On 28 October, a conference will be held in Valladolid to analyse the role of Emperor Charles V in the various revolts he had to face during his reign.
Four members of the Scientific Committee of the Cooperation Network of the Routes of the Emperor Charles V will address issues related to the revolts during the reign of Emperor Charles V. Alain Servantie, director of the Scientific Committee, will focus his talk on the emperor's relations both with Suleiman I and with the various popes he met during his years as emperor; Carlos Belloso, from the European University Miguel de Cervantes (Valladolid), will analyse the Communist uprising; Ludolf Pelizaeus, from the University of Bonn (Germany), will focus on the Protestant revolts in the Holy Roman Empire against the authority of Charles V; Röel Jacobs, head of Culture and Tourism in Brussels, will deal with the revolt of Ghent against Charles V; and Carlos José Hernando Sánchez, from the University of Valladolid, will focus on the revolts and rebellions that occurred in the kingdoms of Naples and Sicily during the reign of Charles V.
The conference will be held at the Casa de Zorrilla in Valladolid, in the Narciso Alonso Cortés Hall, and will be attended, in addition to the aforementioned historians, by the President of the Cooperation Network of the Routes of the Emperor Charles V, Miguel Angel Martín Ramos, and Ana Redondo, Councillor for Tourism and Culture of Valladolid City Council.
Finally, it should be noted that places are limited until full capacity is reached. It will also be possible to follow the development of the conference through the social networks of the Cooperation Network of the Routes of the Emperor Charles V. In the near future, we will provide information on how to follow the conference live.