The Libraries and Quaker Studies at Haverford College is hosting a free Quaker history zoom panel on Wednesday, February 7th at 12:00pm EST. 

The way that we understand the history of the Society of Friends today is very different from the way that we understood it one hundred–or even ten–years ago. In this session two distinguished scholars, Ben Pink Dandelion and Robynne Rogers Healey, will highlight some of the most important differences between “the new history of Quakerism” and older interpretations of Quaker history.

See the event page for more details and further zoom information.

Robynne Rogers Healey and Ben Pink Dandelion, courtesy of Haverford College.

Ben Pink Dandelion

Professor of Theology and Religion; Honorary Professor of Quaker Studies; Director, Centre for Postgraduate Quaker Studies

University of Birmingham, UK

His publications include The Creation of Modern Quaker Diversity, 1830-1937 and The Oxford Handbook of Quaker Studies.

Robynne Rogers Healey

Professor of History; Chair, Department of History; Coordinator, Gender Studies

Trinity Western University, Canada

Her publications include Quakerism in the Atlantic World, 1690-1830 and Quaker Women, 1800-1920.

Please click the link below to join the webinar:
Passcode: 057906

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Evelyn Schmitz-Hertzberg · February 20, 2024 at 3:06 pm

If you missed this event it can be seen on Vimeo at the above link

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