The Reformation, After 500 Years: Religion, Society, Music, Ethics is a semester-long, interdisciplinary event that explores a movement that continues to shape our economy, political and legal systems, morality and ideas about marriage.

Fall 2017 Events

Authority and the Problem of History in the Reformation
Bruce Gordon, Titus Street Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Yale Divinity School
Thursday, Sept. 14, Olin 268, 7 p.m.

Bach@ Bucknell Festival Preview, Bucknell Camerata presents Reformation 2017: Repertoire of the English Reformation
Featuring Byrd's Mass for Four Voices, and English anthems of Tallis and Weelkes
Thursday, Sept. 28, Weis Center Atrium, noon
Tickets: free and open to the public.

The Reformation as Distruption: How Cheap Print Destroyed Latin Christendom and Made the Mondern World
Philip Gorski, Professor of Sociology, Yale University
Thursday, Oct. 12, Elaine Langone Center ELC Forum, 7 p.m.

Bach@ Bucknell Guest Vocal Quartet Recital, presented by the Bucknell University Choirs - Reformation 2017: Repertoire of the Counter-Reformation
Featuring the music of Giovanni Perluigi da Palestrina and his contemporaries
Thursday, Oct. 19, Weis Center Atrium, noon
Tickets: free and open to the public.

Bach@ Bucknell Festival, Bucknell University Choir & Camerata present Reformation 2017: Reform / Revolt
Featuring J.S. Bach's Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott, BWV 80 and songs of revolution and reform from across the globe
Friday, Oct. 20, Weis Center for the Perfroming Arts
6:30 p.m. pre-concert lecture, 7:30 p.m. concert
Tickets: free and open to the public.

CANCELED - Genuine Love in the Reformation
Peter Iver Kaufman, Professor, George Matthews & Virginia Brinkley Modlin Chair in Leadership Studies, Jepson School of Leadership Studies, University of Richmond
This talk has been canceled.