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Gifford Seminar

This year’s Gifford Seminar will be held online via Microsoft TEAMS, Wednesday 13/10/2021 at 1pm, hosted by Professor Stewart Jay Brown.

Two New College Professors will give reflections on Professor David Hempton’s lecture series so far and there will be time for questions from the *virtual* floor.

Brian Stanley is Professor of World Christianity. His most recent book is Christianity in the Twentieth Century: A World History (Princeton: Princeton University Press) and a few of his other titles include The Global Diffusion of Evangelicalism: The Age of Billy Graham and John Stott and The World Missionary Conference, Edinburgh 1910. He joined the University of Edinburgh in 2009, prior to this he was a Fellow of St Edmund’s College, Cambridge, from 1996 to 2008 and taught in universities in London, Bristol, and Cambridge, and from 1996 to 2001 was Director of the Currents in World Christianity Project in the University of Cambridge.


Professor Susan Hardman-Moore works on the boundaries of theology and history. Professor Hardman-Moore is currently the Principle of New College. Her area includes Early modern religion – in particular, Puritanism in England and New England, and Reformed theology and spirituality in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Her books include Pilgrims: New World Settlers and the Call of Home (Yale: Yale University Press, 2007), and Abandoning America: Life-stories from early New England (Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, 2013).


Please email for the TEAMS link.

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