Event Organisers

The event organisers are Dr. Adam Morton and Dr. Luc Racaut:

Please contact us using the following email address: reformation@ncl.ac.uk

https://newcastle.academia.edu/AdamMorton

http://www.ncl.ac.uk/historical/staff/profile/adam.Morton

http://www.ncl.ac.uk/historical/staff/profile/luc.racaut

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About

The Reformation Colloquium is a bi-annual international conference hosted by universities in the UK. The event provides an opportunity for scholars at all stages of their careers to present new research. Early career scholars and PhD students working in any Reformation related field are particularly encourage to submit a proposal for a 20 minute paper.

We warmly welcome paper proposals from scholars working the disciplines of History, Literature, Art History and Visual Culture, Theology and any other area with a Reformation focus.

Reformation Colloquium 2016

The next Reformation Studies Colloquium will be held at Newcastle University, 14-16 September 2016. The plenary speakers will be Prof. Susan Karant-Nunn (Arizona), Prof. Marc Forster (Connecticut) and Dr. Lucy Wooding (King’s College, London).

The Colloquium will take place from lunchtime on Wednesday 14 September to lunchtime on Friday 16 September.

The Call for 20 minute papers is now open. Offers of papers on all aspects of the Reformation (Protestant and Catholic; British, European, and global; in the period 1500-1700) will be warmly welcomed. Please email a 300 word proposal (including institutional affiliation) to reformation@ncl.ac.uk The final deadline for receiving paper proposals is 31st March 2016.

Those delegates who are members of the European Reformations Research Group will wish to note that it will meet from lunchtime to lunchtime on 13-14 September, also at Newcastle University. Please contact the organiser of ERRG (theerrg@gmail.com) regarding this, but please note that there will be a single booking form allowing you to book for both events.

All proposal forms and any queries and changes of contact details should be sent to reformation@ncl.ac.uk.

Event organiser: Adam Morton