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500 Years: The Legacy of the Reformation for Religion, Politics and Higher Education

Martin Luther is famously remembered for (presumably) nailing his 95 Theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany in 1518, which in many ways sparked the Protestant Reformation. An interdisciplinary panel of Davidson professors, including Professors Doug Ottati, Matt Samson, and Anne Wills, will explore the implications of this event and the legacy of the broader Reformation, particularly for religion, politics, and higher education, over the past 500 years. Co-sponsored by the Departments of Anthropology, Educational Studies, German Studies, History, Political Science, and Religious Studies, the Humanities Program, and the Office of the Chaplain.

Location

Chambers Hance Auditorium (CHAM-4121)

Event Type

Lecture

Contact

Bullock, Graham D
grbullock@davidson.edu