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Community Course 2020: Religion in Europe between the late medieval period and the reformation

Classes will run from 7-9pm and will take place in room number H1.07, which is on the first floor of the humanities building. There is a multi-storey car park (No 8) opposite the building and also a flat (one-level) car park (No 8a), next to the old sports centre. Parking is free after 6pm so there will be no need to buy a ticket. Draft timetable below, which will be updated / confirmed as soon as possible.

Week

Date

Tutor

Topic

1

24 April

Aysu Dincer

Crusading in the Fourteenth-Century

2

1 May

Joe Chick

Guilds and Popular Religion

3

15 May

Beat Kumin

The View from Below: Parish Religion on the Eve of the Reformation

4

22 May

Gavin Schwartz-Leeper

tbc

5

29 May

tbc

6

5 June

David Lines

tbc

7

12 June

Bryan Brazeau

Fractured Heroes in Counter-Reformation Italy: Torquato Tasso’s The Liberation of Jerusalem

8

19 June

Naomi Pullin

‘Reformations and Religious Deviance in Pre-Modern Europe’

9

26 June

Aidan Norrie

‘As Solomon, so I above all things have desired wisdom’: Protestantism, Parliament, and Polemic in Elizabethan England