Trinity Term 2014 Religion in the British Isles 1400

Trinity Term 2014
Religion in the British Isles 1400-1700 Seminar
A joint graduate seminar of the Faculties of History and Theology & Religion, University of Oxford
Thursdays at 5pm
The Gibbs Room, Keble College (NB new venue)
1. 1 May
Prof Tiffany Stern (University College, Oxford), ‘“Noted Noters”: Notetakers at Sermons and Plays’
2. 8 May
Sir Noel Malcolm (All Souls, Oxford), ‘Ideas about Islam in early modern England’
3. 15 May
Dr Andrew Foster (University of Kent), ‘Bishops, Church and State 1520-1660’
4. 22 May
Dr Paul Cavill (Pembroke College, Cambridge), ‘The conception of heresy in early sixteenth-century
England: perspectives on the Richard Hunne affair’
5. 29 May
Dr Alasdair Raffe (University of Edinburgh), ‘James VII's multiconfessional experiment: the Scottish
revolution of 1687-90’
6. 5 June
Dr Stephen Roberts (History of Parliament) ‘Welsh church polity and the English state, 1640-1660:
a case of arrested development?’
7. 12 June
Dr Elliot Vernon (Independent Scholar), ‘Of Angels, Evangelists and Epistles – the EpiscopalianPresbyterian debate on the early Church in the 1640s and 1650s’
8. 19 June
Dr Jonathan Arnold (Worcester College, Oxford), 'An Italian cleric on English soil: Polydore Vergil (c.
1470-1555), his Anglica Historia, and English religion'
Dr Sarah Apetrei, Keble
Dr Judith Maltby, Corpus
Prof Diarmaid MacCulloch, St Cross
Dr Sarah Mortimer, Christ Church
Dr Grant Tapsell, LMH