Westfield House offers two types of short courses out of regular term time on science and religion held at various venues within the University of Cambridge:
- Study Abroad Intensives are organised in participation with our partner institutions abroad. These offer study abroad students an opportunity to spend a short portion of their academic year here with visiting scholar
- Summer Short Courses are week-long events which allow in-depth introductory and specialised instruction in Lutheran history and theology. All interested persons are welcome to apply to attend our Summer Courses which allow for time to visit both the city of Cambridge and other areas of interest in the UK.
Summer Short Course: June 29 – July 6, 2019
“Martin Luther and the Reformation in England”
A new summer short course has been announced for June 29 – July 6, 2019. Join us and a small group of interested students to spend an unforgettable week in Cambridge, “the birthplace of the Reformation in England.” This course will address the early history of the Reformation in England and the impact of Luther’s work as a Reformer on English church history and theology. Participants will enjoy the readings, seminars and and several exciting field trips.
For more information contact Cynthia Lumley:firstname.lastname@example.org.
Readings in Luther Seminar
This seminar meets weekly throughout the Michaelmas and Lent terms to read and discuss significant writings of the Martin Luther spanning all phases of his career. The focus is on Luther’s own words and writings as primary source texts. All interested students and faculty are welcome to attend and participate.
Schedule and set texts for Michaelmas & Lent 2019-2020 TBA.