Just a quick post about a couple of in the next fortnight. You’re warmly invited to both.
Paul’s Cross and the Culture of Persuasion in Early Modern England
Located at the epicentre of the City of London, the outdoor pulpit of Paul’s Cross was a key site in the expansion of a popular early-modern ‘culture of persuasion’. Paul’s Cross contributed significantly to the transformation of England’s political and religious identity and to the emergence of a ‘public sphere’ of discourse.
5.30pm, Monday 29th February, lecture theatre 206-220, Arts 1, 14a Symonds Street
Christianity in Xi Jinping’s China
Acclaimed international scholars discuss the context and significance of Protestant and Catholic Christianity in contemporary China
6-7pm, 3rd March, Owen Glenn Building, Case Room 2 (260-057)