The Evangelical History Association 2022 Conference
9:00am-5:00pm, Saturday 19 March 2022 Alphacrucis College, 30 Cowper St, Parramatta NSW, Australia Morning and Afternoon Tea provided. Bring your own lunch or enjoy dinning at one of the many eateries of Parramatta
As COVID restrictions apply, numbers are limited so register early and don't miss out. Conference attendance $50, pre-registration is essential.
If the event cannot take place in person due to COVID restrictions, it will take place via Zoom.
Dr Sarah Irving-Stonebraker, is Senior Lecturer in Modern European History, and teaches in the History and Political Thought major. She was awarded her PhD in History from Cambridge University (2007), where she was a Commonwealth Scholar at King’s College. She took her BA with First Class Honours and the University Medal from the University of Sydney in 2003.
Her first book was awarded The Royal Society of Literature and Jerwood Foundation Award for Non-fiction. Entitled Natural Science and the Origins of the British Empire (London: Routledge: 2008), the book investigates the way that England’s colonial empire became tied to the Protestant redemptive project of restoring humanity's original dominion over nature. Jonathan Goldstein, one of the judges of the Jerwood Award, called the book "a masterfully written history of the construction of the British Empire". In 2016, Routledge re-issued the book in paperback. https://www.routledge.com/Natural-Science-and-the-Origins-of-the-British-Empire/Irving/p/book/9781138665224
Evangelicals and Nation-building
Shaping the Nation from the Margins
Public Issues and Nation-Shapers
Reforming Church and Nation
Remembering, Rebuilding: Nation and War
Evangelical Visions of the Nation
Plus panel discussion on Evangelicals and the Future of History