The Angus Library and Archive is the leading collection of Baptist history and heritage worldwide.

Regents Park College Oxford

Exhibitions, talks and tours

The Angus Library and Archive has items which relate to many areas of British history and heritage. These items and themes can be explored through a variety of ways such as biannual exhibitions, seminars and tours.

The exciting biannual exhibition programme at The Angus Library and Archive includes a diverse range of topics such as: Slavery, Pioneer Women, War and Literature. Our Exhibition Research Volunteers have already made some fantastic discoveries which they look forward to sharing with you. We hope that you can join us soon to explore the treasures of The Angus Library and Archive.

 

Past exhibitions

Baptist Life

13 May 2016 — 13 May 2016

Come and see items from the beginings of Baptist life in England through to 20th century gems! 2pm - 5pm TODAY

Navigating the Congo

21 September 2015 — 26 September 2015

Virtue and Vice and All Things Nice

20 April 2015 — 25 April 2015

For Liberty Against Tyranny

10 November 2014 — 15 November 2014

An exhibition to commemorate the centenary of the First World War.

Stethoscopes and Petticoats: The Changing Roles of Non-Conformist Women

15 March 2014 — 22 March 2014

Stethoscopes & Petticoats examined the amazing contributions that non-conformist women made to the changing social landscape of Britain and beyond.

Slavery: Historical and Modern Perspectives

31 October 2013 — 5 December 2013

An ambitious exhibition of previously unseen original texts, manuscripts and artefacts which document the history of the Slave Trade and the Abolition Movement.

Treasures of The Angus

13 September 2013 — 15 September 2013

The Angus Library and Archive holds more than 70,000 items in total, the Treasures of The Angus Library and Archive displayed here represent only the tip of the iceberg!

Walking tours

Important places in Baptist history

Around the UK there are a number of important places in the formation of the Baptist denomination.

Religion and Dissent in 17th-Century Oxford

The tour begins at St. Giles Church at the northern end of St. Giles' Street and concludes at Regent's Park College in Pusey Street.

From the blog

7th October 2015

Escaping to 1896 India…

It’s been a very busy few days here at Regent’s Park College.  All our new students have arrived and there is a much busier,...
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