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'Decorating the Parish Church in Post-Reformation England': book launch event for this monograph by the late Dr Susan Orlik, featuring introductory talks by Tara Hamling and Jonathan Willis. Book via the link by 5 June (University of Birmingham on Monday 19 June 2023)

COMMEMORtis. What survives after death? Parish Communities and Death Commemoration Strategies in the Medieval City’: conference organized by Maria Amélia Campos with proposals for papers to be submitted by 31 January; for full details click on the hyperlink (University of Coimbra / Portugal, 10-12 July 2023).

Margins and Peripheries’: Ecclesiastical History Society Conference - papers will encourage fresh and creative discussion of Christianity’s past from the perspective of themes, persons and places that historically have been considered marginal or peripheral. Featuring keynotes by Peter Marshall (Warwick, incoming EHS President); Lesley Abrams (Cambridge); John-Paul Ghobrial (Oxford); Mary Heiman (Cardiff). Check link for programme and booking form, with deadline of 16 June (Scarman House, University of Warwick, 18-20 July 2023)

'Reformation Studies Colloquium': bi-annual conference featuring plenary speakers Dr Tara Hamling (University of Birmingham); Dr Graeme Murdock (Trinity College Dublin) and Professor Judith Pollmann (Leiden University). This event will be sponsored by the Liverpool Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies; call for 20-minute papers, panels and roundtables now open - please send a300-word paper abstract and a 100-word biography to by 9 May 2023 (University of Liverpool, 6-8 September 2023)

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Roehampton panel

Beat Kümin (Warwick), Marjolein Schepers (VUB Brussel) & Michael Egger (Bern) presented in the 'Parish Cultures' panel at the German History Society conference (Roehampton University, 3 September 2021)