Devotion, Discipline, Reform: Conference at the Newberry Library

September 15 – 17, 2011

Devotion, Discipline, Reform: Sources for the Study of Religion, 1450-1640
A Conference in Honor of Sister Ann Ida Gannon, BVM

The Newberry Library, Chicago

http://www.newberry.org/renaissance/conf-inst/devotion.html

Printable flier:
http://www.newberry.org/renaissance/conf-inst/DevotionConference.pdf

Speakers include:
Gregory R. Crane, Classics and Computer Science, Tufts University
David Crook, Music, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Lori Anne Ferrell, English and History, Claremont Graduate University
Alexander J. Fisher, Music, University of British Columbia
M. Patrick Graham, Theological Bibliography, Candler School of Theology,
Emory University
Susan Karant-Nunn, History, University of Arizona
Elsie Anne McKee, Reformation Studies and History of Worship, Princeton
Theological Seminary
Walter S. Melion, Art History, Emory University
Mary Quinlan, Art History, Northern Illinois University
Brian Sandberg, History, Northern Illinois University
Regina M. Schwartz, Religion, Literature, and Law, Northwestern University
David Steinmetz, History of Christianity, The Divinity School, Duke
University

Free and open to the public; registration in advance is required.

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