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Heart Religion

21 May 11

The School of English and Drama, Queen Mary, University of London, and Dr Williams's Library have been funded to conduct research on dissent and education as part of the Religion and Society Programme (click here to read more) and they are organising this event in London.

Programme

10.30am Registration and coffee

10.50am Welcome

11–11.45am Lecture 1

‘How Novel was Evangelical Heart Religion? The Evidence of Communion Hymns, 1690 to 1750’
Professor John Coffey (Leicester)
11.45am–12pm Discussion

12–12.45pm Lecture 2

‘Dreaming and Emotion in Eighteenth-Century Heart Religion’

Professor Phyllis Mack (Rutgers)

12.45–1pm Discussion

1–2pm Sandwich Lunch

2–2.45pm Lecture 3

‘Inward Religion and its Dangers in the Evangelical Revival’
Professor Isabel Rivers (Queen Mary)
2.45–3pm Discussion

3–3.45pm Lecture 4

‘The Deathbed Piety of Evangelical Nonconformists in the Nineteenth Century’
Professor David Bebbington (Stirling)

3.45–4pm Discussion

4–4.45pm Tea

Attendance is free but limited to 80 places. Registration is required.

Please email the details specified below to: conference@DWLib.co.uk

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http://www.english.qmul.ac.uk/drwilliams/events/c2011.html

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