Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois, will host the conference “Reforming Reformation” October 17-19, 2010. Various scholars have been invited to contribute to a discussion with the goal of rethinking the term “reformation,” emphasizing those areas of the world whose experience of reformation was incomplete, atypical or odd. Conference participants and panelists will come from a wide range of disciplines, including literature, art history, theology and history. Contributors include Daniel Bornstein, Washington University; Marcia Hall, Temple University; Abigail Brundin, St. Catherine’s College, University of Cambridge; William Connell, Seton Hall University; Peter Marshall, University of Warwick, England; Anne Overell, The Open University, Leeds, England; John Frymire, University of Missouri; Brad Gregory, University of Notre Dame; Ronald Thiemann, Harvard Divinity School; LuAnn Homza, College of William and Mary; John Edwards, Queen’s College, University of Oxford; and Jodi Bilinikoff of UNC-Greensboro.
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