‘Language, Literature and Liturgy in Reformation-era Britain and Ireland’.
A joint conference bringing together the AHRC-funded ‘Wode Psalter Project’ based at the University of Edinburgh and the IRCHSS-funded 'Protestants, print and Gaelic culture, 1567-1722' based at the UCD Humanities Institute.
Belfast Friday April 13 2012
Presbyterian Church of Ireland, Assembly Buildings
entrance by 2-10 Fisherwick Place
10 Coffee and welcome [Scott Spurlock]
10:30-11:30 Session 1
Warwick Edwards [GU] ‘Thomas Wode: A Scots monk, his music books and his Reformation’
Tim Duguid [EU] ‘The Scottish metrical psalter’
11:30-12 coffee break
12:00-1:00 Session 2
Mark Empey [UCD] 'Hibernia nostra': Irish Protestant identity and Gaelic culture
Kathleen Middleton [UCD] ‘Internal evangelisation projects in post-Revolution Ireland and Scotland'
2:00-3:00 Session 3
Salvador Ryan [Maynooth] ‘Liturgy in late medieval Gaelic culture’
Graeme Murdock [TCD] ‘Catholic missions to liturgy-starved Calvinists’
3:00-4:00 Tea break
Marc Caball [UCD] 'Print, religion and culture in early modern Gaelic Ireland: an overview'
4:00 – 4:45 Closing remarks and discussion
Jane Dawson [EU] & Scott Spurlock [QUB]
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Sat 14 Apr 11am
Psalm singing event
Church of Ireland QUB Chaplaincy
The Church of Ireland Centre, 22 Elmwood Avenue
Hot Drinks provided
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