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The warfare and persecution that accompanied early modern European religious reformation and state formation call into question any notion of steady progress toward toleration, and yet recent scholarship has shown complex negotiations among disparate groups at various levels. Join us for a series of panels discussing questions such as: How were religious differences accommodated and/or repressed in Europe and the Ottoman Empire? And what were the consequences of these divisions for religious experience and cultural creation?

Added by Center for the Humanities on April 19, 2010