The Centre for Reformation and Early Modern Studies (CREMS) is a centre of excellence at the University of Birmingham for interdisciplinary research into the history of the Reformation and early modern Britain and Europe.
The Centre supports research into early modern subjects at the University of Birmingham. It helps postgraduate students, early career researchers and established scholars build their personal research profiles, develop grant applications and publications, and provides opportunities for networking and interdisciplinary research support.
Dr Willis, Associate Professor in Early Modern History to speak on ‘Making Martyrs in Elizabethan England’ at the Harvington Hall History Festival, on 26 July.
Panel on 26 April discussed the ways in which judgment was refined, exercised and practiced in Early Modern Europe.
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