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On Thursday 22 June, the Oxford Centre for Methodism and Church History will hold its annual Ecclesiastical History Colloquium. This year the Colloquium is being held in conjunction with Brigham Young University’s London Centre and Wheatley Institution. Brigham Young University had supported the travel costs of Dr Matthew Holland, President, Utah Valley University, Utah and of Dr Michael Breidenbach of Ave Maria University, Florida, both of whom will speak at the event.
The full programme is:
Clive Norris Research Associate, OCMCH: The Financing of John Wesley’s Methodism, c. 1740-1800.
William Gibson, Director of the OCMCH, Oxford Brookes University: The Church and Sex in the Eighteenth Century
Peter Forsaith, Research Fellow, OCMCH: Image and Identity – John Wesley: A study in portraiture.
Matthew Holland, President, Utah Valley University, Utah, USA: ‘Biblical Charity and Public Virtue in the Making of America’
Jamie Latham, University of Cambridge: ‘A Statistical Survey of Clerical Publishing in the English Short-Title Catalogue, 1660-1800.’
Michael Breidenbach, Assistant Professor, Ave Maria University, Florida, USA: ‘Republican Bishops in the Atlantic World’.