Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 11 (revised) - Court Officers, 1660-1837
Provides career details of every remunerated officer and servant of the English royal household. It covers the bedchamber and the public rooms; the medical, artistic and religious establishments; the household below stairs and the stables. Officers are also indexed by name. This is a revised edition of volumes 11 and 12 of the series, first published in 1997-8.
Acts of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland 1638-1842
An edition of the legislation of the Church of Scotland, prepared by a committee of the Church Law Society, convened by Thomas Pitcairn.
The medieval records of a London City church - St Mary at Hill, 1420-1559
The churchwardens' accounts of this City parish. The records are at their fullest for the period from 1480 onwards. The volume also has an extensive introduction, detailing the history and liturgical practice of the church, and the impact of the Reformation. First published by the Early English Text Society, volume 128.
Survey of London: volume 7 - Chelsea, part III: The Old Church
Provides a detailed account of Chelsea Old Church, the parish church of Chelsea until 1819.
Survey of London: volume 12 - The parish of All Hallows Barking, part I: The Church of All Hallows
An account of the parish church of All Hallows Barking (also known as All Hallows-by-the-Tower). The rest of the parish is surveyed in volume 15.
Understanding the South, understanding modern America: the American south in regional, national, and
This website, from the School of Arts, Histories and Cultures, at the University of Manchester, presents free online access to details of a conference held at Manchester in May 2008 on 'Understanding the South, Understanding Modern America: The American South in Regional, National, and Global Perspectives'. The website presents information about the conference's programme and some background details. Of more significance, however, is the information presented on each speaker and paper presente
Institute for the study of nomadic civilizations
The Institute for the Study of Nomadic Civilizations is a scholarly and scientific Mongolian organisation which works with UNESCO, the Dept. of Education, Culture and Science of Mongolia, and the Chinese authorities, among others. At June 2009 the Institute has been established for ten years, and it organises projects, expeditions, conferences, summer schools, and issues publications to do with Mongolian life, culture and history. The website has details of all these, along with full details of
Expeditions and discoveries : sponsored exploration and scientific discovery in the modern age
Expeditions and discoveries is a series of online collections of materials from expeditions between 1626 and 1953 that have been housed at Harvard University. Encompassing digital reproductions of: maps; photographs; published materials; field notes; letters, and manuscript materials the collections cover expeditions from the Arctic; Antarctic; Americas; Africa; Asia; the Middle East; and more. Nine major expeditions are particularly featured. Each expedition provides access to the full text doc
The Armenian Church website provides an overview of the history of the Armenian Apostolic Church. Armenia was the first country to adopt Christianity as its official religion, in 301 AD, and the site gives a brief history of Christianity in the region, plus background information about the country and details of the church's hierarchy. While the site gives a useful introduction to the subject, it is probably not detailed enough to be of use for more advanced research. It does, however, offer an
Biography study guides
This collection of free study guides from the educational publishers SparkNotes provides biographies of a number of key historical figures including Aristotle, Niels Bohr, Charles Darwin, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein, Benjamin Franklin, Galileo Galilei, Werner Heisenberg, Johannes Kepler, Isaac Newton and Max Planck.
Census data workshop: using migration data and the ONS Longitudinal Study
Organised by UK Data Archive, to be held at University of Essex Southend United Kingdom from 2009-06-26 to 2009-06-26
Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam
The Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam (LASA) at the VU University and VU University Medical Centre was initiated by the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sports in The Netherlands in 1991 to determine predictors and consequences of ageing. Every three years, the participants are re-examined and the last observation cycle took place in 2008-2009. There is an extensive bibliography of data-related publications and the website provides information on research themes and variables, as well as on data
Resourcing the Church: Bringing Creation Care to the Local Church
Rev Dave Bookless : Course
Calvin's Contributions to the Emergence of Modern Science
Prof. Alister McGrath : Seminar
The Role of Religion in the Emergence of Modern Science
Prof. Lawrence Principe : Course
Mediaeval Cosmology and the Church
Dr Allan Chapman : Course
Current Ethical Challenges in Modern Biology
Prof. Keith Fox : Course
Human Evolution (for Church Leaders)
Prof. Darrel Falk : Course
The Doctrine of the Fall and the Epistemological Foundations of Modern Science
Prof. Peter Harrison : Seminar
The Role of God in Modern Science: Models for Relating Science and Religion
Prof. Alan Padgett : Course