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Sites of Change in Reformation England

 Saturday 23rd February 2008, 09:30-18:00, H5.45 Humanities Building, Main Campus


‘Sites of Change in Reformation England’ is a one day multi-disciplinary conference which will explore the ways in which people adapted to religious change in England in the years following the Reformation.

The conference aims to provide a forum for both post-graduate students and established scholars from a range of subject fields to interact with each other and become aware of the excitingly diverse work currently being undertaken on Reformation-era England. It aims to point the way forward by featuring papers from a range of distinct yet complementary disciplines, including Literary Studies, Musicology, Art History, and History.

Early modern Christians received their religious education by means of all their senses, and in a variety of ‘sites’, both physical and conceptual. For this reason it is essential for different disciplinary practitioners to co-operate with each other in the attempt to illuminate their mental universe.

Participants will include:

  • Professor Bernard Capp
  • Professor Brian Cummings
  • Dr. Anne Dillon
  • Dr Tara Hamling
  • Dr. Beat Kümin
  • Professor Peter Marshall
  • Professor Alexandra Walsham

Further details can be found at the Humanities Research Centre and on the Conference Poster (Word Document)

Attendance Fees: £15.00 (Student), £20.00 (Other)

Please complete and return your Booking Form (Word Document) by Friday 8th February 2008

Contact: Sue Dibben - for further information