Since 1991 the European Reformation Research Group has been the UK’s principal forum for postgraduates and researchers working on all aspects of the religious history of early modern Europe, including the British Isles. From the group’s inception a central aim has been to provide an opportunity for early career scholars, particularly postgraduate students, to discuss their research in its early stages. Established scholars are also very welcome. ERRG membership comprises those who share an interest in Reformation History, widely conceived.

The ERRG annual conference in early September has been held at a variety of locations in England, Scotland and Wales. The conference’s orientation towards postgraduate research means that there are no ‘keynote’ speakers and that all members are invited to participate on equal terms. Every effort is made to keep conference costs to a minimum, and bursaries are made available whenever possible.

ERRG also regularly produces volumes of scholarly essays arising from its conferences. These are not ‘conference proceedings’ but commercially and intellectually viable ventures, in which a number of ERRG members have gained their first publications.

For more information, please contact Dr Anna French (University of Liverpool), the present General Secretary of ERRG.