Conference

CONFERENCE UPDATE MAY 2017: 

CFP EXTENDED

We have had a great response to our call for papers for the 60th Annual Conference, and have some very exciting papers lined up for what promises to be a wonderful conference. However the proposals we have received represent a somewhat narrowed focus. We would like to extend the CFP, and invite any further proposals. We are particularly looking for papers on 18th and 19th century British Catholicism, in order to broaden the scope of the conference, but all submissions will be considered. Please email catholicrecordsociety@gmail.com by Friday 19 May 2017, using this link cfp 2017  , or tweet us @CatholicRS.

KEYNOTES CONFIRMED

We are delighted to confirm this year’s keynote speakers. Dr Jan Machielsen (Cardiff University) will be speaking about the intellectual geography of Catholicism; Dr Maria Jesus Perez Jauregui (University of Cordoba) will present an overview of her recent research into the Elizabethan author and scholar Henry Constable; and Dr Alexander Lock (British Library) will be discussing British Catholicism and the Enlightenment.

PAST CONFERENCES

20th July 2015

 

 

2016

The Catholic Record Society’s 2016 conference was held at Murray Edwards College, Cambridge, 25-27 July. Our keynote speakers were Alison Shell (UCL), Mary Heimann (Cardiff), and Alban Hood (Douai Abbey). The programme was a testament to the exciting directions research on Catholics in Britain and Ireland is currently taking. This storify collections all tweets of the papers.

 

2015

Our 2015 conference took place at Downing College, Cambridge, from 20-22 July, for which the conference programme is here. This storify collects all tweets of the papers.

 

 

 

 

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