Britaix 17-18 - Seminar on the early-modern anglophone world (Aix-Marseille University, LERMA, UR 853) Blog

Conference announcement

LERMA-QMCRLE conference Lived Religion in Europe 1500-1800: Individual and Communal Practice 15-16 October 2021, online (via Zoom)   Since 2017, the Centre for the English-Speaking World (LERMA) at Aix-Marseille Université and the Centre for...

Jean Viviès on the English Novel

Our colleague Prof. Jean Viviès has taken part in a four-part programme by France Culture, entitled Il était une fois le roman. Episode one, Made in England, retraces the origins and particularities of the...

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Pastoral Care, Literary Cure and Religious Dissent

BRITAIX is delighted to announce that Alison Searle and Emily Vine (University of Leeds) will present the AHRC-funded research project ‘Pastoral Care, Literary Cure and Religious Dissent: Zones of Freedom in the British Atlantic...

A new publication from the Lived Religion Group

We are delighted to announce the publication of: Reconstructing early-modern religious lives: the exemplary and the mundane co-edited by Anne Dunan-Page, Laurence Lux-Sterritt and Tessa Whitehouse in the latest issue of E-rea, https://journals.openedition.org/erea/10058

OUR NEW PROGRAMME 2019 -2020

Times: 16.30 -18.30,  room 2.44,  Maison de la Recherche, campus ALLSH 29 Av. Robert Schuman, 13621 Aix-en-Provence  The podcasts of our sessions are available here. 23 September 2019    Conference by John Mullan (University College London): ...

New publication

The seminar is pleased to announce the publication of ‘The World of Seventeenth-Century English Dissenter.  Piety, Theology, Heterodoxy’, in Etudes Episteme 35 (2019).  With an introduction and edited by Paula Barros, Anne Dunan-Page and...

The Lived religion of English Catholics

  On Monday 8 April 2019, the Lived Religion group held a session on ‘The Lived Religion of English Catholics’.  Liesbeth Corens and Emilie Murphy spoke to faculty and postgraduate and doctoral students about...

Next Session: Progress & Literary Genres

Our next seminar session exploring the notion of progress is entitled  ‘Progress and Literary Genres : Redefinition and Evolution of the Novel.’ We are looking forward to welcoming you on Monday 25 March 2019,...

New text online

  During our last seminar session, we heard Mireille Ozoux (AMU), on “Scientific progress and its impact on linguistic thought and literature: the problematics of figurative speech in Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels (1726)”. You...

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