Conversion Narratives to host Carnivalesque

On the 28/29th April the Conversion Narratives blog will be hosting Carnivalesque, the blog carnival for pre-modern history. A blog carnival is a blog-post that contains links to posts on other blogs – acting as a great meeting place for different bloggers with a shared theme.

For our conversion carnival the idea is that bloggers interested in early modern conversion or other religious themes come together. Blogs are nominated – you can of course nominate yourself  – via the carnivalesque site:

www.carnivalesque.org

If you’re an early modern blogger or if you have a favourite blog let us know – let the conversion carnival begin!

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