The History of the Unbelieved: Roundtable
- Andrew Redden
- Admission: Free
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The roundtable will consist of short exposé of case studies by the panelists followed by discussion and Q&Q from the panel chair, the panel and members of the audience.
The event has been sponsored through the generosity of the Methodological Innovation and Development Award Scheme (MIDAS), engage@liverpool, and the Religious Cultures Research Cluster in the Department of History.
Case Studies for Discussion
Professor Luke Clossey (Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada): Was Elizabeth II a Medieval Chinese General? Rebirth as a Way to a non-Western Social Sciences.
Professor Diana Jeater (University of Liverpool): Spirits and Agency in Zimbabwe.
Dr Andrew Redden (University of Liverpool): The Devil is A Jailbreaker: The Unlikely Alliance between Lucifer and Pedro de Abalos (Peru, 1720).
Dr Roland Clark (University of Liverpool): Panel Chair.
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