The 32nd annual Reformation Day at Emory will be held next week on Tuesday, October 29th. This year’s program explores the theme “The Story of Our Books: Producing, Collecting, and Owning Books of the 16th Century.”
Currently, registration is full for the morning presentations and lunch in Convocation Hall. However, interested participants are invited to attend the afternoon panel presentations in the sanctuary of Cannon Chapel for free without registration. These sessions run from 1:30–4:30pm and include talks by Professor Nick Wilding (Georgia State University), Ms. Caroline Duroselle-Melish (The Folger Shakespeare Library), and Professor Ulrich Bubenheimer (University of Heidelberg).
For questions, please contact Anne Marie McLean at Pitts Theology Library.