Conference: Freethought in the Nineteenth Century
Freethought in the Long Nineteenth Century: New Perspectives. A conference to be held at Queen Mary, University of London.
‘Freethought in the Long Nineteenth Century: New Perspectives’ is intended to be an in-person conference held on Queen Mary University of London’s Mile End campus (pandemic restrictions dependant).
There will be a nominal fee to attend (c.£10). Registration details to be confirmed spring 2022.
Four fee waivers and travel bursaries (up to £100) will be available for unwaged, precarious, and student speakers. Information about how to apply for these will be sent to those whose papers are accepted.
Clare Stainthorp (Queen Mary University of London), with Anton Jansson (University of Gothenburg) and Madeleine Goodall (Humanists UK)
This conference is is funded by the Leverhulme Trust and organised in partnership with the International Society for Historians of Atheism, Secularism and Humanism and Humanists UK.