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Worlds of Faith: Sculpture and Faith at St Paul's Cathedral, c.1796-1916

Tuesday 6 July 2021, 11.00AM to 4.00pm

This is the first conference of the UKRI-funded research project 'Pantheons: Sculpture at St Paul’s Cathedral, c. 1796-1916', a collaboration between the Department of History of Art at the University of York and St Paul's Cathedral.

The conference will take the form of four respondent presentations followed by three panel discussions.

These panel discussions will be based on questions arising from short, ten-minute presentations by the panellists, available to watch in the week before the day of the conference.

The series of presentations will be object-focused, on individual monuments or small, related groups of monuments, by key scholars in the field as well as clergy. Links will be sent out to ticket-holders the week before the conference, including details for emailing any questions in advance: the questions received will form the basis of the panel discussions at the conference.

The papers will be organised into three panels:

  • Empires of Faith: Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Sikhism, and Buddhism;
  • Sculpting the Bible;
  • The Victorian Church.

The conference is free to attend and all are welcome, though tickets must be booked in advance through this Eventbrite page.

For further information and the conference programme, visit the conference page on the project website.

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