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Parish Symposia 2003-

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Supported by the

HUMANITIES RESEARCH CENTRE at the UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK


 Since its launch in 2003, the ‘Warwick Symposium on Parish Research’ has been held annually - bringing together delegates from numerous countries, disciplines and non-academic backgrounds: ALL RESEARCHERS WITH PARISH-RELATED INTERESTS ARE VERY WELCOME:

Sixteenth: Parishes & Migration, organized in conjunction with the Marie Skłodowska Curie MIGMED project;
Saturday 12 May 2018, with keynote by Richard Smith - PLEASE SAVE THE DATE, call for participation to follow early in 2018

Fifteenth: 'The Digital Parish' - Saturday 20 May 2017

Fourteenth: ‘Reflecting the Parish’ 2016

Thirteenth: ‘Warwickshire Parishes: History & Legacies’ 2015

Twelfth: ‘Parish Soundscapes’ 2014

Eleventh: ‘Berkswell and Beyond’ 2013

Tenth: ‘Parish Studies Today’ 2012

First-Ninth: 2003-11



Testimonials

‘I wanted … to let you know how influential the symposium was in shaping my own research.’
(Eric W. Nelson, Missouri State University, 2006)

‘An important annual conference on the parish and parish material, insisting upon the
importance of comparative history and interdisciplinary approaches.’
(John Craig, ‘Parish Religion’, in: S. Doran and N. Jones eds, The Elizabethan World, 2011, p. 225)