A Canadian Friends Historical Association virtual lecture series began Saturday, January 15th, and will run every second Saturday. All lectures will take place at 0900 Pacific / 1200 Eastern / 1700 UK on Zoom. Following the chapters of the volume, each short lecture will run for thirty minutes followed by a question and answer period.
The forthcoming talks are:
February 12 — Andrew Fincham, “Friendly Advice: The Making and Shaping of Quaker Discipline.”
February 26 — Emma Lapsansky-Werner, “Family, Unity, and Identity-Formation: Eighteenth-Century Quaker Community-Building.”
March 12 — Richard C. Allen, “Industrial Development and Community Responsibility: The Harford Family and South Wales, c.1768-1842.”
March 26 — Geoffrey Plank, “Quakers, Indigenous Americans, and the Landscape of Peace.”
April 9 — Jon Mitchell, “Three Methods of Quaker Worship in Eighteenth-Century Quakerism.”
April 23 — Erin Bell, “’Mrs Weaver being a Quaker, would not swear’: Representations of Quakers and Crime in the Metropolis, c.1696-1815.”
May 7 — Rosalind Johnson, “Quakers and Marriage Legislation in England in the Long Eighteenth Century.”
May 28 — Robynne Healey and Erica Canela, “’Our dear Friend has departed this life’: Testimony Writing in the Long Eighteenth Century.”
Registration is via EventBrite here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cfha-lecture-series-quakerism-in-the-atlantic-world-tickets-241366051357
Be sure to note the date of the presentation(s) of interest as the titles are not on the EventBrite page.
More information is available at: https://cfha.info/2022/01/upcoming-lecture-series-quakerism-in-the-atlantic-world/