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Early Modern Religion and Literature in Old and New England


The following distinguished scholars have agreed to deliver plenary addresses during the conference:

The following distinguished scholars have agreed to serve on a panel of speakers considering the topic Zeal and Toleration in Bunyan's Age and in Bunyan Studies:

Download the Final Program in PDF

The Fannie and Alan Leslie Center for the Humanities at Dartmouth College has generously underwritten part of the conference costs with a grant of $12,000 and we may expect support from other offices at Dartmouth. Given this generous support we plan to offer five fellowships to graduate students that will cover all conference costs and a travel allowance of up to US$400. An application form for those fellowships will appear on this site by November 10, 2006.

The Rauner Special Collections Library of Dartmouth College has mounted an exhibit of illustrated editions of The Pilgrim's Progress and a new artist's book game version of The Pilgrim's Progress by artist Angela Lorenz. You may download a PDF list of Bunyan items in Rauner Library from which the exhibit was assembled. You may also download a PDF list of items placed on special reserve for conferees.

The Appalachian Trail runs right through the Dartmouth campus. The Connecticut River offers boating and swimming. New Hampshire's White Mountains are not far away. Dartmouth's athletic facilities will be open to delegates for a small fee. See you in summer 2007!

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The International John Bunyan Society exists to promote and support scholarship about Bunyan, his contemporaries and his influence.

IJBS Officers
Professor Thomas H. Luxon

Vice President
Dr Tamsin Spargo

Professor David Gay

Dr Roger Pooley

Associate Treasurer
Dr Arlette Zinck

Editor, The Recorder
Professor Ken Simpson

Advisory Board

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