This scholarly blog offers resources and commentaries for all those sharing a research interest in the history, literature and culture of early-modern British dissent (1500-1800) while promoting collaboration between French and English-speaking researchers. Its purpose is (a) to create an international and interdisciplinary network centralising information on events and seminars, new publications, new projects and grants, professional opportunies, theses in progress... (b) to provide methodological articles and commentaries on the current developments and future of the discipline. It is co-written by Anne Dunan-Page, Michael Davies and Joel Halcomb.
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8 December 2017
REMEMBRANCE AND RE-APPROPRIATION: SHAPING DISSENTING IDENTITIES A Regional Day Conference of the International John Bunyan Society, organized in association with the University...
23 April 2017
Database Launch Dr William’s Library Lecture Hall, 4th May 2017, 4.00pm to 7pm. Plenary speakers: Jeanne Shami and Anne James.
1 April 2017
KEELE UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES Research Associate – The Correspondence of Daniel Defoe (1 year fixed term) Grade 7 Starting salary £32,004 Keele...
1 March 2017
CALL FOR PAPERS: ‘Devotional Writing in Print and Manuscript in Early Modern England, 1558-1700’ University of Warwick, Monday 26 June 2017, Ramphal Building Plenary...