'The Reformed Theology and Spirituality of Music': The First International Conference on Reformation Musical History and Theology is supported by the Centre for Dutch Reformation Studies (CDRS) of the Theologische Universiteit Kampen. We cordially invite researchers to submit proposals which engage with a range of methodologies and perspectives on the Reformed traditions of music in public worship and private devotion. Proposals and brief CVs (max. 100 words) should be submitted to the committee at RMHTconference@gmail.com no later than 15 August 2019 (Enschede, 13-15 May 2020)
'Remembering the Parish': the Eighteenth Warwick Symposium on Parish Research will feature keynote addresses on Germany and England - call for participation coming in the spring (University of Warwick, Saturday 16 May 2020)
'Warwickshire's Changing Past': centenary conference of the Dugdale Society focusing on changes in the subject matter, approaches and interpretations of the history of the county (or parts of the county) since 1920. The organizers welcome proposals for 35-/20-minute papers, which should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by 16 September 2019. These should provide a title, a 100-word summary, and a brief (one page) CV of the speaker. Publication of proceedings is planned; for further information check the society's news page (Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare Centre, Saturday 16 May 2020).
'Cathedrals and Collegiate Churches in the Later Middle Ages and Early Modernity': call for papers on any aspect, from all Christian religious and geographical regions, from the later middle ages to the eighteenth century. Cathedrals and collegiate chapters were and are world-wide institutions and the colloquium wants to examine them in all their dimensions. Paper length will be 20 minutes and proposals from post-graduate students and early career scholars are particularly welcome - please send a 250 word proposal and short (1 page max) CV to Elizabeth.email@example.com (De Montfort University, Leicester, 3 June 2020)
'Reformation Studies Colloquium': invites early career researchers and established scholars to submit proposals for 20 minute papers on any aspect of their research as it relates to history of the Reformation(s); send a short abstract of no more than 200 words, and a brief biography of no more than 100 words, to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 27 March 2020 (University of Birmingham, Edgbaston Campus, Wed-Fri 9-11 September 2020)
For past events and conferences see the Past Events section