The European Reformation Research Group’s annual conference is the UK’s principal forum for postgraduates and junior researchers working on all aspects of the Reformations in Europe, including the British Isles, and on related subjects. Although one of the conference’s principal purposes is to provide a forum for junior researchers to discuss their work, contributions from more senior academics have always been an important ingredient of the conference.
Papers are welcomed on any topic within the field of Reformation history. At the previous meeting two themes were identified for discussion (but these should not be seen as being prescriptive):
Modes of argument in the Reformation period, considering rhetoric, the use of authority and public spaces.
Lutheranism in the period between Luther’s death and the Thirty Years’ War.
Dr Andrew Spicer,
European Reformation Research Group, Department of History,
Oxford Brookes University, Headington Campus, Oxford. OX3 0BP
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