2024 Annual General Meeting and Conference, Riga, 3-5 June 2024

Annual General Meeting of the International Commission of Historians of Religion CIHEC,
Riga, June 3-5, 2024

Gender and Sexuality in Christian History

Programme

Venue: The small hall, in the main building of the University of Latvia,

Raiņa boulevard 19 (second floor).

Monday 3 June

13.30 Welcome coffee (room next to the small hall)

14.00 Opening addresses

Valdis Tēraudkalns, (Director of Doctoral Studies in Theology and Religious Studies, University of Latvia)

Jadranka Neralic, President, CIHEC

Dace Balode, Dean, Faculty of Theology (University of Latvia)

14.15 First session (moderator Mikko Ketola, University of Helsinki)

Women as “vicars” and “prelates” in Nazi Prisons and Concentration Camps,

Eileen Groth Lyon (The State University of New York)

14.45 Between ‘Natural Order’ and ‘Reflection of Christ’s Love’. Exploring the Impact of the Dynamics of Gender and Sexuality on Church Credibility in Historical and Contemporary Perspectives (Peter Morée, Charles University, Czech Republic; Evelyn Kästner, Macromedia University of Applied Sciences, Leipzig)

15.15 Gender on the Move: Men and Women on Pilgrimage Routes (Antón M. Pazos, Instituto de Estudios Gallegos Padre Sarmiento (CSIC), Santiago de Compostela)

15.45 Three Companionships in Kata Bethlen’s Life (Jean de Saint Blanquat, Institute for the Study of Religions and Laicité, Paris, France)

16.15 For a Microhistorical Approach to the Crime of sollicittatio ad turpia: the Case of François Bouchot, confessor, versus Denise Brosset, maid (late 17th century) (Caroline Galland, University of Paris Nanterre)

17.30 Reception (auditorium no. 161, ground floor)

Tuesday 4 June

Second session (moderator Riho Altnurme, University of Tartu)

10.00 Premarital Sexuality and its Control by the Catholic Church in Bohemia in the Second half of the 19th century(Hana Stoklasová, University of Pardubice, Czech Republic)

10.30 Till Death do us Part … Marriage Trials in the Czech Lands in the 19th century (Zuzanna Pavelková, Čevelová, University of Pardubice, Czech Republic)

11.00 Coffee break

Third Session (moderator Kristīna Ēce, University of Latvia)

11.30 The Antonian Robe and the Miracle of Purifying the Carnal Desires of a Young Friar (Claudia Varotti, Institute of Medieval Studies (Portugal) and the European Academy of Religion)

12.00 LGBT Rights as a Uniting and Dividing Issue in the Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church after 2010 (Robert Bunder, University of Tartu)

12.30 The Queer Vicar in Berlin. Heribert Jansson and the Complex Negotiation of Emotional and Sexual Attraction in the Cold War Era (Fredrik Santell, Church of Sweden)

13.00 Lunch break

Fourth session (moderator Valdis Tēraudkalns, University of Latvia)

14.00 Education Process in Preparation for Mission as Seen in the Cases of the First Female Missionaries from Latvia(Kristīna Ēce, University of Latvia)

14.30 Funeral Image Making after the End of the Proposal, Camila Marraccini (IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca, Italy)

15.00 Female Clergy During Stalinism in Soviet Latvia, 1944-1953: Processes and Problems, Diāna Hristenko (University of Latvia)

15.30 Coffee Break

16.00 CIHEC Bureau session (auditorium no. 161)

18.00 City Walk (to the historical sights of Riga)

2023 Annual General Meeting and Conference, Prague, 12–14 June 2023

RELIGION AND CHANGE

Religious impulses for societal change and societal impulses for religious reform

 

Commission Internationale dʼHistoire et d’Etudes du Christianisme

Institute of History of the Czech Academy of Sciences (Centre for Research on Ecclesiastical and Religious History)

Protestant Theological Faculty, Charles University

Monday (June 12)

14:00–14:30: Opening addresses

14:30–15:30: Keynote lecture

Hugh McLeod: New Paths to Salvation in 19th and 20th Century Europe. Art, Politics and Sport

15:30–16:00: coffee break

16:00–17:00: Societal, Religious and Thought Changes

Tomáš Malý: The Reform of Piety and the Communication of Religious Sense. Challenges of the Sociology of Religion and Space to the Study of Eighteenth-Century Religious Change

