“Conversion and Modernity,” with team members Marguerite DesLauriers, José R. Jouve-Martin, and Alberto Pérez-Goméz.
“Change,” by Ernesto Felipe Fernández-Armesto, William P. Reynolds Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame.
“Emotion and the conversion narrative: Conversion and the invention of the self in the early Protestant missionary movement, 1770-1830,” by Elizabeth Elbourne, Associate Professor and Departmental Chair of History and Classical Studies at McGill University.
“Conversions Ontological and Secular – From Plato to Tom Jones,” by Wayne Hankey, Carnegie Professor and Chair of Classics and Religious Studies at Dalhouise University and King’s College
“The Reform of the Rake,” by Marcie Frank, Professor of English and Director of Interdisciplinary Studies in Society and Culture at Concordia University.