Early Modern English Sermons: Performances and Afterlives

Event Date: 
02 Nov 2018

University of Sheffield


Registration is now open for the Early Modern Sermons Workshop: Performances and Afterlives, 2nd November at the University of Sheffield. 


The workshop seeks to recentre sermons in literary culture and everyday religious experience, as well as gathering together scholars from different backgrounds and stages of their careers, including postgrads and ECRs.  We welcome participants either working on sermons or who wish to incorporate them into their research, whether that be from a literary, historical, theological or philosophical background.  Confirmed speakers include Dr Emma Rhatigan (OUP Donne Sermons Project), Dr Arnold Hunt (The Art of Hearing: English Preachers and their Audiences, 1590-1640) and Professor Peter McCullough (Sermons at Court). The full program can be found here: https://earlymodernsermons.wordpress.com/blog/  


Registration is £5, and we have a number of free tickets available for PhD students, ECRs and/or unwaged participants. Please register here:  https://earlymodernsermons.wordpress.com/registration/  We also have a number of small bursaries towards travel, for more information on this please contact either Catherine Evans (crevans1@sheffield.ac.uk) or Tilly Zeeman (mz539@york.ac.uk) for further details. 


Mathilde Zeeman (York) & Catherine Evans (Sheffield)

Submission date for papers: 
21 May 2018