Hartmut Lehmann: The interaction of religious and social change. The case of Württemberg Pietism

18:00: Concert (Musical Journey into the Times of the Bohemian Reformation)

Evening program

Tuesday (June 13)

 

9:30–11:00: Church, Policy and Power in the Premodern Ages

Paul Mattei: L’usurpation d’Eugène et la victoire de Théodose Ambroise de Milan face à une «réaction païenne» avortée? Essai de mise au point

Yvonne Friedman: Holy War and Unholy Peace

Eva Doležalová: The Crisis of Church Administration. Dissatisfied Clerics of the Prague Diocese as an Accelerator of the Hussite Revolution?

11:00–11:30: coffee break

11:30–13:00: Churches, Christianity and Identity in Western Europe

Emmanuel Falguières: Trances and convulsions among “inspired” Protestants in France (1688–1704). When a religious practice becomes a social deviance

Rita Mendonça Leite: Protestantism in Portugal between the 19th and the 20th centuries. A moment of impulse for social and religious change

Antón M. Pazos: Challenges to Religion, Politics and Society during the Spanish Civil War (1936–1939)

13:00–14:00: lunch break

14:00–15:30: Churches, Christianity and Identity in Eastern Europe I

Jiří Just: Die Entstehung der Brüderunität. Eine religiöse Revolte der mittleren Klasse im nachhussitischen Böhmen

Katrin Boeckh: Religiöse Pluralität in der Ukraine als sozio-politischer Faktor

Jiří Hanuš: Political religion in Russia. A challenge to Christianity and cultural history

16:15: Excursion (National Library of the Czech Republic – Clementinum)

Wednesday (June 14)

9:30–10:30: Churches, Christianity and Identity in Eastern Europe II

Rain Soosaar: Impact of Establishing Estonian Statehood on the Secularization Process

Peter Morée: Dreams of Change and Change of Dreams. What we can learn from the story of Czech Christians of the 20th century

10:30–11:00: coffee break

11:00–12:30: Papacy – The Bearer of Stability or the Factor of Change?

David D’Avray: Papal Government. Demand and supply

Jadranka Neralić: Serving the Pope in disastrous times

Emilia Hrabovec: Die Strategien des Heiligen Stuhls und der Katholischen Kirche gegenüber dem kommunistischen Regime in der Tschechoslowakei (1948–1958)

12:30–13:30: lunch break

13:30–15:30: Board meeting

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Venue: Academic Conference Centre, Husova 4a, CZ-110 00, Prague, Czech Republic

Organizing committee: Peter Morée, Eva Doležalová, Vojtěch Večeře

Contact: CIHEC2023@hiu.cas.cz

XXIII International congress of historical sciences, Poznan, Poland, 21–27 August 2022

CIHEC will hold three sessions and the General Assembly in Poznan.

Our sessions and their chairs are the following:

1. Women and theology, Prof. Yves Krumenacker

2. Religion and totalitarianism, Prof. Anton M. Pazos

3. Religious toleration and religious violence, Dr. Mikko Ketola

The participants of the sessions have already been selected except for session 3 where there are 2–3 slots still available.

The detailed programme of the congress will appear later. The home page of the congress is here.

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FROM WORDS TO ACTS:

WRITTEN SOURCES FOR THE RECONSTRUCTION AND UNDERSTANDING

OF DIPLOMATIC NEGOTIATIONS

29 – 30 November 2021

HRVATSKI INSTITUT ZA POVIJEST / CROATIAN INSTITUTE OF HISTORY

OPATIČKA 10 – ZAGREB

 

Croatian Institute of History

Opatička 10, Zagreb, Golden Hall

Monday, 29 November 2021

 

 

09.45:              REGISTRATION

10.00:              WELCOME AND CONFERENCE OPENING

10.10 – 10.25: Jadranka Neralić – Valerija Macan Lukavečki – Nikša Varezić: Project Presentation: „MODERN EUROPEAN DIPLOMACIES AND THE EASTERN ADRIATIC“

10.25 – 10.45: Neven Pelicarić:  Recent Researches in the Vatican Archives: Privileged Experience of an Ambassador

First pannel:

