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Symposium: The Protestant Reformation and its Radical Critique

Symposium: The Protestant Reformation and its Radical Critique
15. September 2016, 14:00 to 17. September 2016, 13:15 at The German Historical Institute London, 17 Bloomsbury Square, London 

Historians and theologians are invited to join the symposium by the Volkswagen Foundation, the University of St. Andrews, and the German Historical Institute in London on September 15-17, 2016. A public lecture will be held on September 16.

CFP: “Jews, Christians, and Muslims in the Reformation Era” (15 April 2016)

Call For Papers: “Jews, Christians, and Muslims in the Reformation Era [Juden, Christen und Muslime im Zeitalter der Reformation],” a joint conference sponsored by the Verein für Reformationsgeschichte and the Society for Reformation Research, in Nuremberg, July 19-21, 2017. Submissions Deadline: April 15, 2016.

Ann: Studienforum Berlin 2016 Summer Seminar

Over the next two years, 2016 and 2017, German institutions will dedicate focused attention on the 500th commemoration of Martin Luther’s legacy and the centuries-long cultural impacts of the Protestant Reformation.  The major centers of historical significance – such as Wittenberg, Erfurt, Torgau, the Wartburg Castle – have already completed site renovations and special exhibits fully one year in advance of the overwhelming number of visitors anticipated, beginning in summer 2016.

CFP: Early Modern German History, 2016 GSA

We are seeking a third panelist as well as a commentator/chair for a panel for the 2016 GSA conference. This panel will focus on the relationship between religion and politics in the early modern German speaking world in the era after the various wars of Religion and Westphalian settlement (late 17th & 18th centuries). Specifically we are interested in changes and/or continuities in the interplay between religion, politics, and law (broadly defined) in this era amid the reality of lasting confessionalization and religious division in the Empire.

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