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News of EMoDiR: CFP and upcoming events

For those who are not members yet, here is some information from EMoDiR monthly newsletter:

15 February 2015 submission deadline for Religious Toleration in the Age of Enlightenment (1650-1800): Historical Perspectives on Current Debates June 22nd & June 23rd, 2015, Institute for Culture and Society – Religion & Civil Society Project, Universidad de Navarra – Pamplona (Spain), Convenors: Rafael García Pérez  (rgperez@unav.es) and Juan Pablo Domínguez (jdfernandez@alumni.unav.eshttp://philevents.org/event/show/14933

15 February 2015 submission deadline for Fifth RefoRC Conference 2015: Crossing Borders: Transregional Reformations, 07.05.2015 – 09.05.2015 Leuven, <http://www.hsozkult.de/event/id/termine-25372>

21-23 January 2015, Utrecht University will host an international conference on  Enlightened Religion — From Confessional Churches to Polite Piety.

The conference is the concluding event of the research project: “Faultline 1700: Early Enlightenment Conversations on Religion and the State”. Jonathan Israel and Michael Driedger will deliver a concluding comment. More information on the conference, and on the project: http://faultline1700.com. – Anyone interested is cordially invited to attend. Entrance is free of charge. If you think you will be able to attend, would you be so kind to register beforehand on the site?

13 March 2015, L’Institut d’histoire de la Réformation, Genève. Journée d’étude organisée dans le cadre de la convention IHR- EMoDiR.  Les frontieres de la dissidence. Énonciations et pratiques du dissentiment religieux à l’époque confessionnelle : études de cas et parcours de recherche, organisateurs: Nicolas Fornerod, Maria-Cristina Pitassi, Daniela Solfaroli Camillocci

26–28 March 2015, Berlin, The Sixty-First Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America: 5 EMoDiR-Panels (organized by Stefano Villani) on Early Modern Religious Dissent and Radicalism have been accepted. Check the programme for further details: http://www.rsa.org/?page=2015Berlin

With the participation of Alessandro Arcangeli, Federico Barbierato, Silvia Berti, Manuela Bragagnolo, Peter Burschel, Christiana Facchini, Monika Frohnapfel, Umberto Grassi, Tamar Herzig, Ariel Hessayon, Sünne Juterczenka, Simone Maghenzani, Adelisa Malena, Justin Meggitt, Francesco Ronco, Moshe Sluhovsky, Giovanni Tarantino, Xenia von Tippelskirch, Anne-Charlott Trepp, Stefano Villani.

11-14 May 2015, Menaggio, Atelier trilatéral « Villa Vigoni »: Les dissidences religieuses en Europe à l’époque moderne : des constructions en mouvement (liens, langages, objets), 2e rencontre. organized by Adelisa Malena, Sophie Houdard and Xenia von Tippelskirch http://www.emodir.net/projects/villa-vigoni

News from EMoDiR

EMoDiR is advertising two events of interest for Dissenting Experience:

26-29 November 2014, Menaggio, workshop Villa Vigoni: ‘Les dissidences religieuses en Europe à l’époque moderne : des constructions en mouvement (liens, langages, objets)’

Org. Adelisa Malena, Sophie Houdard and Xenia von Tippelskirch http://www.emodir.net/projects/villa-vigoni

26–28 March 2015, Berlin, The Sixty-First Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America

5 EMoDiR-Panels (organized by Stefano Villani) on Early Modern Religious Dissent and Radicalism have been accepted. Check the programme for further details: http://www.rsa.org/?page=2015Berlin

With the participation of Alessandro Arcangeli, Federico Barbierato, Silvia Berti, Manuela Bragagnolo, Peter Burschel, Christiana Facchini, Massimo Firpo, Monika Frohnapfel, Umberto Grassi, Tamar Herzig, Ariel Hessayon, Sünne Juterczenka, Simone Maghenzani, Adelisa Malena, Justin Meggitt, Francesco Ronco, Moshe Sluhovsky, Giovanni Tarantino, Xenia von Tippelskirch, Anne-Charlott Trepp, Stefano Villani.

EMoDiR seminar

Tuesday 4th March, at the University of Verona, Helena Wangefelt Ström (University of Umeå) will speak on  ‘The petrifying eye of the beholder: Heritigisation of religion in Swedish 17th century travel journals’. The event is part of a series of seminars organised by the international EMoDiR.

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If you don’t know it already, EMoDiR (Research Group in Early Modern Religious Dissents and Radicalism) is ‘an international research group dedicated to the study of religious differences, conflicts and plurality during the early modern period’. 

For more information, and for its activities, see its website, http://www.emodir.net/