Radical Spirituality: the early history of Quakers

Start Date
24th April 2020
End Date
15th May 2020

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Learn about the beginnings of this radical religious group as it emerged in 17th century England, with this free three week online course. With films, discussions, and quizzes, the course covers the exciting and dramatic months of 1652. Follow the course at your own pace in your own time. Suitable for individuals or Meeting groups.

Find out more and sign up at: www.futurelearn.com/courses/quakers or click the button below.

Ben Pink Dandelion is Programmes Leader for the Centre for Research in Quaker Studies. He has responsibility for our postgraduate programmes run in partnership with the University of Birmingham and Lancaster University. He both teaches and supervises postgraduate students in a variety of fields and his own specialism is the sociology of religion. He is a prolific author and editor.

Betty Hagglund is Librarian and Learning Resource Manager and has overall responsibility for Woodbrooke's library and archive. She is particularly interested in early Quaker history and writings.

Stuart Masters is Senior Programme Leader for on-site learning. He coordinates Woodbrooke's on-site course programme and leads courses exploring the Quaker way and its relationship to other traditions.

Ben Wood was recently a Lecturer in Theology & Religious Studies at Leeds Trinity. His interests include, theological ethics, Quaker history & philosophies of knowledge.

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