Skip to main content.
 
Undergraduate study, Queen Mary, University of London
Ref No (click to see in context)WFD/24/3/2
TitleMaynard-Chapman Divinity Lectures
LevelSubSubSeries
Date1925-1985
Extent4 files
DescriptionThis sub-sub series contains records relating to the Maynard-Chapman Divinity lectures, including letters in response to an invitation to give a series of Divinity lectures, 1925-1963; lists of lectures given between 1932-1979, c.1940-1979; texts of published lectures, 1966-1985; and notices for lectures, 1970-1982.
Admin HistoryDivinity lectures, in the form of a series of lectures delivered by external theolgians, was established by Agnes de Selincourt as a substitute to Constance Maynard's weekly Bible classes, the first lecture taking place in 1915. Prior to this however, and in addition to Bible classes, Constance Maynard established the Divinity Faculty in 1901, which ceased c.1910.

The Maynard-Chapman Divinity series of lectures began in the academic year 1945-1946 when the Maynard Memorial Fund was combined with the Lady Chapman Fund to fund the open public lectures.
ArrangementArranged chronologically.
Access StatusOpen
Persons
CodePerson or Corporate Body Name
DS/UK/30Westfield College; 1882-1989; Higher Education Institution