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Publications and Conference Papers

Publications

 
''Revelation and Reckoning: Angels and the Apocalypse in the English Reformation c.1559-1625', in Vol. 45 of Studies in Church History: The Church, the Afterlife and the Fate of the Soul (Woodbridge, Boydell and Brewer, 2009).
 
Review of Charles Zika's The Appearance of Witchcraft: print and visual culture in sixteenth-century Europe (Abingdon & New York, 2007) in Women's History Review 18:3 (July, 2009), pp.514-16.

July 2007: (with Jonathan Willis), Conference Report for the Fifth Warwick Symposium on Parish Research: Challenges to the Parish, H-Soz-u-Kult.
 

Selected Conference Papers

 
'God's dreadfull Angell': Angels and Plague in Reformation England'
Critical introduction to Ulinka Rublack's Reformation Europe
University of Warwick, Newbury Mellon Project Summer Workshop on 'Belief and Unbelief', July 2008.
 
'God's dreadfull Angell': Angels and Plague in late sixteenth and seventeenth century England'
University of York, Reformation Studies Colloquium, April 2008.
 
'Introduction'
University of Warwick, Sites of Change in Reformation England, February 2008.
 
'The Significance of Angels in the English Reformation'
University of Warwick, Newbury Mellon Project One-day workshop: Gender and Belief in the Early Modern World, November 2007.
 
'Revelation and Reckoning: Angels and the Apocalpyse in the English Reformation c.1559-1625'.
University of Leicester, The Ecclesiastical History Society Conference, July 2007.
 
'The Holy Company of Heaven: Angels in English Religious Cultures'
University of Warwick, Renaissance and Early Modern Studies Conference, March 2007.
 
'Angels in English Religious Cultures'
University of Warwick, Postgraduate Interdisciplinary Seminar Series, November 2006.
 
'Angels and Saints in Reformation England'
University of Oxford, Religious Interaction in Post-Reformation England: A workshop, September 2006.
 
'God's Special Agents: Angels and Providence in Elizabethan England'
Barnes Close, Annual Meeting of the European Reformation and Research Group, September 2006.
 
'The Significance of Angels in English Religious Cultures'
University of Warwick, Postgraduate Conference, June 2005.

Angels on screen in St Edmund Church, Southwold, Suffolk.


Roof angel in St Andrews, Isleham.

Angel found at Lichfield Cathedral, c. 800.