Remembering the Reformation Digitised Exhibition
A new digital exhibition on the Reformation has been launched, featuring more than 130 items, it brings together a fascinating array of manuscripts, books and objects – from defaced missals, mnemonics, clocks, and even a viking horn – to illustrate how the events of the Reformation have been “remembered, forgotten, contested and re-invented”. This exhibition is a collaboration between Cambridge University Library, Lambeth Palace Library, and York Minster Library.
The curators of the exhibition are a team of historians (Alexandra Walsham and Ceri Law) and literary scholars (Brian Cummings and Bronwyn Wallace) as part of the ‘Remembering the Reformation’ project, based jointly at the Universities of Cambridge and York. For more information on the project, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, see their webpage.