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The Clergy in Early Modern Scotland Conference

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The Clergy in Early Modern Scotland Conference

Friday 12 May 2017 @ New College, Edinburgh

Parish clergy in early modern Scotland were central figures in communicating religious practice and understanding to their parishioners. As the early modern period progressed, priests and, later, ministers had to respond to a variety of changes in theology, socio-economic circumstances, and political processes. As early modern studies has embraced a range of different models of religious, social, and political change—from top-down to bottom-up—the role of the minister remains ripe for further investigation. This one day conference organised by the University of Edinburgh and Newman University, Birmingham, will explore these issues further.

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This event will cost £10, payable on the day.


Conference Programme

9:00: Registration

9:30: Ministry in Early Reformed Scotland

  • Paul Goatman, The Ministers of Glasgow, 1560-1625
  • Steven Reid, Being an Archbishop in Early Reformed Scotland: The Example of Patrick Adamson, 1576 - c.1582
  • Jamie Reid Baxter, “In God is my delyte”: the poet-pastors of Fife 1580-1614

11:00: Tea and Coffee Break

11:30: Ministry in Restoration & Revolution Scotland

  • Jamie McDougall, Degrees of Clerical Conformity: 1662-1669
  • Ben Rogers, Clerical Negotiation and the Reception of Episcopalian Ministers into the Church of Scotland in 1692
  • Andrew Muirhead, Hearing the call (or not); Probationers in the Presbyteries of Dunblane and Stirling, 1690-1707

13:00: Lunch

14:00: The Minister in the Parish

  • Claire McNulty, The Minister, Morality and Material Culture
  • John McCallum, The Protestant Clergy and Poor Relief, 1560-1650

15:00: Tea and Coffee Break

15:15: Clerical Networks

  • Felicity Maxwell, Clerical courtship: Covenant, ‘calls’ and ministerial partnership in the letters of John and Dorothy (Moore) Dury, 1641-45
  • Kelsey Williams, Priests and Scholars: The Catholic Mission and Enlightened History

16:15: Roundtable

17.00: Close

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