Call for Chapters: Narratives of Peace in Religious Discourses: global perspectives in the Early Modern Age

The Sapienza Research project "Negotiating Stories in Cohabitation: Dynamics and Narratives of Peace in the Great Empires of the Past (from Antiquity to Present Times)" lead by Professor Alessandro Saggioro is asking for contribution for an edited volume on  "Narratives of Peace in Religious Discourses: global perspectives in the Early Modern Age", to be published by Sapienza University Press in 2021. 

Abstract deadline: 30th November 2020. Notification of acceptance: 20th December 2020. Paper deadline: 1st April 2021.

Winter Conference, Ecclesiastical History Society: Inspiration and Institution

The Ecclesiastical History Society Winter Meeting welcomes paper proposals on the theme of Inspiration and Institution. As ever, the intention is to attract a broad spectrum of papers from across the history of Christianity. Our conference attract a wide range of speakers from doctoral candidates to established scholars.

"Did Kongolese Catholicism Lead to Slave Revolutions?" by Mohammed ELNAIEM

Did Kongolese Catholicism Lead to Slave Revolutions?

The legacy of Kimpa Vita, a Kongolese Catholic mystic, was felt from the U.S. to Haiti.

Watercolor illustration of Kimpa Vita by Father Bernardo da Gallo, 1710 via Wikimedia Commons/Jonathan Aprea

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