This seminar meets in the Colin Matthews Room in the History Faculty, except Week 6 when we are in the Gerry Martin room. We meet on Wednesdays 2 till 4.
We’re also including announcements of some other German-related events we think will interest you.
Week 2 Wednesday 24 January 2 to 4 pm
Howard Jones (Keble) 'Translating Luther's Sermon on Indulgences and Grace and 95 Theses'
Edmund Wareham (Somerville) 'Translating the Passional of Christ and Antichrist'
Week 4 Wednesday 7 February 2 to 4 pm
Christiane Andersson (Bucknell)
‘Censorship of Art in the Reformation in Germany’
Week 5 Friday 16 February 2 to 4 pm (Taylor Institution Library)
Craig Harline (Brigham Young)
‘A World Ablaze: The Rise of Martin Luther and the Birth of the Reformation’, followed by a presentation of Reformation pamphlets held by the Taylor Library
Week 6 Wednesday 21 February 2 to 4 pm (Gerry Martin Room)
Kerstin Weiand (Marburg)
‘Hessen-Kassel and the Peace of Westphalia (title tbc)’
Week 7, MONDAY 26 February, 12.45 to 18.30 CONFERENCE QUEEN’S, MARIA THERESA (registration required)
17.00 Shulman Auditorium, Queen’s
Barbara Stollberg-Rilinger (Münster)
‘Maria Theresa and the Catholic Enlighenment’
Week 8 Wednesday 7 March 2 to 4 pm
Sarah-Maria Schober (Basel and Oxford)
"Disgusting Objects in Early Modernity"
Seminar Organisers: Ian Maclean, Lyndal Roper, Edmund Wareham, Peter Wilson