Remembering the Reformation: A Postgraduate Symposium

To mark the culmination of its third year, the AHRC-funded research project
Remembering the Reformation (Prof. Alex Walsham, PI, Prof. Brian Cummings,
CI) will hold a day-long postgraduate symposium in association with the
Ecclesiastical History Society, The Church of England Record Society and
Lambeth Palace Library, on 25 October 2018.

It will take place at Lambeth Palace Library and will close with a public
lecture by Professor Diarmaid MacCulloch.

We would like to invite proposals from PhD students and early career
academics (within four years of gaining the PhD) for 20 minute papers on
any aspect of the Reformation, although papers that consider the
relationship between memory and any aspect of the European Reformations
will be preferred. Interdisciplinary approaches are encouraged. Titles and
abstracts of 100-200 words should be submitted with a short biographical
note to rememberingthereformation@hist.cam.ac.uk by 29 March.

Registration for non-speakers will open in early September. The symposium
will be free to attend and refreshments will be provided. Remembering the
Reformation can provide 5 bursaries of £100 each to contribute to the
travel expenses of selected speakers. If you would like to apply for one of
these bursaries please send a statement of need with your paper proposal
giving details about your circumstances and the importance of the symposium
to your
work.

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