Popes and the Papacy in early modern English culture
The University of Sussex, June 24th – 26th 2013
Confirmed speakers include Peter Lake, Susannah Monta and Alison Shell
Proposals are still welcome for individual papers or panels on any subject associated with the theme of the conference. Suggested topics include:
Literary and pictorial representations of Popes and the Papacy
Pre-Reformation and recusant culture
Diplomacy and correspondence
Art and architecture
Religious controversy/ Theological dispute.
Or any topic related to the theme of the conference.
Papers on the later 17th century are particularly welcome.
The conference will include a tour of the historic town of Lewes, from the scene of the burnings of the 17 Lewes Marian martyrs to the remains of Lewes Priory, one of England’s most important medieval religious houses.
300 word proposals for papers and panels should be sent to Paul Quinn (firstname.lastname@example.org) by March 15st 2013 (extended deadline). Papers should last for 20 minutes. Panels should include three papers.