PAPAL DIPLOMACY AND THE ADRIATIC: FROM PATRISTIC AGE TO HIGH MIDDLE AGES

Presiding: Zdenko Dundović

10.45 – 11.05: Ivan Bodrožić : Le origini della diplomazia pontificia e le prime iniziative diplomatiche dei pontefici romani nell’Illirico

11.05 – 11.25:   Stéphane Gioanni: Riflessioni sulla “libertas” dalmato-croata nella documentazione pontificia di Gregorio VII e Innocenzo III

11.25 – 11.45: Josip Faričić: Venice as the Mistress of the Adriatic Sea in the Light of Early Modern Cartographic Sources.

MORNING COFFEE BREAK: 11.45 – 12.00

Second pannel:

15th CENTURY PAPACY – VENICE – OTTOMANS – HABSBURGS

Presiding: Jadranka Neralić

12.00 – 12.20: Luka Špoljarić: Tommaso Tommasini: The First of the Papal Legates for Illyria

12.20 – 12.40: Emir O. Filipović: The Collection “Lettere e Commissioni di Levante” of the Dubrovnik State Archives as a Source for Diplomatic Negotiations in the Fifteenth Century

12.40 – 13.00:   Leonard Horsch: Cultural Practices across the Adriatic – Ludovico Foscarini Governor of Modon 1442–44

13.00 – 13.20: Tobias Daniels: Habsburg Diplomacy between the Roman Curia and the Eastern Adriatic in the Second half of the 15th Century

13.20 – 13. 30: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

LUNCH BREAK: 13.30 – 15.30

Third pannel:

POPES – CHRISTIAN AND OTTOMAN RULERS. MISSIONS AND REFORMS (16th – 17th CENTURY)

Presiding: Emir O. Filipović

 15.30 – 15.50: Zrinka Blažević: Spe promissi praemii: Diplomatic Gifts and Diplomatic Practice of the Habsburg Envoys at the Ottoman Court (1553–1568)

15.50 – 16.10:   Jadranka Neralić: Red Hat for Antun Vrančić: Historical Fact or Family Myth?

16.10 – 16.30: Valerija Macan Lukavečki: Il vescovo Alberto Duymi Gliričić tra curialisti e anticurialisti del XVI secolo

16-30 – 16.50: Josip Vrandečić: Državni potajnik Minuccio Minucci i papini napori za stvaranje velike protuosmanske koalicije na početku Dugog rata (1593.-1606.)

16.50 – 17.10:  Stephan Sander Faes: Elective Affinities: Venice, Vienna, and the Ottomans in Early Modern European History

AFTERNOON COFFEE  BREAK:  17.10 – 17.30

Fourth pannel:

NUNCIOS AND THEIR MISSIONS

Presiding:  Luka Špoljarić

 17.30 – 17.50: Claudia Curcuruto: Written Acts as a Tool of Government of the Roman Curia: The Correspondences between Rome and the Apostolic Nuncio of Vienna during the Pontificate of Innocent XI Odescalchi (1676-1689)

17.50 – 18.10:   Béla Vilmos Mihalik: The Nuncio, the Bishop and the Cardinal. Diplomatic Relations between the Viennese Court and the Holy See before the Treaty of Karlowitz (1696-1699)

18.10 – 18.30:   Nikša Varezić: Buon ragione di Stato e la politica divina et humana non deve permettere ne comportare: Relations between the Church and the State on the Example of the Violation of Church Immunity in Dubrovnik in 1662.

18.30 – 18.45:   QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

DINNER : 19.00

Croatian Institute of History

Opatička 10, Zagreb, Golden Hall

Tuesday, 30 November 2021

Fifth pannel:

„A TIME FOR WAR AND A TIME FOR PEACE … A TIME TO BE FREE“

Presiding: Josip Vrandečić

10.00 – 10.20: Zdenko Dundović:  Uloga nadbiskupa Zmajevića u izboru dalmatinskih biskupa u 18.st.

10.20 – 10.40: Alexander Buczynski: The British Secret Military Mission to Vienna in 1748

10.40 – 11.10: Slavko Burzanović – Boban Batričević: Pregovori Svete Stolice i Knjaževine Crne Gore o sklapanju Konkordata 1886. godine

11.15 – 12.15:                                          Book launch:

Ivo Goldstein presenting:

Boban Batričević, U kandžama jevrejske aždaje.
Antisemitska propaganda u Crnoj Gori u Drugome svjetskom ratu
, Cetinje, FCJK, 2021.

