METHODIST STUDIES SEMINARS
The Oxford Centre for Methodism and Church History, Oxford Brookes University, and the Manchester Wesley Research Centre have worked in partnership for several years. In 2012, the centres established a bi-annual seminar series that has now extended to include the Wesley Study Centre, St John’s College, Durham University; Wesley House, Cambridge; Cliff College; and The Queen's Foundation, Birmingham. The seminars provide an opportunity for established and emerging scholars of Methodist Studies to present the findings of their research. We conceive of Methodist Studies broadly and aim to provide opportunities for students of history, theology, literature, art, material culture and other fields related to Methodism.
The next seminars will be at the Wesley Study Centre, St John’s College, Durham University on Friday 8 December 2017 and at the John Rylands Library in Manchester (organised by the MWRC and Cliff College) on Friday 20 April 2018.
The Wesley Study Centre is now accepting proposals for 30 minute papers for the December seminar. Abstracts of 150 words should be sent to Penny Bissell: firstname.lastname@example.org by 6 October.
The inaugural seminars were held in April 2012 in Oxford and December 2012 in Manchester, the 2013 seminars in April 2013 in Oxford and November 2013 in Manchester, the 2014 seminars in April 2014 in Oxford and December 2014 in Manchester, and the 2015 seminars in April in Oxford and December in Manchester. The April 2016 seminar was in Durham and December seminar in Oxford. The April 2017 seminar was in Cambridge
Call for Papers
Papers delivered at the seminars can be considered for publication in journals connected to the sponsoring institutions: Wesley and Methodist Studies (Manchester and Oxford), Theology and Ministry (Durham), Holiness (Cambridge).
For enquiries relating to Durham seminars contact Dr Liz Kent: email@example.com
For enquiries relating to Cambridge seminars contact Dr Jane Leach: firstname.lastname@example.org