Reading Dissent and Dissenting Readers in the Reformation World, 1500-1800 is a major multi-disciplinary and international conference which seeks to investigate the multifarious ways reading proved vital, or potentially fatal, to the everyday lives of Puritans, Dissenters and/or Nonconformists, both to themselves, their households, wider communities and churches during the Long Reformation, 1500-1800.
Online hotel booking is now closed. If you need to organise and book accommodation for the conference, please contact Katie Aske ([email protected])'.
2. Student/Postgraduate/unwaged – Conference Dinner
2. Student/Postgraduate/unwaged – Hotel Accommodation
Dr Katherine Aske
Day one of the conference will be hosted at Newcastle Cathedral https://newcastlecathedral.org.uk/