Talking with... Professor Catherine Rider
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2w ago
In this episode, we talk with ⁠Professor Catherine Rider ⁠(University of Exeter) about her recent research and public outreach. Catherine Rider's recently co-edited the book ⁠Magic in Malta: Sellem bin al-Sheikh Mansur and the Roman Inquisition, 1605⁠ (2022). She is also the author of numerous books and articles, including ⁠Magic and Religion in Medieval England ⁠(2012) and ⁠Magic and Impotence in the Middle Ages⁠ (2006 ..read more
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Talking with... Professor Craig Harline
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2M ago
In this episode, we talk with Professor Craig Harline (Brigham Young University) about his recent research and how to start on a new research project. Craig Harline's most recent book is A World Ablaze: The Rise of Martin Luther and the Birth of the Reformation (OUP). He is the also author of numerous other books, including Miracles at the Jesus Oak and A Bishop's Tale: Mathias Hovius Among His Flock in Seventeenth-Century Flanders ..read more
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Talking with... Professor David Maxwell
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by Ecclesiastical History
3M ago
In this episode we speak with Professor David Maxwell (University of Cambridge) about his research on African Christianity, the advantages of visiting fellowships, and how to get editorial experience in academia. To read more about David Maxwell's research, see his latest book, entitled ⁠Religious Entanglements.  Central African Pentecostalism, the creation of cultural knowledge, and the making of the Luba Katanga⁠ (2022 ..read more
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Talking with... Professor Alexandra Walsham
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3M ago
In this episode, we talk with Professor Alexandra Walsham (Cambridge) about her recent research, how to prepare for the job market after doing a PhD, and how to write an impactful academic article. Alexandra Walsham's most recent book Generations: Age, Ancestry and Memory in the English Reformations is now available from Oxford University Press ..read more
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Women, Dance and Parish Religion with Dr Lynneth Miller-Renberg
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3M ago
In this episode, we chat with Dr Lynneth Miller-Renberg about gendered conceptions of dance within parish churches in late medieval and early modern England. This topic is discussed in more detail in her upcoming monograph: 'Women, Dance and Parish Religion in England 1300-1640 ..read more
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Talking with... Alexandra Walsham
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by Ecclesiastical History
5M ago
In this episode, we talk with Professor Alexandra Walsham (Cambridge) about her recent research, how to prepare for the job market after doing a PhD, and how to write an impactful academic article. Alexandra Walsham's most recent book Generations: Age, Ancestry and Memory in the English Reformations is now available from Oxford University Press ..read more
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Talking with... Emeritus Professor Katy Cubitt
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by Ecclesiastical History
6M ago
In this episode, EHS president Emeritus Professor Katy Cubitt (University of East Anglia) describes what it's like to be president of a learned society and the importance of becoming an active member of societies for early career researchers ..read more
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Talking with... Professor Mary Heimann
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6M ago
In this episode, we chat with Professor Mary Heimann (Cardiff University) on tips for public speaking and academic publishing. Professor Heimann is a Professor of Modern History, with particular expertise in Czechoslovakia, English Catholicism and Communist-Catholic relations during the Cold War. She founded and currently directs Cardiff's ⁠Central and East European Research Centre⁠ and ⁠Czechoslovak Special Collection⁠. You can read more about her research in her publications: Catholic Devotion in Victorian England (Oxford University Press), ‘Christianity in Western Europe fro ..read more
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Talking with... Dr David Parry
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7M ago
In this episode we speak with Dr David Parry (University of Exeter). Dr Parry's research focuses on early modern Puritan writers. In this episode, he speaks to us about his current project entitled ‘Writing Religious Conflict and Community in Exeter 1500–1750’ (ReConEx) and gives advice for early career researchers on how to become part of a large-scale project in academia. You can learn more about Dr Parry's research in his recent book, The Rhetoric of Conversion in English Puritan Writing from Perkins to Milton ..read more
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Talking with... Katy Cubitt
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8M ago
In this episode, Prof Katy Cubitt describes what it's like to be president of a learned society and the importance of becoming an active member of societies for early career researchers. If you would like to join the EHS council, please email Dr Jacqueline Rose for more information at jer9@st-andrews.ac.uk by 5 July 2023 ..read more
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