The seminar will be hosting Dr Laura Sangha (University of Exeter), who will be presenting her paper:
‘The Recording of Illustrious Providences: Intellectual developments and the supernatural in later seventeenth-century England’.
The session will be held in the Christie Room, John Rylands Library, Deansgate, Manchester. All are welcome, no need to book.
Dr Sangha is a historian of religious cultures in early modern England, investigating belief and practice during the ‘long’ Reformation c. 1450-1700. Her first monograph, Angels and Belief in England 1480-1700 was published by Pickering and Chatto in 2012.