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Nonconformist attitudes to war and peace in the long twentieth century

September 16, 2016 - September 17, 2016

RemembraTwo day conference at Friends House, Euston Road, London – opposite Euston station – on Friday 16.9.2016 and Saturday 17.9.2016

Cohosted by ADHSCL and the Chapels Society

All are welcome to come
Registration fee £23 per day to include a sandwich lunch and all refreshments during the conference.
Full programme hereFlyer here

To reserve a place please send a cheque for £46 (both days) or £23 (one day) with your name, address, telephone number or email address and any dietary requirements to Pauline Johns, Secretary, ADHSCL, 1 1 Ashwick Close, Caterham, CR3 6BY

The speakersFriday 16.9.2016

10am: John Ellis “The warmongering pacifist: a family story”

11.30am: David Seymour “The colleges of Mansfield Road, Oxford in the Great War”

1.30pm: Dr. Neil E. Allison “Padre Ernest Lodge Wilson (1878 – 1951) and military chaplaincy during World War One”

2.30pm: Dr. Andrew Chandler “Dictatorship, Exile and Protest, British Christianity and the experience of German pastors and congregations in Britain 1933 – 1945”

3.30pm: ADHSCL AGM

4pm: Dr. Anne C. Brook “From Pride in the Living to Commemorating the Dead: Rolls of Honour in the First World War”

Saturday 17.9.2016

10am: Judith James “Strict Baptist Reactions to war 1914 – 1919”

11.30am: Professor Clyde Binfield “Salute to the holiest: Lutyens, Free Churches and the commemoration of war”

1.30pm: David Boulton “Conscientious objection among the Quakers in World War One”

2.30: Professor D. Densil Morgan ” Responses to World War Two amongst Welsh Nonconformists”

4pm: Professor Peter Ackers “Who speaks for the Christians? The Great War and Conscientious Objectors in the Churches of Christ: a view from the Wigan coalfield”

Details

Start:
September 16, 2016
End:
September 17, 2016

Venue

Friends House
Euston Road
London, NW1 2BJ United Kingdom
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