2019 TRI-HISTORY CONFERENCE
Trauma and Survival in the Contemporary Church: Historical, Archival, and Missional Responses
June 18- 21, 2019, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
The Conference is hosted by a partnership of the Faculty of Divinity of Trinity College and Wycliffe College (in the University of Toronto) and the Canadian Church Historical Society (a co-operator with the General Synod Archives of the Anglican Church of Canada). As two of the most important hubs of theological education and training for ministry in Canada, members of the ecumenical Toronto School of Theology, Trinity and Wycliffe represent the breadth of the Anglican tradition, an ideal location for welcoming friends and colleagues from the United States of America, and beyond.
Papers and presentations focus on the Anglican/Episcopal tradition responding to historical experiences of traumas from the Reformation to the present. A list of those accepted to be presented are available here.
The Tri-History Conference is held every three years co-sponsored by the Episcopal Womens’ History Project, the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church and the National Episcopal Historians and Archivists.
- Additional support is being provided by the Anglican Foundation of Canada.
- Additional support is being provided by the Canadian Church Historical Society.
Divine Worship, speaker sessions, meals, and social events take place at both Trinity and Wycliffe, conveniently located on the University of Toronto campus. Many activities, including most meals, will center around Strachan Hall (pronounced “Strawn”).
Average temperatures are 72/50 (F) or 22/10 (C).
Conference organizers endeavor to connect conference delegates with specialist research agendas to sites, repositories, or institutions of relevant interest. Where customization of the experience of attendance can be achieved, organizers deem this desirable.
For more information and to register: