Call for Papers Third RefoRC Conference 2013 Berlin
Berlin is home of the Third RefoRC Conference 2013, to be held May 16–18, 2013 and hosted by the Interdisciplinary Centre ‘Middle Ages – Renaissance – Early Modern Period’.
The conference is open to individual short paper presentations (20 minutes presentation, 10 minutes discussion) and to thematic sessions of two or three short papers. It is also possible to attend the conference without presenting a paper.
Short Paper Proposals
While papers on the conference theme are encouraged, papers may also focus on all disciplines related to the 16th century reformations, such as arts, philosophy, law, history, theology etc., independent of the theme of the plenary papers. Short paper proposals should be sent via the registration form before February 15, 2013.
Theme of Plenary Papers
The topic for plenary papers of the Third RefoRC Conference will be “Anthropological Reformations – Anthropology in the Era of Reformation”. Our aim is to engage in an interdisciplinary discussion about the establishment and debates on anthropological concepts and their changes in the age of the Reformation. Plenary speakers include Klaus Bergdolt (Cologne), Jutta Eming (Berlin), Wolfgang Fuhrmann (Vienna), Ronnie Po-chia Hsia (Penn State), Andrew James Johnston (Berlin), Risto Saarinen (Helsinki), Notger Slenczka (Berlin), Johan Verberckmoes (Louvain), Anna Vind (Copenhagen) and Elke Anna Werner (Berlin).
Registration is now open through our website, where all additional information can be found.
The Reformation Research Consortium (RefoRC) is the academic department of Refo500, the international platform for knowledge, expertise, ideas, products, and events, relating to the 500-year legacy of the Reformation. One of the central events is the annual RefoRC conference which after the conferences in Zurich (2011) and Oslo (2012) will now take place at the Freie Universität Berlin (2013).
Photo Visual: Bernd Wannenmacher.
Interdisciplinary Centre ‘Middle Ages – Renaissance – Early Modern Period’
Institut für Philosophie
Freie Universität Berlin
Habelschwerdter Allee 30
14195 Berlin, Germany
Tel.: +49 (0)30 838 52030
Fax: +49 (0)30 838 56430