The Friends of Senate House Library present an evening of Reformation recital and performance with Joanna David, Nickolas Grace and David Robb. Hosted by Professor Tom Healy.
27 June 2017
Professor Tom Healy, Joanna David, Nickolas Grace and David Robb.
Submission deadline: 30th June 2017 Symposium Date: 6th December 2017 Senate House Library is calling for papers on research around the Reformation and its effect on culture, communication, society and new world order, through the spectrum of London and the wider British Isles, for presentation at a 1 day symposium taking place early December 2017. This symposium will close the events programme for the exhibition Reformation: Shattered World, New Beginnings, held at Senate House Library from 26th June – 15th December 2017.
30 June 2017
Call For Papers Only
BBC Proms star vocal ensemble, I Fagiolini, perform a unique, specially selected arrangement exploring the impact of the Reformation on music.
13 July 2017
LAST MINUTE DISCOUNT PRICES AVAILABLE! - Half Price! Historian, author and broadcaster, Suzannah Lipscomb, gives our season’s keynote address exploring the four key themes of the exhibition.
24 August 2017
Dr Suzannah Lipscomb
European Perspectives on the English Reformation in the Eliot-Phelips Collection. A postgraduate and early career researcher workshop organized by Institute of Modern Languages Research, Senate House Library, the Institute of English Studies and University College London.
20 September 2017
Dr Alexander Samson
Best selling author Philippa Gregory in conversation about her work and women's experiences of the Reformation with Professor Christopher Cook. Discount tickets available now!
28 September 2017
Philippa Gregory, Professor Christopher Cook
Join the Friends of Senate House Library as they discuss The Book of Common Prayer, led by Professor Tom Healy.
29 November 2017
Professor Tom Healy
Senate House Library is hosting a half-day symposium on the Reformation and its effect on culture, communication, society and new world order, through the spectrum of London and the wider British Isles.
6 December 2017