Academic journal article Anglican and Episcopal History

Anglicans and Lutherans: The New World Experience of Two Old World Traditions

Academic journal article Anglican and Episcopal History

Anglicans and Lutherans: The New World Experience of Two Old World Traditions

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CALL FOR PAPERS

A conference on the experiences of Lutherans and Anglicans in North America since the seventeenth century will take place in Chicago, Illinois, 20-23 June 2004. It is sponsored by the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church, the National Episcopal Historians and Archivists, the Episcopal Women's History Project, the Canadian Church Historical Society, the Lutheran Historical Conference, the Archives of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, and the American chapter of the Anglican-Lutheran Society. Paper and panel proposals for this conference are now being sought.

After an opening service and keynote speech on 20 June, each of the three following days will begin with a speaker. Their talks will deal with governance, liturgy, and social concerns of the Anglican and Lutheran traditions as they have developed in North America. These opening speakers will be followed by papers, roundtable discussions, and special events, including a banquet with a featured speaker.

Individual papers, complete panels of three to four papers, and roundtables which deal with various aspects of the invited speakers' topics are welcomed. Other suitable subjects for presentations include, but are not limited to: Anglican-Lutheran cooperation; Anglican and Lutheran archives, their contents and uses; lay organizations; women's ministries; women's ordination; ecumenism in both traditions; missions and missionaries; music; architecture. …

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