PROG C colloque  ‘Lived Religion in Europe 1500-1800: Individual and Communal Practice’

vendredi 15 octobre 2021 - samedi 16 octobre 2021

Toute la journée

15 et 16 octobre 2021, colloque  ‘Lived Religion in Europe 1500-1800: Individual and Communal Practice’, via Zoom

 

15 October 2021

 

9.45     Introduction

10.00 – 10.40             The HEX project : On the relationship between history of experience and history of lived religion

  • Raisa Maria Toivo (University of Tampere, Finland)
  • Sari Katajala-Peltomaa (University of Tampere, Finland)

Chair : Laurence Lux-Sterritt (Aix-Marseille University, France)

10.40 – 11.20            Q&A.

11.30 – 11.50             Early Career Researchers showcases

  • Claire Marsland (University of Durham, UK): ‘ “Either none or very simple” : challenging perceptions of Catholic liturgical material practice 1560- 1620’
  • Liam Temple (University of Durham, UK): ‘Encountering Catholicism and Capuchins at Somerset House’
  • Cormac Begadon (University of Durham, UK): ‘A Lived Enlightenment: the  Canonesses of the Holy Sepulchre at Liège, c.1740-1794’.

Chair : Claire Schiano-Locurcio (Aix-Marseille University, France)

11.50 – 12.30             Q & A

 

14.00- 14.40               The Centre for Privacy Studies: ‘Privacy and Lived Religion in the Early Modern Period’ 

  • Mette Birkedal Bruun (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
  • Natacha Klein Käfer (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
  • Søren Frank Jensen (University of Københauns, Denmark)

Chair : Laurence Lux-Sterritt (Aix-Marseille University, France)

14.40 – 15.20             Q&A.

 

16.00 – 16.30             Keynote from A. Walsham

Alexandra Walsham (University of Cambridge, UK): ‘Leaving Legacies: Memory Practices and Lived Religion in Early Modern England’.

Chair: Tessa Whitehouse (Queen Mary University of London, UK)

16.30 – 17.00             Q&A

 

16 October 2021

 

10.00 – 10.40             Lived Religion and Emotions

  • Linda Zampol d’Ortia (Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italy): ‘Consolation and Wonder: Emotional paths to Catholic evangelization in sixteenth-century Japan’
  • Susan Broomhall (University of Western Australia): ‘Living faith in disastrous times: Dutch East India Company men on the coast of the Southland’

Chair: Tessa Whitehouse (Queen Mary University of London, UK)

10.40 – 11.20             Q&A

 

11.30 – 11.50             Early Career Researchers Showcase

  • Francesco Quatrini (University of Belfast, Northern Ireland), ‘Religion in the Early Enlightenment: The Importance of Religious Dissenters for the Seventeenth-Century Political Discourse’
  • Louise Deschryver (University of Leuven, Belgium): ‘Embattled Bodies: Death, the Senses and the Reformation in sixteenth-century Antwerp (1519-1589)
  • Eleanor Hedger (University of Birmingham, UK), ‘Soundscapes of Worship in the Early Modern English Prison’

Chair: Colin Harris (Aix-Marseille University, France)

11.50 – 12.30             Q & A

 

14.00 – 14.40             The MEMOrients project: Lived Religion and Encounters with Islam

  • Charlie Beirouti (University of Oxford, UK): ‘“The most superstitious, credulous, fabulous creatures alive”: John Covel (1638-1722) and Popular Religion in the Ottoman Empire’
  • Samera Hassan (Independent researcher), ‘Muslim Mysticism in Early Modern England: Anglican and Quaker Responses to Hayy ibn Yaqthan

Chair: Eva Johanna Holmberg (University of Helsinki, Finland, and Queen Mary University of London, UK)

14.40 – 15.20             Q&A

 

16.00 – 16.30             Keynote from Kat Hill: (Birkbeck)

Kat Hill (Birkbeck University): ‘Upright repentance: discipline and disorderly lives of early modern Mennonites’

Chair: Anne Page

16.30 – 17.00             Q&A