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Intensive summer course at the Institute of the history of the Reformation

Feb 5 2013

The aim of the course is to deepen students’ knowledge of a particular topic and to enable them to consider its wider implications via access to primary sources and working tools that are less readily available elsewhere. Particular attention will be paid to methods of studying intellectual history. N.B.: students may apply for both weeks or only one.

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From Monday 20 to Friday 24 May:
The Reformation, the Family and the Social Order
Faculty: Philip Benedict and Mark Greengrass


From Monday 27 to Friday 31 May :
Evil, temptation and damnation. Representations, norms and practices of combatting Satan in the era of confessionalisation
Faculty: Irena Backus and Daniela Solfaroli Camillocci


Instruction is free of charge. The Institute will provide and pay for half-board.

Contact: Marlène Jaouich (