Researching Quakers: the history of ‘Quaker studies’

10th February 2021 - 10th February 2021
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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£15.00

This is the first of five sessions running throughout 2021 on the processes of academic Quaker research and some of its most recent findings. This first session traces the history of modern academic work on Quakerism starting in the 1870s and coming up to the present day. It considers the changing nature of the work undertaken and the division between work done for other Quakers and that done primarily for the academy.

To find out more about the other sessions in the series, simply click on the links below:

Friends in World War One

A fresh look at the history of Quakers and business

Romance and reality – the life cycle of a PhD

UnPlain Quaker Craft – defying accepted wisdom

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Live talk

Accessibility info:

On the booking form, there is a chance for you to let us know about any accessibility or communication adjustments that will enable you to participate more fully in the course. Closed captions for live sessions may be available upon request; please contact us directly if you require closed captions.

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