Dissenting Experience Research blog on early-modern nonconformity

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Vanity Fair and the Celestial City

We’re delighted to announce that Isabel Rivers’s new book: Vanity Fair and the Celestial City: Dissenting, Methodist, and Evangelical Literary Culture in England 1720-1800 has just been published by Oxford University Press. You can order the book...

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Seeking Puritan Diaries

I am seeking the diaries of Puritan and Dissenting ministers from 1640 to 1715. Here is an extract from the diary of the preacher, John Westley of Whitchurch, Dorset, recorded as an ejected minister in Edmund Calamy’s...

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Richard Baxter’s Treatises

We are very pleased to announce the publication of The Richard Baxter Treatises: A Catalogue and Guide by Alan Argent, with Boydell & Brewer. The catalogue, with a foreword by N. H. Keeble, comprises a summary of...

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The Oxford Handbook of John Bunyan is out!

We’re delighted to let you know that The Oxford Handbook of John Bunyan, edited by W. R. Owens and Michael Davies is now out. With 736 pages and 23 illustrations, this is a maginificent achievement, and a...

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Études Épistémè and religious studies

The French journal Études Épistémè, dédicated to early-modern European culture, has recently published several issues on religious studies which contain articles on various forms of dissent: 1517, and all that: dating the beginning of the Reformation in...

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CFP: 2019 RSA

Please find hereafter two CfP for the next Renaissance Society Association Conference (to be held in Toronto 17-19 March 2019). The deadline for the submission of proposals is 10 August 2018. Early Modern Anticlericalisms Call for papers for...

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Transcribed Early American Manuscript Church Records Now Online

New England’s Hidden Histories (NEHH), of the Congregational Library & Archives in Boston, locates, digitizes, and publishes rare seventeenth- and eighteenth-century manuscript church records online. We are pleased to announce that over 4,000 pages in our free...

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New Journal: Studies in Puritanism

Studies in Puritanism, a new,  open access journal, has just been launched, https://www.studiesinpuritanism.org/ About the journal: “The results of twentieth-century scholarship on Puritanism are diverse and deficient. In fact, it can be argued the diversity is a result...