|25 Jul 2006 - 26 Jul 2006||All day||CRASSH|
CRASSH, 17 Mill Lane, Cambridge
An interdisciplinary conference organised in conjunction with the AHRC project 'Free-thinking and Language-planning in 17th Century England'.
This conference will explore the multitude of heterodoxies expressed privately and in public during a turbulent period in English history. Speakers will discuss the relationship between heterodoxy and orthodoxy; the private heterodoxies of individuals and wider religious debates in parliament and among lay people; the rhetoric of heterodoxy and the transmission of ideas; and heterodoxy as expressed in early 18th-century New England.