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Thomas More and History September 13-14, 2018
  • More in History
  • Thomas More's Utopia
  • Utopia & Utopias
  • Richard III - History & Philosophy
  • More and Luther
  • Thomas More and Spain


  • Le Puy-en-Velay - June 2018
  • Les voix du dialogue chez Thomas More


  • Orléans May 2018
  • Les premières utopies : des Cités de Dieu ?


  • Niort April 2018
  • L'Utopie de Thomas More


  • Dallas CTMS Nov 2016


    Bruges 2016 - SCSC
  • Literature and Geography
  • Utopian mirrors and images
  • Spiritual Masters
  • Translations of Utopia
  • Utopia and De Tristitia Christi
  • Margaret Roper and Erasmus


  • Berlin 2015 - RSA
  • 16th and 17th Utopias
  • More and Publishing (I)
  • More and Publishing (II)
  • Humanism and spirituality


  • New York 2014 - RSA
  • Introduction
  • Geography and Utopias I
  • Geography and Utopias II
  • Geography and Utopias III
  • More Facing his Time
  • Intertextual Connections
  • More Circle I
  • More Circle II


  • Washington DC 2014 - TMS
  • Washington DC 2014


  • Paris 2012 - Amici Thomae Mori
  • Paris 2012 - Recordings


  • Other Conferences
  • Montreal 2011
  • Venice 2010
  • Dallas 2008
  • Liverpool 2008


  • 2016 M-C Phélippeau Talks
    2013 - M-C P at Boulogne


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    More and Luther

    Chair: Rev. Dr. Jonathan Arnold (Magdalen College, Oxford)

    Translations of Five Key Words in the New Testaments of the 1483 Deutsche Bibel and Luther, More and Tyndale

    Anne O'Donnell
    - Catholic University of America odonnela@cua.edu

         Sr. Anne O'Donnell sums up a research she has carried out over many years on the various translations of the Bible in the Renaissance. She uncovers the classical or radical positions of the translators (Erasmus, Luther, Tyndale...).

           Her Paper should soon appear in the Reformation journal and we shall post her video as soon as she gives us permission to do it.


    Anne O'Donnell's Paper Abstract

    Thomas More vs Martin Luther : Can great minds be blind to each other?

    Hélène Suzanne - Independent Scholar lh.suzanne44@gmail.com

         Prof. Hélène Suzanne proposes an analysis of Thomas More and Martin Luther's common thinking.

           An article issued from her presentation will be published in a forthcoming Gazette Thomas More.


    Hélène Suzanne's Paper Abstract

    Questions to Anne O'Donnell and Hélène Suzanne

    More’s hatred of heresy in the context of the sixteenth century

    Catherine Donner - University of Exetercatherinedonner@gmail.com

         Catherine Donner wishes to account for More's attitude towards the heretics through a strict analysis of the religious culture of the 16th Century and More's personal beliefs.

         Her article should be published in Moreana.


    Catherine Donner's Paper Abstract

    Questions to Catherine Donner

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