 

Ivica Šute presenting:

Stipe Kljaić (prir.), Milivoj Magdić, U vučjoj jami.

Hrvatska politika od Supila do Tita, Zagreb, Hrvatski institut za povijest, 2021.

 

Jadranka Neralić presenting:

Stéphane Gioanni, Gouverner le monde par l’écrit.

L’autorité pontificale en Dalmatie de l’Antiquité tardive à la réforme « gregorienne ».

École française de Rome, 2020.

 

MORNING COFFEE BREAK : 12.15 – 12.30

Sixth pannel:

POSTWAR DIPLOMACY

Presiding: Nikša Varezić

12.30 – 12.50:  Andreas Gottsmann: Irredentismo come problema della diplomazia tra Roma e Vienna

12.50 – 13.10: Branko Kasalo: Odnos britanske diplomacije prema talijanskim zahtjevima na Jadranu poslije Prvog svjetskog rata

13.10  – 13.30: Stipe Kljaić: Mihailo Lanović Professor of Law at the University of Zagreb in the Diplomatic Negotiations between the Holy See and Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes

13.30 – 13.50: Massimiliano Valente: “Pio XII and Tito: Irreconcilable Diplomacy in Wartime and Post-War Time”

13.50 – 14.30: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. CONCLUSIONS

LUNCH : 14.45

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Colloque international de la CIHEC (Commission Internationale pour l’Histoire et l’Etude du Christianisme), Lyon, 11-13 juin 2019

Histoire religieuse et autres types d’histoire

Université Lyon 3, 18 rue Chevreul

Mardi 11 juin

Salle 314

9h : Ouverture du colloque par Peter Wirtz (Vice-président recherche de l’Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3), Yves Krumenacker (Vice-président français de la CIHEC, Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3), Anders Jarlert (Président de la CIHEC, Lund University)

Histoire religieuse de la période communiste

9h30 : Vaida Kamuntavičienė (Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lituanie), « Microhistorical Approach to the Church History: Secret Life of the Sisters of St. Catherine in Soviet Lithuania in the Years 1949–1988 »

10h : Gabriel Peter Hunčaga (Comenius University, Bratislava), « Religious History as “New” History in Post-Communist Historiography Following the Example of History of Religious Orders in the Middle Ages in Slovakia after 1989 »

10h30 : Petra Kuivala (University of Helsinki), « Catholicism and Religious Agency : New Perspectives to the Cuban Revolution »

11h : Discussions

Marges du christianisme

11h30 : Martin Nykvist (Lund University, Suède), « Esoteric Lutherans. How the Modern Spiritualist Movement Shaped the Church Sweden »

Histoire du sport et histoire religieuse

12h : Hugh McLeod (University of Birmingham), « Religious History and Sports History »

12h30 : Discussions

Salle 201

Histoire transnationale, histoire globale et histoire religieuse

Salle 202

Histoire économique et histoire religieuse

14h : Paulo Fontes (Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Lisbonne), « Histoire religieuse et histoire globale au Portugal: un bilan des 30 dernières années » 14h : Marion Deschamp (Université de Lorraine), « Profession : pasteur. Le nouveau clergé protestant entre vocation religieuse et statut économique (St Empire, 1520-1550) »
14h30 : Riho Altnurme (University of Tartu, Estonie), « Transnational history as a tool for church history – uniting the histories of small nation’s churches » 14h30 : Alexis Darchis (Université Lumière Lyon 2), « La restauration des fabriques : l’expérience des fabriques intérieures et extérieures (1803-1809) »
15h : Claude Prudhomme (Université Lumière Lyon 2), « Réflexions à partir d’un itinéraire en histoire de la diffusion du christianisme hors d’Europe » 15h : Discussions
15h30 : Hartmut Lehmann (Universität Kiel), « Some of the problems in writing a Global History of Modern Christianity »

Histoire du livre et histoire religieuse

15h15 : Sophie Alix Capdeville (Université de Jyväskylä), « Histoire de la culture écrite saamie en Finlande à une époque charnière de la formation de la Nation »

