History Department
History Department

IHS Panel Discussion: 500 Years of the Reformation: Origins, Scope, and Impact

Thu, November 2, 2017 | Tejas Dining Room, AT&T Exec. Education & Conference Center

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM


Complete event description forthcoming.


Featured presenters:

"After the Reformation: Coexistence or Religious War?"
Barbara Diefendorf
Professor Emerita of History, Boston University

Title forthcoming
Virginia Garrard
Professor of History, and Director, LLILAS Benson Latin American Studies and Collections
University of Texas at Austin

Title forthcoming

Brian P. Levack
Professor Emeritus of History, University of Texas at Austin

Dr. Garrard’s research has been featured on Not Even Past including interviews and original essays: La Violencia in Guatemala; A Late Autumn Day in Dallas; Propaganda or Progress?; and a review of two documentaries on Guatemala’s violent civil war. Dr. Levack’s work has been featured on Not Even Past and 15 Minute History: Possession and Exorcism; Magna Carta and Anglo-American Constitutionalism; Exorcism; Three Hundred Sex CrimesWitch-hunting in Early Modern Europe; and “Demonic Possession” in Early Modern Europe.

Location:
AT&T Exec. Education & Conference Center’s Tejas Dining Room
1900 University Ave, Austin Texas 78705
Directions | Parking

Free and open to the public. To RSVP to attend, please email: cmeador@austin.utexas.edu

Sponsored by: Department of History; Department of Religious Studies; Center for European Studies; Institute for Historical Studies

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