Category Archives: Religious History

Femmes à la cour de France

I will be participating in a conference on Femmes à la cour de France, hosted by Cour de France and the Institut d’Études Avancées de Paris, this week. I will be presenting a paper on “‘Je ne vis jamais cette … Continue reading

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Strategies of Religious Warfare at EUI

I enjoyed visiting Firenze earlier this week to give a presentation on “Strategies of Religious Warfare: Historical Reflections on Contemporary Religious Violence” at the European University Institute. Professor Olivier Roy (Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, EUI)and Jean Monnet Fellow … Continue reading

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Wars of Religion: Past and Present

I will be participating in an upcoming conference on Wars of Religion: Past and Present at Princeton University on 23-24 April 2015. The conference is organized by the Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts at Princeton and includes researchers … Continue reading

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Religious Fundamentalism and Terrorism

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Olivier Roy (Professor at the European University Institute, Firenze) is giving a presentation on “Are terrorism and jihadism a consequence of a religious fundamentalist radicalization?” The lecture will be held…

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Un Courage Viril

I am giving a presentation on “Un Courage viril. Le genre et la violence en France pendant les Guerres de religion, 1562-1629,” at the séminaire interne of the Institut d’Études Avancées de Paris on Tuesday 3 February 2015. This presentation … Continue reading

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Newberry Library Short-Term Fellowships

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Newberry Center for Renaissance Studies Consortium Short-Term Fellowships Application deadline for 2014-15 fellowships: January 15, 2014 The Newberry Library will award two short-term fellowships to support scholars at Center for…

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Artiste nel chiostro

A conference on Ariste nel chiostro (Artists in the Cloister), is being held on 4-5 October 2013 in Firenze. In 1938, Giovanna Pierattini published her groundbreaking study on nun artist Suor Plautilla Nelli in the journal Memorie Domenicane. To mark … Continue reading

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