Conversations on Europe: "Religion in Europe: 500 years since the protestants - reformation"

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Venue:FIU - MMC - Green Library Resources Center - GL 156


Conversations On Europe connects top experts from around the United States and Europe to discuss contemporary issues facing Europe and the Transatlantic relationship. Using both personal and institutional videoconference technology, panelists take questions and interact with audiences at the University of Pittsburgh and at remote sites in the US and Europe.

Wednesday, Oct. 18th, 2017 | 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. | FIU - Green Library Resources Center - GL 156

Conversations on Europe
Religion in Europe: 500 Years Since the Protestant Reformation

On this 500th Anniversary of Luther's 95 Theses, this installment of Conversations on Europe will look back on the impact of the Protestant Reformation on European society, culture, and politics. Experts on early-modern Europe will explore how the Reformation and attendant Counter-Reformation divided Europe, shaped European identities, and was felt in the lives of everyday Europeans.

Moderator: Allyson Delnore, European Studies Center, University of Pittsburgh


  • Jennifer Waldron, Department of English, University of Pittsburgh
  • Allyson Creasman, Department of History, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Mark Konnert, Department of History, University of Calgary

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