswatersrand), Robert Persons’s correspondence network: Persecution and politics?
Venue: Holden Room 103, Senate House, South block, 1st floor

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