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The sources and applied work processes in Heinrich Bullinger’s Reformation History are analyzed in the context of the theological assumptions and methodological claims of Bullinger’s historiography, which are classified against the background of early modern humanist and confessional ...
Jonathan A. Reid
This study establishes the existence of a network of reformers led by the French king’s sister, Marguerite of Navarre, and traces their monumental, and ultimately stymied, attempt from 1520 to 1550 to renew the French church along evangelical (Protestant) lines.
Edited by Luca Baschera and Christian Moser
Girolamo Zanchi’s De religione christiana fides offers an insight into his mature theology and reflects the development of Reformed dogmatics and polemic more generally in the late 16th century. It therefore provides an interesting picture of the theology of a whole era.
Hermann von Kerssenbrock, translated with introduction and notes by Christopher S. Mackay
This is the only accurate translation of the main historical source for the Anabaptist kingdom of Münster (1534-35). The author’s conceptions have had a profound influence on later interpretation of one of the most unusual events of the German Reformation.
Edited by Sarah Blick and Rita Tekippe
These essays explore the visual experience and material culture associated with medieval pilgrimage shrines of northern Europe and Britain, particularly the art and architecture created to intensify spiritual experience for pilgrims and provide lingering stimuli for remembrance from afar.
Elsie Anne McKee
This source publication of the complete writings of an outstanding woman reformer of the early Reformation sheds new light on the appropriation of Protestantism by "ordinary" urban laity, and demonstrates their contributions to the theology and practice of religious reform.
Edited by Christian Krieger and Marc Lienhard
This volume gathers the conference papers of an international colloquium held in Strasbourg. It sheds new light on the thought and work of Martin Bucer, his impact on sixteenth century Europe, and his role in the progress of the Reformation in various countries and regions. Dieser Berichtband ...
Jonathan Schorsch, Columbia University
Drawing heavily on Inquisition sources, this book rereads race, religion and politics among three newly and incompletely Christianized groups in the seventeenth-century Iberian Atlantic world: Judeoconversos, Afroiberians and Amerindians.
Edited by Claus Zittel, Gisela Engel, Romano Nanni, and Nicole C. Karafyllis
The essays in the present volume attempt to historically reconstruct the various dependencies of philosophical and scientific knowledge of the material and technical culture of the Early Modern era and to draw systematic conclusions for the writing of Early Modern history of science.
Karel Davids, VU University Amsterdam
This book provides a wide-ranging overview of Dutch technological leadership in the early modern Europe, it explains whence this leadership came about and why it ended and it explores to what extent the Dutch case illuminates the evolution of technological leadership in general.
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