"The Early Modern Roots of the Anthropocene Era" with Faculty Fellow Brad Gregory


Location: 1050 Jenkins Nanovic Halls (View on map )

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"The Early Modern Roots of the Anthropocene Era"

Professor Brad Gregory serves as the Dorothy G. Griffin Collegiate Chair in European History. His research interests center on Christianity in the Reformation era (sixteenth and seventeenth centuries), including magisterial Protestantism, radical Protestantism, and Roman Catholicism approached comparatively and cross-confessionally. He hopes to understand the long-term ideological influences and institutional consequences of the Reformation era on the making of the modern Western world. 

This event is free and open to all. 

Complimentary lunch will be available 30 minutes prior to the lecture if current safety protocols allow and while supplies last.