Reformations: Primary Source Symposium

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The third annual Stanford Primary Source Symposium commemorates the 500th anniversary of the so-called Protestant Reformation, reflecting broadly on social, institutional, political, and intellectual re-formations from 600-1600 and across the world.

Keynote speakers
Brad Gregory (University of Notre Dame)
Susan Schreiner (Divinity School, The University of Chicago)

Shahzad Bashir (Stanford University)
Jacob M. Baum (Texas Tech University)
Elaine M. Fisher (University of Mysore)
Jonathan Green (University of North Dakota)
Bridget Heal (University of St. Andrews)
Felix Heinzer (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg)
Beatrice Kitzinger (Princeton University)
Barbara Pitkin (Stanford University)
Elizabeth Scala (University of Texas at Austin)
Susan Schreiner (Divinity School, The University of Chicago)
Kirsi Stjerna (Graduate Theological Union / Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary)
Richard Vinograd (Stanford University)
Greg Walker (University of Edinburgh)

Co-Sponsored by The Europe Center, the Department of Religious Studies, the Department of History, the Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages, the Department of Art & Art History, the Stanford Humanities Center, and Stanford University Libraries

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