History of Christianity Research Seminar
Meetings: Thursdays (11-12.30pm)
in Seminar Room C (D/TH107), Dept. of Theology & Religion, Abbey House, DH1 3RS, Durham
This seminar, jointly sponsored by the Departments of History and of Theology & Religion, meets fortnightly to discuss research into all aspects of the history of Christianity, broadly conceived. Meetings are usually followed by an inexpensive lunch.
Staff and students with research interests in any field of the history of Christianity are warmly invited to join the seminar community, and in particular to attend the welcome session. There will also be informal work-in-progress sessions during the course of the year.
To view and download the latest History of Christianity Research Seminar Programme, please click below:
- History of Christianity Research Seminar Programme (2016-2017) (last modified: 8 November 2016)
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- 15 June 2017 11:00: British Sunday Schools in the Era of the First World War 1900-1939 - Catriona McCartney, Durham University
- 1 June 2017 11:00: The Construction of Innocence: Theology and the American Gun Culture - Dominic Erdozain, Emory University
- 18 May 2017 11:00: The Problem of Sin and the Reshaping of Political Vocabulary in England's Peripheries, c. 1550-1650 - Mark Hutchinson, Durham University
- 4 May 2017 11:00: Work-in-progress session - Durham University postgraduates, Durham University
- 9 March 2017 11:00: The vernacular Bible before the English Reformation: six forgotten centuries and why they matter - Nicholas Watson, Harvard University
- 23 February 2017 11:00: The Work of Art in the Church of England, 1660-1840 - Claire Haynes, University of East Anglia
- 9 February 2017 11:00: “The best section of the best branch of the Christian Church”: Dame Rose Macaulay (1881-1958), Author, Public Intellectual, and Anglican Apologist - Judith Maltby, Oxford University
- 26 January 2017 11:00: The cult of St Bernard of Clairvaux in the late middle ages – who owns the saint? - Emilia Jamroziak, University of Leeds
- 15 December 2016 11:00: Work-in-progress session - Durham University staff, Durham University
- 1 December 2016 11:00: A “Pistoian Infection” in Eighteenth-Century England? Tracing the Connection between English Cisalpinism and Continental Catholic Reform - Shaun Blanchard, Marquette University
- 17 November 2016 11:00: “Enlightened” Opportunists: the English Benedictines in Revolutionary France, 1789-1793 - Cormac Begadon, Durham University
- 3 November 2016 11:00: Faiths in War: military religious coexistence in Germany before 1650 - Nicholas Funke, Birmingham University
- 20 October 2016 11:00: Welcome session and introductions for new participants and new research students -
- 12 May 2016 12:30: Archbishop William Sancroft: An Ecclesiastical Life in Letters - Grant Tapsell, University of Oxford
- 28 April 2016 12:30: “We have peace and we have the Gospel”: Creating a godly national church under Oliver Cromwell - Rebecca Warren, University of Kent
- 3 March 2016 12:30: From Sympathy to Hostility: Shifting Attitudes Toward Pagan Wisdom in the Greek East (11th and 12th Centuries) - Joshua Robinson, Durham University
- 12 November 2015 12:30: From exile to integration: the liturgical lives of the English Canonesses of the Holy Sepulchre, c.1642–1829 - Hannah Thomas, Durham University
- 15 October 2015 12:30: What do church-attendance statistics tell us about religion? - David Thompson, Cambridge University
- 25 February 2015 12:30: * CANCELLED * German Values or Catholic Values? German-Americans, the Catholic Church and Resistance to Americanization Between the Wars - Jeremy Bonner, Theology and Religion, Durham University
- 28 January 2015 12:30: The French invention of Anglicanism: John Cosin, the Church of England, and history - Hannah Cleugh, University College
- 21 January 2015 12:30: The king's faith: Catholicism, anti-popery and the Church of England in the reign of James II - Eoin Devlin, Downing College, Cambridge
- 3 December 2014 12:30: World War II, GI Religion and Post-War Revival in the United States - Dr Mike Snape, University of Birmingham
- 12 November 2014 12:30: Peter Lombard's 'Sentences' beyond the University: The Contexts and Uses of 'Filiae Magistri' - Dr Franklin T. Harkins, Durham University
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