New Perspectives on John Calvin and the Reformation in Geneva
May 28, 2009: 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
The Stanford University Alumni
and The University of Chicago Alumni invite you to join us for an evening event and a conference.
The theme of the speech will be:
“New Perspectives on John Calvin and the Reformation in Geneva”
With Special Guest:
Senior Lecturer at Stanford University
Rue de Jargonnant 2, 6th floor
Places will be allocated on a first-come first-serve basis according to the payment of the 30 CHF participation fee.
Please make payment to account 0251-592200-32, S. Rada Zocco, Credit Suisse, P. de la Monnaie 1-3, 1204 Geneva
Barbara Pitkin (Speaker)
Senior Lecturer, Stanford University
Barbara Pitkin teaches in the Department of Religious Studies and she specializes in the history of Christian thought, with a particular emphasis on the religious developments in late medieval and early modern Europe. She teaches courses on medieval Christianity, sixteenth-century reformations, the history of biblical interpretation, and women and religion. She is the author of a book on John Calvin’s understanding of faith and numerous articles on his interpretation of scripture and children in Calvin’s Geneva. Most recently she has co-edited The Formation of Clerical and Confessional Identities in Early Modern Europe.
Stanford Alumni Club