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Edited by Arianne Baggerman, Erasmus University Rotterdam and University of Amsterdam , Rudolf Dekker, Center for the Study of Egodocuments and History, Amsterdam, and Michael Mascuch, University of California, Berkeley
Edited by Roger Chickering, Georgetown University and David M. Luebke, University of Oregon
Randall Lesaffer, Tilburg University, Catholic University of Leuven
Edited by Stephen Clucas, Peter J. Forshaw and Valery Rees
This collection of essays presents new work on the Renaissance philosopher Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499) which explores aspects of Ficino’s own thought and the sources which he used, and traces his influence on the philosophy of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Eric Jorink (translated by Peter Mason)
The conviction that Nature was God's second revelation played a crucial role in early modern Dutch culture. This book offers a fascinating account on how Dutch intellectuals contemplated, investigated, represented and collected natural objects, and how the notion of the 'Book of Nature' was ...
Edited by Willemien Otten, Arjo Vanderjagt & Hent de Vries
This volume contains articles on various aspects of literary imagination, with essays ranging from Petrarch to Voltaire, on the canon, with essays on western history as one of shifting cultural ideals, and on the Christian Middle Ages. The volume is a Festschrift for Burcht Pranger of the ...
Edited by Peter Biller, Caterina Bruschi and Shelagh Sneddon
This book provides an edition and translation of depositions of heresy suspects interrogated in Toulouse in the 1270s. These depositions plug a large hole in the history of heresy and inquisition, and they are reminiscent of Montaillou in their sheer colour and liveliness
Herausgegeben von Christian Moser und Peter Opitz, unter Mitwirkung von Hans Ulrich Bächtold, Luca Baschera und Alexandra Kess
Die Beiträge dieser Festschrift für den Zürcher Reformationshistoriker Emidio Campi beleuchten ausgewählte Aspekte, welche die Geschichte des reformierten Protestantismus als komplexen Prozess von Bewegung und Beharrung ausmachen.
This study analyzes the ways in which a variety of cultural manifestations were the necessary preconditions for (religious) policy and power in the Rome of Urban VIII (1623-1644). Precisely their interaction created what we now call ‘Baroque Culture’.
Edited by Christopher Ocker, Michael Printy, Peter Starenko, and Peter Wallace
These twenty-six essays examine urban, rural, national, and imperial histories in Early Modern Europe and abroad, and politics in Reformation Switzerland, Burgundy, Germany, and the Netherlands.
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