On the occasion of the 12th European History Days, the Association of Historians offers a great synthesis of European history through more than 30 lectures on History, History of Arts and Music, provided by eminent historians. Dedicated this year to the religious history of Europe, from the Roman Empire to the present day, these days will be held on Friday January 23 and Saturday January 24 at the Sorbonne in Paris.
These Days, accessible to a non-scientific audience, aim to make Europe better known and understood today through its history.
This program, provided by eminent historians, will relate the history of religious development on the European continent. It will present, century after century, the religious state of Europe. It will tell about the search for religious unity, the development and hegemony of Christianity, the struggles and the fractures that have resulted from it until today. It will show the variations of the relationship with the divine in European societies over time and the marks they left in the Arts and Music.
The 12th European History Book Fair will be held during the Days and will welcome French-speaking publishers in history, art history and geopolitics, as well as signing sessions.
Europe and its gods, religious history of Europe from the Roman Empire to the present day. Friday January 23 and Saturday January 24, 2015 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sorbonne Sorbonne - 108 Boulevard Malesherbes, Paris XVIIe.