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Symposium News – Hosted by ACU and Deakin University funded by the Religious History Association of Australia

Posted by on December 8, 2021 in Conferences, Members/Contributors News & Posts, News | Comments Off on Symposium News – Hosted by ACU and Deakin University funded by the Religious History Association of Australia

Symposium News – Hosted by ACU and Deakin University funded by the Religious History Association of Australia

Intellectual authority and its changing infrastructures in Australian and North American Christianity, 1960s-2010s On 28-29 July, the ‘Intellectual Authority and its Changing Infrastructures in North American and Australian Christianity, 1960s-2010s’ symposium, was held, with financial support from the Religious History Association. The Australian Catholic University and Deakin University acted as hosts and provided further practical and financial support. COVID-related lockdowns in NSW and Victoria meant that the symposium was held primarily...

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Position of Co-Editors for JRH Filled

Posted by on October 21, 2021 in Members/Contributors News & Posts, News | Comments Off on Position of Co-Editors for JRH Filled

Position of Co-Editors for JRH Filled

Journal of Religious History: Appoints Co-Editors The Journal of Religious History is pleased to announce the appointment of both Miles Pattenden (ACU Melbourne) and Sarah Irving-Stonebraker (University of Western Sydney) to the positions of co-editors, alongside Laura Rademaker (ANU Canberra) The selection committee consisted of myself as chair, Katharine Massam, Leigh Penman and Laura Rademaker.     Many thanks to all involved in this process, especially to Kriston Rennie (outgoing co-editor) for his exemplary service. Prof....

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ONLINE Conference, 21st-23rd October 2021 – ‘The Papacy and the Periphery, c.1050-c.1300’

Posted by on September 21, 2021 in News, Uncategorized | Comments Off on ONLINE Conference, 21st-23rd October 2021 – ‘The Papacy and the Periphery, c.1050-c.1300’

ONLINE Conference, 21st-23rd October 2021 – ‘The Papacy and the Periphery, c.1050-c.1300’

A conference organised by the University of St Andrews in association with the University of Glasgow. ‘The Papacy and the Periphery, c.1050-c.1300’ Just 1 month left to sign-up for this online conference organised by Callum Jamieson and Dan Armstrong       Keynotes:   Anne Duggan (KCL): ‘Sicut ex litteris vestris accepimus…Papal rescripta and responsa: the links that bound the regions to the papal centre’ Kriston Rennie (UNBC): ‘“Building up the Body of Christ”: Consolidating Papal Authority in the Eleventh...

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