16h : Discussions 15h45 : Discussions

Histoire de la justice et histoire religieuse

Histoire numérique et histoire religieuse

16h45 : Anne Bonzon (Université Paris 8), « Le curé, instance de médiation pour les conflits du quotidien (XVIIe-XVIIIesiècles) » 16h15 : Katharina Kunter (Universität Giessen, Éditrice de “Global History of Christianity”), « A new methodological approach or just a useful tool? Church History and Digital History »
17h10 : Isabelle Poutrin (Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne), « La Rote romaine comme instance de médiation dans les affaires matrimoniales et familiales (v. 1560-1650) » 16h45 : Bernard Hours (Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3), « A standard model for a prosopography of religious orders »
18h : Discussions 17h15 : Pierre Mesplé (Université Clermont Auvergne), « Histoire religieuse et musicologie, un dialogue fructueux : l’exemple du réseau Muséfrem »
17h45 : Discussions

 

Mercredi 12 juin : Salle 314

Histoire des savoirs et histoire religieuse

9h : Martin Dutron et Jean-Pascal Gay (Université catholique de Louvain), « Une autre histoire de la théologie pour une autre histoire religieuse ? L’apport des sciences studies »

10h : Discussions

Histoire du genre et histoire religieuse

10h45 : João Luís Inglês Fontes (Nova University, Lisbonne) et Maria Filomena Andrade (Universidade Católica Portuguesa), « Within and outside the cloister: female religious experiences in medieval Lisbon. A contribution for the debate on the relation between gender and religious history »

11h15 : Myriam Deniel-Ternant (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense), « Le genre ecclésiastique : sexualité et confusion des rôles d’un curé de Gentilly, Claude Rivot, au mitan du XVIIIesiècle »

11h45 : Sini Mikkola (University of Helsinki), « Gender Sensitive Approach Meets Reformation Historical Research: A Case Study from the Finnish Context »

12h15: Discussions

14h : Kristien Suenens (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven), « Des fondatrices religieuses ‘à double voix’ dans la Belgique du XIXe siècle. Histoire de religion – action et passion féminine – tensions de genre »

14h30 : Anders Jarlert (Lund University, Suède), « Women in revival movements in interaction between social and spiritual positions »

15 : Maria Petrova (St. Petersburg State University, Russie),« Feminist online groups versus Orthodox traditional values: a netnographic study of contradictory views on gender practices in contemporary Russia »

15h30 : Alexander Maurits (Lund University, Suède), « At his side – the changing role of the pastor’s wife during the course of the twentieth century »

16h : Discussions

17h15 : Bureau de la CIHEC

 

Jeudi 13 juin

Excursion : Ars, Châtillon-sur-Chalaronne, Brou (réservé aux participants du colloque et aux membres de la CIHEC)

Avec le soutien de la Société d’Histoire religieuse de la France, de la Société d’Histoire du Protestantisme Français, de l’Association Française d’Histoire Religieuse Contemporaine, du Groupe d’Histoire religieuse.

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Next Annual General Meeting

Histoire religieuse et autres types d’histoire

Colloque international de la CIHEC, 11-13 juin 2019, Université de Lyon

Le but de ce colloque est d’étudier les liens possibles entre l’histoire religieuse, l’histoire de l’Église ou l’histoire ecclésiastique, et d’autres types d’histoire (histoire des savoirs, histoire du genre, histoire globale, histoire numérique, etc.). Il s’agit de réfléchir à l’intérêt de croiser les méthodes et les concepts de ces différents types d’histoire et de se demander dans quelle mesure cela pourrait permettre un renouvellement de l’histoire religieuse. Pour cela, une réflexion théorique appuyée sur des exemples précis est nécessaire, afin de bien se rendre compte de l’intérêt qu’il y a à sortir de notre strict champ disciplinaire et de mieux mesurer les apports des autres types d’histoire.

On peut ainsi prévoir plusieurs sessions :

  • Histoire du genre et histoire religieuse
  • Histoire économique et histoire religieuse
  • L’apport de l’histoire des sciences et des savoirs à l’histoire religieuse
  • L’histoire religieuse dans l’histoire globale
  • L’intérêt du numérique pour l’histoire religieuse

Ce travail doit pouvoir être mené pour toutes les périodes historiques et pour toutes les confessions religieuses chrétiennes. Il doit être ouvert à toutes les générations de chercheurs, et particulièrement aux plus jeunes, souvent plus au fait des nouvelles problématiques dans les divers champs historiques.

