Colloquium: From Civil War to Revolution? Rethinking Religion, Politics, and Historical Methodology in Early Modern England
We will host Polly Ha, Associate Professor of the History of Christianity at Duke Divinity School as well as Associate Professor of History at Duke.
Polly will present a piece from the scribal publication she recently edited, "REFORMED GOVERNMENT: Puritanism, Historical Contingency, and Ecclesiastical Politics in Late Elizabethan England." Comments will be provided by Phil Stern, Associate Professor of History at Duke.
All are warmly invited to attend, either in person or via Zoom (link below). We want to enable as many as possible to attend in person, and to make the session as inviting and comfortable as possible for all. With that in mind, we will follow the tradition initiated with September's and October's colloquium: Lunch will be available at 11:15, and we encourage you to come early and eat before the colloquium, or to eat afterwards. While the colloquium is in session, we ask that everyone except the person speaking mask up.
If you have any questions or need a copy of Polly's paper sent directly to you, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.