Ecclesiastical History Research Seminar
Meetings: Wednesdays (12.30-2pm) in Seminar Room C, Abbey House, Palace Green
(please feel free to bring lunch)
This informal seminar meets regularly to hear and discuss research in progress in all periods of the history of Christianity.
For further information please contact Professor Alec Ryrie or Professor Stephen Taylor.
To view and download the Ecclesiastical History Research Seminar Programme for this term, please click below:
- Ecclesiastical History Seminar Programme (Epiphany 2014) (last modified: 25 January 2014)
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- 12 March 2014 12:30: Protestant mission and Islam: the case of Seventh-day Adventist missions in the Middle East, c. 1890-1950 - David Trim
- 19 February 2014 12:30: Confession, counsel and scandal in the writings of Hernando de Mendoza S.J. (1562-1617) - Nicole Reinhardt
- 11 December 2013 12:30: The View from an Asbestos Boat: Athanasius Kircher's Iter Extaticum (1660) and the Imagining of a Doubtful Universe - Dr Paul Shore
- 27 November 2013 12:30: ''The Assurance of Things Hoped For, The Conviction of Things Not Seen' John Jamieson Willis and the Mission of the Church, 1910-1947' - Dr Jeremy Bonner, Durham University
- 17 October 2013 12:30: 'Being Evangelical in 18th Century English Spirituality' - Dr Tom Schwanda, Wheaton College
- 1 May 2013 12:30: The Clergy and the “free and voluntary present” of 1661: was it? - Bill Sheils
- 23 April 2013 12:30: Enlightened Bigotry? Liberalism, anti-Catholicism and the response to the Risorgimento on Tyneside, 1848-1870 - Jonathan Bush
- 27 February 2013 12:30: Balancing the Books: English women religious and finance in Tridentine Europe - James Kelly
- 13 February 2013 12:30: From Pan-Protestantism to Anti-Calvinism in Anglo-German Relations, c. 1555-1625 - David Gehring
- 23 January 2013 12:30: “One of the most mysterious matters in the history of the Church”: New Perspectives on the Suppression of the Jesuits - Jon Wright
- 5 December 2012: Ecclesia Anglicana? Some seventeenth century views of England‟s sixteenth century Reformation - Hannah Cleugh
- 30 April 2012 13:00: 'Pole's Piety: The devotional books of a 'lukewarm' cardinal and his friends, ca.1520-1558' - Anne Overell
- 23 April 2012 13:00: ''Struggling to be liberal, yet still bound in the chains of prejudice': continuity and change in popular anti-Catholic ideology in the North East of England,1845-1870' - Jonathan Bush
- 27 February 2012 13:00: 'Clergy marriage and divorce in England c. 1960-1994' - Neil Armstrong
- 13 February 2012 13:00: ''Lively Emblems”: A Seventeenth-century Puritan’s Variegated Approach to Proselytization' - Nathan Parker
- 23 January 2012 13:00: 'Cutting out the Crazy in the English Reformation' - Susan Royal
- 5 December 2011 13:00: 'Ecclesia Anglicana? Some seventeenth century views of England's sixteenth century Reformation' - Hannah Cleugh
- 14 November 2011 13:00: 'The bishop, the dean, his wife and her “brother”: the Geneva gang in Durham' - Diana Newton
- 24 October 2011 13:00: 'Bede and Bishop Acca: dearest friends, or a delicate relationship?' - Clare Stancliffe, Durham University
- 15 June 2011 16:00: Sacred Monarchy, Apocalyptics and the Protestant Ascendancy in England and Scotland, ca. 1580-1610 - Professor Malcolm Smuts, Boston University
- 6 May 2011 13:15: Clothed in Righteousness: The Vestments Controversy and the Beginning of the Anglican Problem - Aidan Hargitt
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