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Heart Religion – The Dr Williams’ Centre Conference

May 10, 2011

‘Heart Religion’
Saturday 21 May 2011
Dr Williams’s Library, 14 Gordon Square WC1H 0AR

The seventh annual one-day conference of the Dr Williams’s Centre for Dissenting Studies, a collaboration between the School of English and Drama, Queen Mary, University of London, and Dr Williams’s Library

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.
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I shall attend the conference on ‘Heart Religion’
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