CMRC and CRFF conference The Origins of Freemasonry - tickets on sale
Tickets now on sale for the CMRC and CRFF joint-venture conference on ‘The Origins of Freemasonry’
Marking a decade of successful international conferences, The Canonbury Masonic Research Centre is pleased to announce that its
Eleventh International Conference, scheduled for 24-25 October 2009, is now a joint-venture project being co-organised with the
Centre for Research into Freemasonry and Fraternalism (CRFF), Sheffield University.
The theme of this year’s event is
"The origins of Freemasonry" and will include keynote addresses delivered by three internationally acclaimed scholars in the field: Dr. Margaret Jacob, Distinguished Professor of History at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Professor Dr. José Antonio Ferrer Benimeli, Founder and Director of the Centro de Estudios Históricos de la Masoneria Espanola (CEHME), Zaragoza University, and Dr. David Stevenson, Professor Emeritus of Scottish History at the University of St Andrews.
And the conference weekend will commence with a showing (for speakers and delegates only) of a film called The Scottish Key – a recently made documentary which examines the various theories of masonic origin – during the evening of Friday 23 October at University College London.
Conference tickets are now available priced £99 each (price includes Friday evening film showing and drinks reception, conference attendance and a buffet luncheon on both days). Cheques should be made payable to the ‘CMRC’ and sent to: The Conference Organiser, Canonbury Masonic Research Centre, Canonbury Tower, Canonbury Place, London N1 2NQ. Please be sure to include your full name and contact details (including phone number) with your payment and state if you have any specific dietary requirements. Please also note that the CMRC does not accept credit card payment.