PRIVACY Panel at the LERMA-QMCRLE Conference
The Centre for Privacy Studies will present the panel: Privacy and Lived Religion in the Early Modern Period at this year's LERMA-QMCRLE conference, Lived Religion in Europe 1500-1800: Individual and Communal Practice
The panel consists of Centre Director Mette Birkedal Bruun and PRIVACY Scholars Natacha Klein Käfer and Søren Frank Jensen
From the conference website:
The conference will explore the more private aspects of lived religion, in the intimacy of personal and domestic practice; looking to show the multi-faceted nature of the concept, it will discuss lived religion through the scope of the study of emotions, but will also emphasize the materiality of religious practice. As the focus widens from the individual to the communal, papers will evoke confessional encounters and the interactions between people of different faiths, particularly between various forms of western Christianity and Judaism. The panels will investigate the ways in which lived religion can be used by historians and literary critics to make sense of the religious past in both lay and religious contexts.