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STENTON LECTURE: PAGAN SURVIVALS IN THE CHRISTIAN MIDDLE AGES – University of Reading

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STENTON LECTURE: PAGAN SURVIVALS IN THE CHRISTIAN MIDDLE AGES

Professor Ronald Hutton

The Department of History’s annual Stenton lecture is an opportunity for a wide audience of interested local people, school students, and university staff and pupils to hear a leading historian speak on their area of expertise. Professor Ronald Hutton is well known for his distinguished work on the history of magic, witchcraft, and paganism, as well as being a leading expert on British politics and religion under the Tudors and Stuarts.

Admission free. Booking essential.

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Event information

Date

14 November 2019

Time

18:30

Location

Van Emden lecture theatre, Edith Morley building, Whiteknights campus

Contact

r.h.foxley@reading.ac.uk

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