Since 1991, ERRG has been one of the UK’s principal forums for postgraduates and researchers working on all aspects of the religious history of early modern Europe. As well as our usual focus on all topics related to the European reformations and their impacts, this event will consider the theme ‘Reading the Reformations’, exploring the ways both contemporaries and generations of historians have interpreted the religious changes that took place during the early modern period. Papers will be given by current postgraduate students, early career researchers and established academics alike. Confirmed speakers include Dr Christopher Langley (Newman), Dr Adam Morton (Newcastle), Professor Elizabeth Tingle (De Montfort) and Dr Jonathan Willis (Birmingham). The event will also include a round-table discussion on early career challenges, academic precarity and Reformation Studies.
Registration £27 including light lunch and refreshments.
For further information about ERRG see our website: https://theerrg.wordpress.com/
If you have any questions contact Dr Anna French: Anna.French@Liverpool.ac.uk