European Reformation Research Group
Colchester CO4 3SQ
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The 2018 ERRG meeting will take place August 29-30 at the University of Essex, immediately before the Reformation Studies Colloquium (organised this year by Dr Tom Freeman).
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, including the British Isles. The conference is unthemed, and individuals are invited to give papers on any subject connected to their current research, as it relates to the European reformations broadly conceived.
The conference welcomes all academics working on the reformations, but especially aims to support the work of postgraduate research students and early career researchers.
Selected proceedings from this year’s conference will have the opportunity to be published in an edited collection (informally contracted with the St Andrews Studies in Reformation History series, Brill). The theme of the edited collection will be ‘Reading the Reformation’, and we particularly encourage papers which consider the different ways the reformations have been read, or interpreted, throughout the generations (past to present). The collection will be published in time for ERRG’s 30th anniversary.
Conference costs will be kept to a minimum, in order to support the participation of postgraduate and early career researchers. The event will include breakfast, dinner, refreshments and on campus accommodation. To propose a paper please submit a title and a short summary and biography (no more than 300 words) by email to ERRG’s General Secretary, Dr Anna French, by June 8 2018.
July 30, 2018, 5:00pm BST
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