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‘Parish Pieties’, with Beat Kumin, Andrew Spicer, Gary Gibbs, Penny Roberts, Bill Sheils, and Brodie Waddell.

10/11/2012 in British Isles, France, Media, Podcasts, ritual, devotion and religious change, the clergy


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A podcast introduction to ‘Parish Pieties’, the 2008 Warwick Symposium on Parish Research, with Beat Kümin, and featuring a discussion of different approaches to the theme of ‘Parish Pieties’ by Andrew Spicer, Gary Gibbs, Penny Roberts, Bill Sheils and Brodie Waddell.

‘Communities of the Living and the Dead’: Harold Mytum, ‘Texts and More: Results of Graveyard Surveys in Britain and Ireland’

10/08/2012 in archeology and architecture, British Isles, landscapes and pilgrimage, Media, Podcasts, preservation and memory


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Dr. Harold Mytum (Centre for Manx Studies/School of Archaeology, Liverpool) gives a paper, entitled ‘Texts and More: Results of Graveyard Surveys in Britain and Ireland’, in a morning panel session on ‘Communities of the Living and the Dead’, at the Tenth Warwick Symposium on Parish Research, ‘Parish Studies Today’. Dr. Hannes Obermair (Bolzano Regional Archives) chairs. Recorded Sunday 27 May 2012, at Scarman House, University of Warwick.

Roundtable Discussion: ‘Parish Studies Tomorrow’

10/08/2012 in archeology and architecture, art and imagery, British Isles, drink and sociability, Italian Peninsula, Media, Podcasts, ritual, devotion and religious change, The Alpine Territories


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Dr Jonathan Willis (University of Birmingham) chairs a roundtable discussion, entitled ‘Parish Studes Tomorrow’, at the Tenth Warwick Symposium on Parish Research, ‘Paris Studies Today’. The participants are Dr Joanne Anderson (University of Warwick, History of Art), Kristi Woodward Bain (Northwestern University, Religious Studies), Agata Gomolka (University of Warwick, History of Art), Matthew D. Jackson (University of Warwick, History), and Susan Orlik (University of Birmingham, History). Recorded Saturday 26 May 2012, at Scarman House, University of Warwick.

Martin Crampin, ‘Discovering the visual culture of Welsh parish churches in the modern age’

10/08/2012 in archeology and architecture, art and imagery, British Isles, Media, Podcasts, preservation and memory


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Martin Crampin (University of Wales, Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies) gives the Sunday midday plenary lecture, entitled ‘Discovering the visual culture of Welsh parish churches in the modern age’, at the Tenth Warwick Symposium on Parish Research, ‘Parish Studies Today’. Prof. Beat Kümin (University of Warwick) chairs. Recorded Sunday 27 May 2012, at Scarman House, University of Warwick.

Penny Roberts, ‘Conflict and violence in the French urban parish in the age of the Reformation’

10/08/2012 in drink and sociability, France, Media, Podcasts, ritual, devotion and religious change, towns and urban environment


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Dr Penny Roberts (University of Warwick) gives the evening plenary lecture, entitled ‘Conflict and violence in the French urban parish in the age of the Reformation’, at the Tenth Warwick Symposium on Parish Research, ‘Parish Studies Today’. Prof. Peter Marshall (University of Warwick) chairs. Recorded Saturday 26 May 2012, at Scarman House, University of Warwick.

Chris Dyer, ‘Have historians been too sentimental about the village community, 1334-1540?’

10/08/2012 in agriculture and the economy, British Isles, drink and sociability, gender and the family, households and the domestic environment, Media, Podcasts


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Prof. em. Chris Dyer (University of Leicester, Centre for English Local History) gives the Saturday midday plenary lecture entitled ‘Have historians been too sentimental about the village community, 1334-1540?’ at the Tenth Warwick Symposium on Parish Research, ‘Parish Studies Today’. Prof. Katherine French (University of Michigan) chairs. Recorded Saturday 26 May 2012, at Scarman House, University of Warwick.

Mentalities and Priorities

10/08/2012 in archeology and architecture, art and imagery, British Isles, Germany, landscapes and pilgrimage, Media, Netherlands, officeholding and local government, Podcasts, ritual, devotion and religious change, Scandinavia


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Dr Liz Tingle (University of Plymouth) chairs a morning panel session, entitled, ‘Mentalities and Priorities’, at the Tenth Warwick Symposium on Parish Research, ‘Parish Studies Today’. Papers include:

  • Gabriel Byng (Clare College, Cambridge), ‘How affordable were medieval parish churches?’
  • Dr John Hunt (University of Birmingham, History), ‘Lordship, community and the parish church: A window on medieval “mentalité”’
  • Bart Minnen (independent researcher), ‘The Church of St Martin in Wezemaal, an European centre of the devotion to St Job in the 15th and 16th centuries’
  • Karsten Merrald Sørensen (Aarhus University/University of Flensburg), ‘Account books. A source for the church and community history in the duchy of Schleswig in the 17th century’

Recorded Sunday 27 May 2012, at Scarman House, University of Warwick.

Archives as Evidence

10/08/2012 in agriculture and the economy, British Isles, Media, officeholding and local government, Podcasts, towns and urban environment


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Dr Tara Hamlin (University of Birmingham) chairs an afternoon panel session, entitled ‘Archives as Evidence’, at the Tenth Warwick Symposium on Parish Research, ‘Parish Studies Today’. Papers include:

  • Dr Heather Falvey (University of Oxford, Continuing Education Tutor), ‘Bells, books and the unexpected: discordant notes in early modern parish records’
  • Dr Valerie Hitchman and Dr Andrew Foster (University of Kent, History), ‘The Churchwardens’ Accounts Database Project’
  • Revd Peter Kettle, ‘What’s in that top cupboard? Archival material from Holy Trinity with All Saints South Kensington’
  • Dr Sylvia Pinches (University of Leicester, English Local History), ‘A parish through the prism of an Easter book and tithe records: Ledbury, Herefordshire, 1597-1607’

Recorded Saturday 26 May 2012, at Scarman House, University of Warwick.

Mercy to the Sick and Poor

10/08/2012 in British Isles, drink and sociability, Media, officeholding and local government, Podcasts, ritual, devotion and religious change


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Dr Mark Hailwood (University of Cambridge) chairs an afternoon panel session, entitled ‘Mercy to the Sick and Poor’, at the Tenth Warwick Symposium on Parish Research, ‘Parish Studies Today’. Papers include:

  • Jonathan Kewley (Isle of Man Natural History and Antiquarian Society), ‘Imagine No Overseers…: Some Georgian Parishes not subject to the Poor Law’
  • Paula McBride (University of Warwick, History), ‘Magic and healing in the early modern English parish’
  • Angela Nicholls (University of Warwick, History), ‘Warwickshire parish housing: Mapping provisions for the poor in the 17th century’

Recorded Sunday 27 May 2012, at Scarman House, University of Warwick.

 

John Harper, ‘Exploring the experience of worship in the late medieval parish church’

10/08/2012 in art and imagery, British Isles, literature and the liturgy, Media, music and drama, Podcasts, ritual, devotion and religious change


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Prof. John Harper (Bangor University, School of Music) gives the Friday evening plenary, entitled ‘Exploring the experience of worship in the late medieval parish church’, at the Tenth Warwick Symposium on Parish Research, ‘Parish Studies Today’. Recorded Friday 25 May 2012, at Scarman House, University of Warwick.