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2014 Annual Meeting Program Sessions Draft

A preliminary draft of the 2014 Annual Meeting sessions has been posted online. To get sneak peak at the November meeting sessions, click here.

If you haven't yet registered for the meeting, you can do that online, by mail, or by fax. For complete details, click here.

2014 Annual Meeting Call for Papers has been posted

The proposal period opens on March 1, 2014

All full members of ETS and student members enrolled in Ph.D. programs are invited to submit paper proposals on this year’s theme. As always, quality papers on topics not directly related to the theme are welcome. To go to the Call for Papers click here. Several sections have posted specific themes for their open sessions. To view the section themes, please see: the section theme announcements.

Defending the Faith Conference: Call for Papers


In 1562, John Jewel produced the Apologia Ecclesiae Anglicanae as the answer of the Reformed Church of England to those who challenged the church’s legitimacy. In 1564 Lady Ann Bacon's English translation presented the Apology to English readers. In order to mark both the appearance of the Apology and the 450th anniversary of the English translation, we are holding a conference from 15-17 September 2014. It will take place in Salisbury, where Jewel was Bishop, and will feature papers presented by our confirmed keynote speakers: Thomas S. Freeman, Lucy Wooding, and Torrance Kirby.

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