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Events – Ecclesiastical History Colloquium announced: 22 June 2017

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Dr Jane Platt presenting her research at a previous Colloquium

The programme for the annual Ecclesiastical History Colloquium at Oxford Brookes University has just been announced. The colloquium will meet on 22 June 2017 at Harcourt Hill. The programme is:

NEW BOOKS ON EIGHTEENTH CENTURY RELIGION

2.00 pm Clive Norris Research Associate, OCMCH: The Financing of John Wesley’s Methodism, c. 1740-1800.

2.30 pm William Gibson, Director of the OCMCH & Joanne Begiato Head of the School of History, Philosophy and Culture, Oxford Brookes University: The Church and Sex in the Eighteenth Century

3.00 Peter Forsaith, Research Fellow, OCMCH:  Image and Identity – John Wesley: A study in portraiture

3.30 pm tea

NEW RESEARCH ON RELIGION in the EIGHTEENTH CENTURY

4.00 Matthew Holland, President, Utah Valley University, Utah, USA: ‘Biblical Charity and Public Virtue in the Making of America’

5.00 Jamie Latham, University of Cambridge: ‘A Statistical Survey of Clerical Publishing in the English Short-Title Catalogue, 1660-1800.’

5.30 Michael Breidenbach, Assistant Professor, Ave Maria University, Florida, USA: ‘Republican Bishops in the Atlantic World’.

6.30 pm Buffet dinner

There is no charge for this event, but please confirm attendance to Janet Acutt, Administrator of the Oxford Centre for Methodism and Church History: email: jacutt@brookes.ac.uk or phone: 01865 488455

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