As part of Henrike Lähnemann’s Inaugural events, there was the Launch of a Website Reformation 2017 at the Taylor Institution with presentations from German Studies students and a drinks reception in the Voltaire Room, sponsored by the Cultural Attaché Charlotte Schwarzer (German Embassy). See the video presentations!

The launch opens the series of events and publications leading up to  Reformation Trail due in 2017 to celebrate 500 years of publication of the 95 Theses by Martin Luther. The considerable holdings of Reformation Pamphlets will be presented as Series 1 of the ‘Treasures of the Taylorian’.

3pm Taylor Institution, Room 2

Introduction: Henrike Lähnemann
Passional Christi und Antichristi: Ed Wareham
Sendbrief vom Dolmetschen: Howard Jones
De captivitate babylonica: Lucas Eigel
Hans Sachs’ Dialogue: Charlotte Hartmann
Weissagung vom Papsttum: Kezia Fender
Lustgarten der Seelen: Klaus Meyer
Karlstadt pamphlets: Jennifer Bunselmeier
The Website: Emma Huber
The Reformation Music Project: Alex Lloyd
Launching the website: Charlotte Schwarzer

3:30pm Taylor Institution, Voltaire Room Exhibition and Wine Reception

Featured pamphlets

Andreas Karlstadt, Disputatio excellentium (Erfurt 1519) ARCH.8o.G.1519(1)
Martin Luther, De captivitate babylonica ecclesiae (Wittenberg 1520) ARCH.8o.G.1520(9)
Lucas Cranach, Martin Luther, Philip Melanchthon: Passional Christ und Antichristi (Erfurt 1521) ARCH.8o.G.1521(19)
Hans Sachs: Disputation zwischen einem Chorherrn und Schuhmacher (Augsburg 1524) ARCH.8o.G.1524(26)
Hans Sachs: Eine wunderliche Weissagung von dem Papsttum (Nürnberg 1527) ARCH.8o.G.1527(8)
Martin Luther, Sendbrief vom Dolmetschen (Wittenberg 1530) ARCH.8°.G.1530(9)
Hortulus Animae. Lustgarten der Seelen (Wittenberg: Georg Rhaus Erben 1558) 91.H.8

Launch of the Reformation 2017 Website

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