The Friends of Senate House Library Book Club

Wednesday 29 November 2017, 18:30 - 20:00

Durning-Lawrence Library, Senate House Library


Join the Friends of Senate House Library for their regular book club, which coordinates with the current Senate House Library season, Reformation. This season, the Friends will be discussing The Book of Common Prayer, led by Professor Tom Healy.

We ask that participants of this event use Brian Cummings' recent Oxford World's Classics edition of the Book Of Common Prayer: The Texts of 1549, 1559 and 1662. Read about the Book of Common Prayer on the British Library website.

Professor Tom Healy
Professor Tom Healy

About Professor Tom Healy

Professor Tom Healy is Professor of Renaissance Studies at the University of Sussex. He has published and taught widely on sixteenth and seventeenth-century literature, with books and articles that have frequently explored the impact of contemporary religious imaginations on writing and the wider social and political consequences of the 'long Reformation' from 1500-1700. He has appeared frequently on Radio 4's 'In Our Time' and as a guest lecturer at Shakespeare's Globe.

Read more about the writings of Professor Tom Healy.

The Book Club is free and open to all Friends of Senate House Library. If you're not a member of the Friends yet, but would like to join us, simply choose the 'I'd like to join the Friends' ticket option in the registration form.

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