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‘Contesting the Church in England c.1640-c.1670’ Conference

‘Contesting the Church in England c.1640-c.1670’ Conference

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‘Contesting the Church in England c.1640-c.1670’ is a day conference on Saturday 21 May 2022 and will take place at the University of Kent. Registration opens at 9.30am; the conference starts at 10am and closes at 5pm.

Anthony Milton will give the keynote lecture, and other speakers will be Ken Fincham, Joel Halcomb, Vivienne Larminie, Giles Mandelbrote, Fiona McCall, Stephen Taylor, Elliot Vernon, Sarah Ward Clavier, Rebecca Warren and David Wykes. Sessions will be chaired by Andrew Foster, Peter Lake and John Spurr.

Refreshments (coffee, tea, biscuits etc) will be available at registration, mid-morning and mid-afternoon. Lunch will not be provided, and there are plenty of places to eat on campus.

Please register below: there is a sizeable discount for PGR students attending.

The final programme will be circulated on 14 May. Those attending online will also be sent a Zoom link that day.

For any questions or queries, please contact Ken Fincham: K.C.Fincham@kent.ac.uk 

The conference is being organised by the Centre for Anglican History and Theology at the University of Kent. The organisers are Ken Fincham, Andrew Foster, Fiona McCall and Rebecca Warren. We are grateful for financial support from the University’s Arts and Humanities division and from Andy Doyle, Bishop of Texas.

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