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Early Modern Antitrinitarianism and Italian Culture: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
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When: Monday, March 30, 2020
Where: German Historical Institute in Rome
Via Aurelia Antica, 391
Rome 00165
Contact: Dr. Riccarda Suitner

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The theme of the workshop is the influence of Italian culture on the Antitrinitarian movements that spread through Europe in a more or less clandestine fashion during the Early Modern period. One of the objectives is to go back to the period preceding the activity of the Sozzini and of Servet. We will consider the influences on later Antitrinitarianism of humanist philology, prophetism and other trends in the Italian thought of the 15th and 16th centuries that made a crucial contribution to shaping the ideas of the Antitrinitarians about Biblical exegesis, spirituality, baptism and the Trinity. We will also discuss the mutual exchanges between different groups, in touch with one another despite the ongoing persecutions by both Catholics and Protestants.


Riccarda Suitner (GHI Rome)
Emese Balint (Columbia University, New York)
Anne Overell (Durham University)
Alexander Koller (GHI Rome)
Sven Grosse (Universität Basel)
Stefano Brogi (Università di Siena)
Giorgio Caravale (Università di Roma Tre)
Pasquale Terracciano (Firenze, Istituto Nazionale di Studi sul Rinascimento)
Ann Thomson (EUI Firenze)
Girolamo Imbruglia (Università L’Orientale, Napoli)

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