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  • > Study days: ‘Lived Religion’

    Our research group on Lived Religion will be hosting its second event on the 11-12 September 2017.  See our programme below.  All welcome. « Documenting Lived Religion 1500 to the Present: Perspectives Across Borders »  Org. Anne Dunan-Page, Laurence Lux-Sterritt and Tessa Whitehouse Programme Monday 11 September 2017 Maison de la Recherche, salle de colloques 1, 29 avenue Robert Schuman, Aix-en-Provence  13.30 – 13.45: Registration 13.45 – 14.00: Introduction : Anne Dunan-Page (AMU), Laurenc...

  • > Jonathan Swift and Dublin

    We thank Professor Jean Viviès for bringing this very useful link to our attention: https://sway.com/CZLr5PJ7gW5WFJrA?ref=Link    

  • > International network for researchers of the early modern era

    Queen Mary University of London now hosts “Early Modern Boundaries”, an exciting new project supported by a British Academy Rising Star Engagement Award (BARSEA)  which aims to build a professional network for the international community in early modern studies. http://www.earlymodernboundaries.com/  

  • > Exciting new digital resources

    For the autumn of 2017, early modernists await with eager anticipation a new digital project, at https://www.newberry.org/religious-change It is best described in its own words: “In Religious Change and Print, 1450-1700 (opening September 14), visitors will see the Reformation through the eyes of the people who experienced the transformations it spread across Europe and the Americas: preachers and teachers, travelers and traders, writers and printers. Featuring more than 150 objects from the ...

  • > Experience the sounds of a pre-Reformation mass

    http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/news/2017/03/27/tudor-mansion-offers-audio-experience-of-mass-as-henry-viii-would-have-heard-it/  

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