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Philipp Melanchthon, 1497-1560: His Life, Work and Influence
Cambridge, April 1997

      


                      SOCIETY FOR REFORMATION STUDIES

                  4th Annual Conference, 2-4 April 1997
                  at Westminster College, Cambridge, UK

The fourth annual Conference of the Society for Reformation Studies will
be held at Westminster College, Cambridge, UK, on 2-4 April 1997. The
special theme for the forthcoming Conference is 'Philipp Melanchthon
1497-1560: His Life, Work and Influence'. Dr Sachiko Kusukawa, Fellow of
Christ's College Cambridge, is giving a keynote paper on this theme. It is
also hoped to invite a representative of Melanchthon scholarship in
Germany to give a keynote address. 

In addition to its special theme each year, the Society also encourages
attenders to offer papers in their chosen area of interest. Research
students are particularly invited to share the results of their work with
members. The Society is keen to promote Reformation and Renaissance
scholarship in all aspects - theology, spirituality and related
disciplines. The Conference will also visit a Cambridge library with
strong holdings of Reformation books and manuscripts. 

If you are interested in attending, please contact the Secretary of the
Society, Dr Paul Ayris, Cambridge University Library, West Road,
Cambridge, CB3 9DR, United Kingdom (e-mail: pa@ula.cam.ac.uk). A
non-returnable booking fee of 10 pounds sterling is required to reserve a
place at the Conference and a room at Westminster College. The full costs
of the Conference (accommodation and all meals) will be 30 pounds sterling
per day (inclusive of VAT). 

If you wish to give a paper at the Conference, please send the proposed
title of your contribution to the Secretary. Bookings should be received
by 10 January 1997. Contact with the Society AFTER 20 January 1997 should
be to Dr Paul Ayris, Deputy Librarian, University College London, Gower
Street, London WC1E 6BT, United Kingdom. 

Paul Ayris
Secretary
Society for Reformation Studies