Dissenting Experience Research blog on early-modern nonconformity

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Lived religion and the book

Lived Religion and the Book A QMCRLE-LERMA Study Day at Queen Mary University of London, E1 4NS Friday 6 December 2019 Room: Scape 3.01  This study day brings together European scholars working on the intersection of religious...

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New Book: Church Life

Pastors, Congregations, and the Experience of Dissent in Seventeenth-Century England Edited by Michael Davies, Anne Dunan-Page, and Joel Halcomb Considers the history and religious culture of seventeenth-century Dissent from the perspective of the kinds of ‘church life’ shaped and experienced...

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Lecture: Archives of Dissent Family

Family, Memory, and the English Nonconformist Tradition at Dr Williams’s Library Friends of Dr Williams’s Library Annual Lecture 2019 Thursday 17th October 2019 5:30 pm–7:00 pm Admission free – Booking not required Family archives reveal the relationship...

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IJBS Loughborough conference, 5 April 2019

The International John Bunyan Society has released the exciting programme of its annual study day at Loughborough University, with plenaries by John Rees and Thomas Corns. HONEST LABOUR: EXPORING THE INTERFACE BETWEEN WORK AND NONCONFORMITY A Regional...

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Error in the age of Thomas Browne

See this new CFP which might be of interest to those working on religious “error” as well: “In 1646, the polymath and physician Thomas Browne published his great work on error: Pseudodoxia Epidemica. He sought to correct...

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EMoDiR’s new Routledge series

The Research Group in Early Modern Religious Dissents and Radicalism is launching its new series with Routlege, https://emodir.hypotheses.org/emodir-routledge-series, a welcome addition on the publishing scence for all scholars working on early-modern dissenting history and literature. “Titles in...