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The Reformation was a seismic shift that challenged the establishment, set off a chain of events and profoundly altered the course of history.

This symposium seeks to investigate the events of 1517; their causes; their immediate aftermath in local and national context; reactions to them within the Catholic world; and their long-term consequences, notably through the emergence of various Protestant denominations during the 16th and 17th centuries. In addition, we also wish to explore how these events still resonate today.

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Rev Dr Peter Clarkson Matheson. Emeritus Professor Knox Theological College, Dunedin and Fellow of the Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Otago, New Zealand.

Professor Andrew Weeks, Department of Languages, Literature and Cultures, Illinois State University.

Professor John Coffey, Professor of Early Modern History, University of Leicester.

This is the third and final conference in the CenSAMM 2017 series and will take place in the Panacea Museum gardens.

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