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Magdeburg, 1554: Flacius Illyricus Applies for a Grant

Wednesday, April 6 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Royce 314, Online + Google Map

A lecture by Professor Anthony Grafton (Princeton University).

Ecclesiastical history began in the 1550s, when the Lutheran Matthias Flacius Illyricus organized
a collaborative century-by-century history of Christianity. This confessional project never
reached completion, and its thick volumes met with severe criticism from co-religionists as well
as Catholics. Nonetheless, it provided a new model for the study of the past, inspiring a
revolution in historiography. That’s the standard story. It’s not wrong: Flacius did many original
things: for example, writing and submitting grant proposals. But it’s radically incomplete. This
lecture reinterprets Flacius’s project and reexamines its impact.

Sponsored by CMRS-CEGS and the European Colloquium of the Department of History.

COVID-19 Attendance Policy for event entry:
For UCLA students, staff, and faculty: completion of campus symptom monitoring survey; present clearance certificate.
For the public: Valid ID and proof of vaccination or, Valid ID, verbal attestation to an exception, and a negative COVID test within 72 hours.
Please note that all attendees must wear face masks.

April 6, 5:00 pm Pacific Time in Royce 314 and live on Zoom.

Register here for onsite attendance in Royce 314 or online attendance on Zoom.

Details

Date:
Wednesday, April 6
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Royce 314
Online + Google Map

Organizer

CMRS Center for Early Global Studies