An international, interdisciplinary conference at Keele University, UK, 20-22 June 2003, organised by Peter Lake (Princeton, and Leverhulme Visiting Professor at Keele, Summer 2003) and Roger Pooley (English, Keele).
We invite papers from relevant disciplines (including History, Literature, Theology, and Sociology) which explore the relationship between religion and Habermasís concept, or some adaptation of it, in the early modern period. We will also have a round table on the usefulness of the concept, and invite brief position papers from those who would like to contribute.
Speakers and round table contributors will include Sharon Achinstein, Alistair Bellany, Elizabeth Clarke, Tom Cogswell, Michael Davies, Ann Hughes, Judith Maltby, David Norbrook, Steven Pincus, Michael Questier, Joad Raymond, Ethan Shagan, Nigel Smith, Rachel Weil.
Please send abstracts or full papers (about 20 minutes reading time) to the address below or by email by the end of March.
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