Digital workshop "A Disembodied Religion? Corporeality and Embodiment in Early Reformed Thought" with Benedikt BrunnerFrom 5 to 6 November, the Institut d'histoire de la Réformation of the Université de Genève in collaboration with the Leibniz-Instituts für Europäische Geschichte in Mainz invites to the digital workshop "A Disembodied Religion? Corporeality and Embodiment in Early Reformed Thought". As co-organizer, IEG-staff Benedikt Brunner will also speak at the workshop about the topic "Reformed Deathways. Body and Soul in English and Swiss Funeral Sermons".
The workshop will be held on the platform zoom and is open to everyone.
Benedikt Brunner is member of the academic staff in the Department "Abendländische Religionsgeschichte" of the IEG.
Date: 5.–6. November 2020
Place: Online / Zoom