A round-up of books in Apocalyptic and Millenarian Studies published during 2019.
Jehovah’s Witnesses responded to the coronavirus before government restrictions came into force. House-to-house visits were suspended, and literature carts were no longer to be displayed in towns and cities.
CenSAMM short film on the apocalyptic and related views of John Ball, the leading priest of the 1381 English uprising
Call for Papers: Virtual Symposium: The Cold War and the End Times: Apocalyptic and Millenarian Themes in Politics, Society and Culture, 1946-1989, Thursday 4th June 2020
Recent months have seen an increasing media visibility for a movement which has existed for more than a century, but previously was little talked about. Commonly known as Black Hebrew Israelites (BHI), or simply Hebrew Israelites...
Lecture by James Crossley on John Ball and the 1381 'Peasants' Revolt'.
A political party, described by the Spanish newspaper El Pais as "ultra-conservative" and "messianic", has made surprising electoral gains in recent Congressional elections held in Peru.
The philosopher John Gray discusses the persistence of end-time beliefs.
An interview with Sean Durbin, author of Righteous Gentiles: Religion, Identity and Myth in John Hagee's Christians United for Israel (Brill, 2018).