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Tenth Annual RefoRC Conference on Early Modern Christianity

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Summary

The European reformations meant significant changes in theology, religion, and everyday life. The aim of this conference is to discuss how lived religion and everyday life and space were formed in the aftermath of the reformation, and how we can trace changes in material culture, in emotions, in social structures, and in culture. 

The influences of the theological, liturgical, and organizational changes on everyday life have often focused on social disciplining, political levels, and similarities across Europe more than differences between confessions. New theoretical positions within various fields have made it timely to revisit the questions of how the changes brought by the reformation within all confessional cultures throughout Europe influenced the everyday life of ordinary people.