Timetable released for Ecclesiology and Ethnography Conference 2018
The annual conference of the Network for Ecclesiology and Ethnography takes place at St John’s College Durham, 11-13 September 2018.
Centre welcomes first Vann Fellow, Dr Brian Powers
The Michael Ramsey Centre for Anglican Studies is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Brian Powers as the first Vann Fellow.
Series of symposia on Art and the Eucharist comes to Durham
Visual Communion: The Art, Architecture and Craft of the Eucharist
7-8 September 2018, Durham Cathedral and Ushaw College
Chaired by Ben Quash and David Stancliffe
A series of symposia exploring the Eucharist in relation to art, architecture and craft with opportunities to handle and view closely different materials and media.
CFP: ‘From Rebellion to Reconciliation’ Anglican-Catholic relations conference
‘From Rebellion to Reconciliation: Anglican-Catholic Relations from 1569 to the Present - Regional, National, and International Perspectives'
Durham University, 17-19 September 2019
Deadline for abstract submission: 30 November 2018
To mark the 450th anniversary of The Northern Rebellion (or Rising of the Northern Earls), Durham University’s Michael Ramsey Centre for Anglican Studies and its Centre for Catholic Studies, in collaboration with Durham Cathedral, Ushaw College and Palace Green Library, are organising a three-day, multi-disciplinary international conference to consider and review all aspects of Anglican-Catholic relations in the four and a half centuries since 1569, and the direction of this relationship in the twenty-first century.
Centre celebrates end of second year with Michael Ramsey Lecture
The Second Annual Michael Ramsey Lecture was delivered by Tom Holland to a large audience in Prior’s Hall, Durham Cathedral on 13 June.
Recent publications from centre's Associate Director, Prof Mike Higton
Prof Higton’s recent publications include versions of two prominent lectures he gave in 2017.