POSSIBLE TOPICS MIGHT INCLUDE: Social, economic, political, and ecumenical networks; Dissenting Academies and educational networks; Networks of book production and distribution; news networks; Epistolary networks; the circulation of dissenting culture; dissenting readers; Transhistorical networks (the long 18th century, the Victorians, and beyond); Travel and trade related to dissent; itinerant preaching; Transnational networks of dissent; global Bunyan.
Plenary speakers are:
Alison Chapman (University of Alabama at Birmingham)
Ariel Hessayon (University of London)
Kathleen Lynch (Folger Shakespeare Library)
Feisal Mohamed (City University of New-York)
Email queries and proposals for individual papers or panels (up to three papers) to the organizers at IJBS9@ualberta.ca. Please include a 300-word summary, a title, and a 1-page c.v. See alsojohnbunyansociety.org.