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Finn Schulze-Feldmann is a PhD student at the Warburg Institute (University of London). After receiving his undergraduate degree in History and Musicology from the University of Potsdam, he completed his Master’s in ‘Cultural and Intellectual History, 1300–1650’ at the Warburg Institute. His doctoral research is centred on the sixteenth-century reception of Sibylline oracles. Specifically, Finn is interested in the interplay of non-Christian religious practices and the simultaneous changes in the intellectual landscape during the Reformation.