Interviewing academics at all levels in order to promote all levels of study on the history of Christian Churches.
Jonathan Edwards and Slavery - Interview with John Lowe
In this episode, we discuss John's recently edited volume 'Jonathan Edwards within the Enlightenment: Controversy, Experience & Thought'. Much of the discussion focuses on his contributed chapter which discusses Edwards and his views on slavery.
Catholics Nuns and Sisters in a Secular Age - Interview with Dr Carmen Mangion
In this interview we discuss Carmen's latest book: Catholic Nuns and Sisters in a Secular age: Britain, 1945-90 - looking at the experience & identity in the post-War era.
Chosen Peoples in the Early Medieval West - interview with Dr Conor O'Brien
In this interview we explore the 'chosen peoples' motif as it is noted in early medieval western thought and experience.
Church, State and Colonialism in Southeastern Congo, 1890-1962: Interview with Dr Reuben Loffman
In this interview, we talk to Dr Reuben Loffman about his EHS Prize short-listed monograph on the Congo. With this research, Dr Loffman investigates the relationship between Church and State in the colonial empire.
Anti-Catholicism in Imperial Britain: Interview with Dr Geraldine Vaughan
An interview with Dr Geraldine Vaughan talking about her upcoming monograph on Anti-Catholicism in Imperial Britain. We discuss the historical actors involves in anti-Catholicism and the contexts of anti-Catholicism in Britain.
Converting Britannia in the Age of Wilberforce: Interview with Dr Gareth Atkins
In this episode, we interview Dr Gareth Atkins about his monograph 'Converting Britannia' published in 2019. Shortlisted for the EHS prize, this monograph analyses public religion in the 'Age of Wilberforce'.