'Remembering the Parish' - CALL FOR REGISTRATIONS
Webinar to be held on Saturday 7 November 2020, 10 am to 6 pm
The 2020 Symposium of the Warwick Network for Parish Research addresses the theme of remembrance very broadly defined. In five panels dedicated to 'Buildings', 'Communities', 'Records', 'Revolution' and 'Environments', speakers from four countries explore aspects of material culture and natural settings, local commemorative cultures, various types of primary evidence and the long-term repercussions of moments of change from the Middle Ages to the present.
Nicola Whyte (Exeter), 'Remembering the Parish Landscape'
Ian Atherton (Keele), 'Remembering the English Civil Wars in parish registers'
Mary Carrick (Independent), 'A very peculiar parish: Wawne, also Waghen in Holderness, East Yorkshire'
John Craig (Simon Fraser), 'Record keeping and remembrance in early modern London parishes'
Lydia Fisher (Exeter), 'Removed and rearranged: Recovering medieval stained glass from 19thC accounts'
Alexander Hutton (King’s, London), 'Remembering and forgetting the English historic county since 1945'
Fiona McCall (Portsmouth), 'The wickedly wicked times: loyalist memories of the interregnum parish'
Imogen Peck (Warwick), 'Veterans, commemorations and the politics of the parish in early modern England'
Hannah Reeve (Newcastle), 'Perambulation in Yorkshire: Boundary beating in the long eighteenth century'
Michael Roth (Heidelberg), 'Church foundation stones as time capsules in early modern European perspective'
Michael Sewell (Essex), 'Use of siege ruins in Colchester in the long nineteenth century'
Hàìghlèàgh Winslade (Winchester), 'Parish churches in the downland and their connections to the landscape'
Stanisław Witecki (Kraków), 'Recollections of 18thC everyday life in egodocuments of Polish-Lithuanian priests'
Full Programme of Panels and Papers (subject to change) - please disseminate & display
CALL FOR DISCUSSANTS
The Network warmly invites anyone with an active research interest in parishes to join us as a discussant. Rather than a physical face-to-face meeting, this year the Symposium will take the form of an online webinar using the Blackboard software - all you need is a device with an internet connection. For organizational reasons, however, advance registration is required.
All registered participants will receive access details shortly before the Symposium. On the day, the hosts will strive to run everything as simply and smoothly as possible but please bear with us in case of any practical issues. For advance information on how Blackboard works you can check out this introductory video.
TO REGISTER FOR THE 'REMEMBERING THE PARISH' WEBINAR
Please send your name, email and a brief description of related research interests
(to be shared with participants) to My-Parish@warwick.ac.uk -
Registrations will close on 31 October 2020.
For further information mail Beat Kümin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU ON 7 NOVEMBER !
Image Credit: Damian Camenzind, ‘Prospect of Gersau’ (1813). By kind permission of Gersau District Council.
Event contact: Beat Kümin
We gratefully acknowledge the support of Warwick's: