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Wednesday, March 6 • 14:30 - 16:30
#6/237.1 – Wars of Religion / The Religions of War

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The aim of the Panel is to continue the discussion begun with scholars as part of the previous edition of the European Academy of Religion concerning the nature of the Thirty Years War. The aim over the years has been to set up an observatory over the relative historiography of the phenomenon of religious wars. In contrast to the 2018 edition, the chronological arc this year will be extended to include the French Wars of Religion. In addition to a bibliographic overview, thematic convergences will be treated, such as dual loyalty (to the king and the state), the relations between princes and the elite, and the piety of the soldiers.

Chair:
  • Angela De Benedictis (Alma Mater-Università di Bologna)

Panelists:
  • Robert von Friedeburg (Bishop Grosseteste University) - Religious Mass Mobilization and Religious Volent Conflict: Challenges to Europe’s Transforming Monarchies during the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
  • Gianmarco Braghi (Fscire) - Regal Power and Political Sedition in Enrico Caterino Davila’s "Historia delle guerre civili di Francia"
  • Vincenzo Lavenia (Alma Mater-Università di Bologna) - Samson and the Wars of Religion
  • Davide Dainese (Alma Mater-Università di Bologna) - Recent Scholarship on the Thirty Years War
  • Hugues Daussy (Université de Franche-Comté) - Between God and the King : the problem of obedience in huguenot political thought during the french wars of religion

Language: English / French

Moderators
AD

Angela De Benedictis

Alma Mater-Università di Bologna

Speakers
DD

Davide Dainese

Alma Mater-Università di Bologna
RV

Robert von Friedeburg

Bishop Grosseteste University
VL

Vincenzo Lavenia

Alma Mater-Università di Bologna
GB

Gianmarco Braghi

Fondazione per le Scienze Religiose Giovanni XXIII
HD

Hugues Daussy

Université de Franche-Comté


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