SIXTH WARWICK SYMPOSIUM ON PARISH RESEARCH - Saturday 17 May 2008 (all day)
‘Warwick Symposium on Parish Research’ is an annual forum for specialized papers and general discussion on parish-related themes. Contributions reflect a wide range of interdisciplinary approaches to both British and European parishes from c. 1300 to c. 1800.
The programme of this day conference on the European parish c. 1300-1800 features three papers, a comment and plenty of time for discussion on current issues in parish research:
GARY GIBBS (Roanoke College):
'Four Coats for Our Lady: Gender and Saintly Devotion in the Parish of St Stephen, Coleman Street, London, 1466-1542'
CHRISTINE PETERS (Queen's College, Oxford):
'Christocentric Piety and the Parish'
ANDREW SPICER (Oxford Brookes):
'Remembrance, Piety and the Parish in early modern Orléans'
Commentator: WILLIAM J. SHEILS (York)
The fee of £25 (£10 for postgraduates) includes lunch and refreshments. Full programme details and a registration form are available from the Symposium website:
Please forward your registration form (together with a cheque made payable to "University of Warwick") by 28 March 2008 to:
Humanities Research Centre
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL
For further information contact Beat Kümin, Department of History: email@example.com