Lived Religion seminar at Aix-Marseille

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We’re delighted to announce the second year of our “lived religion” programme, in association with Queen Mary Centre for Religion and Literature in English. After a study day in September 2017, we continue our collaboration with a series of three virtual seminars that will take place in December 2018, 2019 and 2020. This year, we’ll explore “lived religion” within the social sciences, more particularly the sociology of religions in France and anglophone countries. Conferences and seminar take place in room 2.44 at Maison de la Recherche, 29 avenue Robert Schuman, unless otherwise stated

Friday 12 October 2018
14h – 16h
« Billy Graham, artisan d’une ‘religion civile’ évangélique aux États-Unis. » A conference by Sébastien Fath (CNRS),
Discussant: Gilles Teulié

Tuesday 4 December 2018
Lived Religion: the Stakes and Limitations of Heritage
A conference by Jodi Cohen (Bridgewater State university), in collaboration with the LERMA research group working on ‘Remanence’

Friday 7 December 2018
14h- 17h : Virtual study day (video-conferencing room)
Lived Religion and Sociology
In collaboration with Queen Mary Centre for Religion and Literature in English

Monday 11 February 2019
Lived Religion and Missionaries in the 18th Century
Maud Michaud (Université du Mans) “Dans l’intimité des familles missionnaires britanniques: la ‘religion vécue’, au prisme des archives manuscrites et photographiques de la Church Missionary Society en Ouganda (1876-1914)”
Gilles Vidal (IPT Montpellier) “Missionnaires en Océanie (XIX-XXe s.) : une galerie de portraits à défaut de typologie”;
Discussant: Gilles Teulié

Monday 8 April 2019
The Lived Religion of English Catholics
Liesbeth Corens (Queen Mary University of London), ‘Confessional Mobility and English Catholics in Counter-Reformation Europe.’
Emilie Murphy (University of York), ‘Making Memories in Post-Reformation English Catholic Musical Miscellanies’.
Discussant: Laurence Lux-Sterritt

Anne Page

Anne Dunan-Page is Professor of early modern British studies at Aix-Marseille University

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