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Why is the Reformation Important Today?

Why is the Reformation Important today? Come find out at a panel discussion organized by Professor Michael Seidman of the UNCW History Department and hosted by Randall Library. It's been 500 years since the Protestant Reformation - the first global media revolution - and its effects are still felt today. From the printing press to propaganda, from bibles to the Protestant diaspora, there will be lots to discuss.

Panelists:

  • Pascale Barth, World Languages and Cultures
  • Joseph Gouverneur, History Department
  • Scott Juall, World Languages and Cultures
  • Michael Seidman, History Department

This panel coincides with the Randall Library exhibit Beyond the Fold: The Art of Rhetoric Through Pamphlets as Mass Media, curated by UNCW Public History graduate students Devin Kelly and Dana Otto. Please join us following the discussion for an opening celebration.

Event/Exhibit Information
Date: 
September 12, 2017 -
5:00pm to 6:30pm
Location: 
Auditorium, RL2047
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