Author: Anne Page

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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...

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Religion and radicalism in Western Culture, 1700 to present

The History Research Centre at Manchester Metropolitan University, in conjunction with the Centre for the Study of Apocalyptic and Millennial Movements, invites submissions for a one-day symposium on “Religion and Radicalism”, to be held on Wednesday July...

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IJBS Regional Day Conference, Loughborough 2019

HONEST LABOUR:  EXPORING THE INTERFACE BETWEEN WORK AND NONCONFORMITY We are delighted to announce the CFP for the 2019 Day Conference of the IJBS that will take place this year at Loughborough University on Friday 5 April...

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Lived religion on the net

I’ve recently come across this CFP from the French online journal Reset, https://journals.openedition.org/reset/872 on religious practices and the internet, which comes back to some issues I was addressing before on this blog on the use of ‘lived...

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Lived Religion seminar at Aix-Marseille

See our research blog on https://britaix.hypotheses.org/ for up-to-date information.Follow us on Twitter @Brtiaix17_18 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....

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Is there a history of lived religion ?

Writing various chapters and introductions recently made me realise how difficult it is to determine what historians in general, and early modern historians in particular, mean by ‘lived’ religion. While French sociologists would immediately recognize contributions such...

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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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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...