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CFP: Reformations in the Iberian World

The Reformations in the Iberian World

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Type:
Call for Papers
Date:
February 11, 2016
Location:
Belgium
Subject Fields:
Cultural History / Studies, Early Modern History and Period Studies, Latin American and Caribbean History / Studies, Religious Studies and Theology, Spanish and Portuguese History / Studies

In 2017 we celebrate the 500th anniversary of Luther’s 95 Thesis, and consequently the events that led to the different movements of religious reformation. The editors of the new series The Iberian Religious World (Brill) plan to join the celebrations of this important event by organizing a series of sessions on the topic of the Reformations within the Iberian World, envisaging the publication of a volume that thoroughly explores the topic within the Iberian spaces. We welcome the submission of papers on any expression of the Reformations, but we are particularly interested on papers that explore the pre-reformations period, the influence of the movements led by Luther, Calvin, and Huizinga in the Iberian world, and in addition, how the resolutions of the Council of Trent have influenced Iberian religiosity.

The Iberian Religious World plans to sponsor special sessions on this topic at the following meetings, and we welcome participations that are original, interdisciplinary, and promote the dialogue about a theme that had a most influencing role within the Iberian world.

  1. EABS, Leuven, July 17-20, 2016;
  2. SCSC, Bruges, August 18-20 August, 2016
  3. AHA, Denver, CO, January 8-10, 2017
  4. RSA, Chicago, Il, March 30-April 1, 2017
  5. ISBL/EABS, Berlin, August 7-11, 2017

If you would like to participate in the 2016’s meeting of the SCSC in Bruges, or in the 2017’s meeting of AHA in Denver by February 11, 2016, please submit a short abstract (max. 250 words), with your bioblurb to the Iberian Religious World series’ editors, Ana T. Valdez (manavaldez@gmail.com) and Ricardo Muñoz Solla (solla@usal.es), Ana by February 11, 2016.

Contact Info:

Ana T. Valdez, University of Lisbon/University of Massachusetts Lowell, ana.valdez@netcabo.pt

Ricardo Muñoz Solla, University of Salamanca, solla@usal.es

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