An accessible account of the history of Quakerism from the time when it was a movement setting out to change the world, abolish slavery and promote women’s rights.
A basic overview of the founding story and ideas of Quakerism and how the movement has grown into a worldwide religion of six traditions.
This keynote was delivered by Hilary Hinds at the Borders and Crossings Conference in 2012.
This public lecture recorded at Woodbrooke in 2012, examines the relationship of John Wollman with his families former slaves.
This public lecture recorded at Woodbrooke in 2012, James Proud, a direct descendent of Woolman, talks about the process of writing and editing Woolman’s works.
Gerald Hewitson described his spiritual journey in the Swarthmore Lecture of 2013. Journaling is his primary spiritual practice.
Ginny Wall talks about the place of spiritual practice in our lives at the 2012 Quaker Life Representative Council.
Ben Pink Dandelion presents his talk ‘Open for Transformation: being Quaker’, based on the theme of the 2014 Swarthmore Lecture.
Justin Meggitt talks to us about the history of Quakers and Muslims in the seventeenth century
John Kershner a postgraduate student in Quaker studies presents his thesis topic about John Woolman.