Cette ouverture aux autres champs disciplinaires pourrait mener à une réflexion sur le statut de l’histoire religieuse : est-elle une discipline pleinement historique, ou relève-t-elle, au moins en partie de la théologie ? est-ce une branche de l’histoire culturelle, ou de l’histoire sociale, ou est-elle totalement autonome ? Suivant les pays et les écoles historiques, la réponse est différente. Les communications n’hésiteront pas à se poser ces questions.

Les séances de travail auront lieu les 11 et 12 juin, elles seront suivies le 13 d’une visite de différents lieux importants en histoire religieuse de la région lyonnaise.

Les propositions de communication (en français ou en anglais), d’une dizaine de lignes, doivent mettre en évidence à la fois un questionnement méthodologique et un exemple de cas. Elles doivent être envoyées à : yves.krumenacker@univ-lyon3.fret à mikko.ketola@helsinki.fiavant le 15 décembre 2018, avec un court CV. La sélection des communications retenues sera faite courant décembre 2018.

Une publication d’une partie au moins des communications est prévue.

Une bourse permettra de faciliter la venue d’un ou d’une jeune docteur ou doctorant/doctorante. Les personnes intéressées doivent faire parvenir une lettre expliquant le besoin qu’elles ont de cette bourse.

La CIHEC (Commission Internationale d’Histoire et d’Etude du Christianisme) est une association internationale d’historiens du christianisme, affiliée au Comité International des Sciences Historiques. Le colloque de Lyon bénéficie du soutien des universités Lyon 2 et Lyon 3, du LARHRA-UMR5190, de la Société d’histoire religieuse de la France, de l’Association française d’histoire religieuse contemporaine, de la Société d’histoire du protestantisme français et du groupe d’histoire religieuse de la Bussière.

 

 

CIHEC International Symposium, 11-13 June 2019, University of Lyon

The purpose of this symposium is to study the links between religious history, Church history or ecclesiastical history, and other types of history (history of knowledge, gender history, global history, digital history, etc.). It is a question of reflecting on the interest of crossing the methods and concepts of these different types of history and wondering to what extent this could lead to a renewal of religious history. To this end, theoretical reflection based on specific examples is necessary, in order to fully appreciate the value of going beyond our strict disciplinary field and to better measure the contributions of other types of history.

It is thus possible to schedule several sessions:

– Gender and religious history

– Economic and religious history

– The contribution of the history of science and knowledge to religious history

– Religious history in global history

– The interest of digital technology in religious history

– etc.

This work must be possible for all historical periods and for all Christian religious denominations. It must be open to all generations of researchers, and particularly to the youngest, who are often more aware of new issues in the various historical fields.

This opening to other disciplinary fields could lead to a reflection on the status of religious history: is it a fully historical discipline, or does it come under theology, at least in part? is it a portion of cultural history, or social history, or is it totally autonomous? Depending on the country and the historical school, the answer is different. Communications will not hesitate to ask these questions.

The working sessions will take place on 11 and 12 June, followed on 13 June by a visit to various important places in the religious history of the Lyon region.

The communication proposals (in French or in English), of about ten lines, must highlight both a methodological question and a case example. They should be sent to: yves.krumenacker@univ-lyon3.frand to mikko.ketola@helsinki.fibefore 15 December 2018, with a short CV. The selection of the selected papers will be made by the end of December 2018.

A publication of at least some of the papers is planned.

A scholarship will facilitate the arrival of a young doctor or doctoral student. Interested individuals should send a letter explaining the need for this award.

The CIHEC (Commission Internationale d’Histoire et d’Etude du Christianisme) is the international organisation of historians of Christianity, and is affiliated to CISH – the International Committee of Historical Sciences. The Lyon conference is supported by the universities Lyon 2 and Lyon 3, the LARHRA-UMR5190, the Société d’histoire religieuse de la France, the Association française d’histoire religieuse contemporaine, the Société d’histoire du protestantisme français and the groupe d’histoire religieuse de la Bussière.

Other coming conferences

No other conferences have yet been announced.