Don’t forget to register for next week’s installment of this fall’s Kessler Conversation series on disease, healing, and pastoral care in the 16th century! The second Kessler Conversation will be with Professor Erik Heinrichs, Associate Professor of History at Winona State University. Professor Heinrichs is a historian of medieval and early modern Europe, with research interests in medical and cultural responses to plagues, particularly in German-speaking lands. He is the author of Plague, Print, and the Reformation: The German Reform of Healing, 1473-1573 (Routledge, 2018). The Kessler Conversation with Professor Heinrichs, entitled “Plague in the Reformation Era,” will be livestreamed at noon Eastern on Wednesday, October 7th. Registration is free at pitts.emory.edu/erikheinrichs.
In addition, don’t miss the live streamed Reformation Day Worship Service led by Bishop Leila M. Ortiz of the Metropolitan Washington, D.C., Synod of the ELCA. View details and sign up for free at pitts.emory.edu/reformationday.