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Postponed — Reynolda Conference: Becoming American: Moravians and Their Neighbors, 1772–1822, with Katherine Mary Faull

Date: Sat, April 18, 2020
Time: 10:30am - 1:00pm
Location:

Auditorium, Reynolda House Museum of American Art

Cost:

Free

This program has been postponed due to the growing health concerns around the coronavirus, or COVID-19.  


Reynolda House will host a panel of historians discussing fifty years of dynamic exchange of cultural, religious, and social practices between Moravians and their neighbors—Indigenous, African, and European. At 11:30 a.m., visiting scholar Katherine Mary Faull (Bucknell University) will deliver a talk, “‘In Essentials, Unity; in Non-essentials, Liberty; and in all Things, Love’: Tracing Identity in the 18th-century Moravian Lebenslauf (Spiritual Memoir).” This educational opportunity represents the second and final Mellon-funded Reynolda Conference in partnership with Wake Forest University.

This event is held in partnership with Old Salem Museums & Gardens and the Moravian Archives.


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