Religion and Conflict in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods

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Date(s) - 11 July - 13 July
All day

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Nottingham Trent University

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Conference notice:

Registration for “Religion and Conflict in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods” at Nottingham Trent University is now open!

This is the inaugural networking event for the Centre for the Study of Religion and Conflict (Medieval and Early Modern) at NTU. The event consists of a public lecture at Bromley House on Tuesday 11th July, followed by a two day conference on Wednesday 12th July and Thursday 13th July at NTU, featuring keynotes from Dr. Elizabeth Tingle (DMU) and Dr. Katherine Lewis (Huddersfield) plus 29 other academic and postgraduate speakers .

Attendance at both events is free, but you do need to register on the CSRC website https://csrcmem.wordpress.com/ where you can also find the conference programme.

The deadline for registration is 30th June.

Please note: there are separate processes for registering for the public lecture and conference – if you wish to attend both, please make sure you register accordingly.For any queries, please contact Natasha.Hodgson@ntu.ac.uk