Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Apologies for the late notice, but the final deadline for paper
proposals for this year's Ecclesiastical History Society Summer
Conference is THIS SUNDAY: 31 March.

The conference this year takes place in Durham, UK (16-18 July), on
the theme of 'Inspiration and Institution' - and the relationship
between in any period or place within Christian history.

The EHS is always a very welcoming conference for postgrad speakers -
not least because the society offers generous student bursaries!

All details on the website:



All best wishes,


Dr Conor O'Brien FRHistS

Associate Professor (Research)/Solway Fellow in the History of Christianity

Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies/University College,
Durham University

'Empire, Ethnic Election and Exegesis in the Opus
just published; winner of the Ecclesiastical History Society's
President's Prize 2017

'Kings and Kingship in the Writings of
Bede'<https://academic.oup.com/ehr/article/132/559/1473/4801252> -
recently published in English Historical Review

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