The late Professor A.G. Dickens, one of the leading Reformation scholars of his generation, spent many of his formative years at the University of Hull. The University will, therefore, host a conference (1-2 November 2002) to assess both the impact of Professor Dickens's work on Reformation studies (British and German), and the current state of Reformation historiography. Speakers include Professor Patrick Collinson, Dr. Christopher Haigh, Professor Andrew Pettegree, Professor Kaspar von Greyerz, Dr. Eamon Duffy, and Professor Claire Cross. The University of Hull has been supported in hosting this event by the German Historical Institute, London; the Institute of Historical Research; and the Royal Historical Society. A full programme and registration details are avaialbe on the conference web site.
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