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Lendrum Lecture: Bishop Tunstall & Durham's Response to the Reformation

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Bishop Cuthbert Tunstall and Durham’s Response to the Reformation

By Dr Elizabeth Biggs (Lendrum Priory Library Visiting Fellow, Durham Residential Research Library)

Lendrum Priory Library Fellow Lecture, presented as part of the Ushaw Lecture Series

This lecture is free of charge and is open to the public (but please book a place, by clicking on "Register" above).

The lecture is organised by the Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies and the Centre for Catholic Studies, Durham University, in conjunction with Ushaw College.

Programme for the evening (all at Ushaw)

  • 17.30 Drinks reception in the Refectory
  • 18.00 Lecture in the Exhibition Hall
  • 19.15 Close

Getting there

There will be a minibus transporting people to the lecture from Durham City - for those who don't have their own transport. To book a place on the minibus, please register by clicking on 'Register' above as normal and selecting the 'with transport' option.

  • Outward journey: Depart Durham Students Union (New Elvet, Durham City) at 5pm
  • Return journey: Depart from main entrance of Ushaw at 7.30pm, returning to the Students Union with a stop at North Road on the way

If you need help with transport from a different location, please contact us.

For directions, please see the Ushaw website.

About the Ushaw Lecture Series

The Ushaw Lecture Series celebrates the cultural and research significance of the remarkable bibliographical, archival and material-cultural collections at Ushaw, and the wider history of which they are expressions. The lectures cover music, art, drama, poetry and literature, architecture, material-culture, politics, science and theology.



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