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From Reformation to Globalization in Canada, Germany, and the World Professors:
Catherine E. Clifford
Joerg Esleben
Louis Perron
Myriam Wijlens

Date :October 5-7, 2017
Room: Saint Paul University
Regular Student
Conference registration $40.00 $20.00

Description:
The exhibition “The Reformation – Translation and Transmission: Library Treasures from Germany and Canada” will provide a unique illustration of the worldwide impact of the Reformation by bringing together original editions and translations of Martin Luther’s works and other key Reformation texts from the Gotha Research Library, Saint Paul University and Library and Archives Canada. In conjunction with the exhibition, the academic symposium “From Reformation to Globalization in Canada, Germany, and the World” will explore the myriad and seminal forms of impact that the Reformation has had and continues to have on many aspects of religion, politics, society, and culture in Canada, Germany, and the wider world. Academic experts from many disciplines will present their research on these links. Keynote lectures will be delivered by the renowned scholars Hans Joas (Humboldt University, Berlin) and Susan K. Wood (Marquette University, USA).

Participants:
Academic experts from many disciplines will present their research on these links. Keynote lectures will be delivered by the renowned scholars Hans Joas (Humboldt University, Berlin) and Susan K. Wood (Marquette University, USA). Number of participants: minimum: 20; maximum: 120

Objectives:
The exhibition “The Reformation – Translation and Transmission: Library Treasures from Germany and Canada” will provide a unique illustration of the worldwide impact of the Reformation by bringing together original editions and translations of Martin Luther’s works and other key Reformation texts from the Gotha Research Library, Saint Paul University and Library and Archives Canada.