Reconstructing Pre-Reformation St Andrews

Scholars at the University of St Andrews are beginning a new project on the pre-Reformation history of St Andrews – formerly the religious capital of Scotland. A key element of the project is the creation of a digital reconstruction of the city as it appeared in the 1550s, shortly before the citizens officially rejected Catholicism Read more about Reconstructing Pre-Reformation St Andrews[…]

Alec Ryrie to give 2016 Reformation Day Lecture

Professor Alec Ryrie will give this year’s public Reformation Day Lecture on 3rd November 2016 in the Arts Lecture Theatre. His paper, entitled  ‘Lovers and Brawlers: Protestants and their Bibles In the (Very) Long Reformation’, will begin at 5.15pm, followed by a wine reception. Professor Ryrie is a professor at Durham University in the Department of Read more about Alec Ryrie to give 2016 Reformation Day Lecture[…]

Fife Today Broadcasts 500th Anniversary Schedule

Soon after the announcement of the official events surrounding the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, Fife Today published an article broadcasting the programme to the local community. Featuring Dr Bridget Heal, it briefly details the history of the Reformation and the role it played in St Andrews. Read the article in its entirety: ‘Reformation 500th Read more about Fife Today Broadcasts 500th Anniversary Schedule[…]