Publication year: 2007
Edited by Randolph C. Head, University of California, Riverside and Daniel Christensen, Biola University
Interdisciplinary essays on early modern Germany that address orthodoxy and its challenges in religion, politics, and the arts. Confronting the transformation of normative canons after the Reformation, the essays investigate authority and knowledge in an era of shifting cultural foundations.
Jose Raymund Canoy
This book examines the complex and paradoxical relationship between authoritarian policing and the social and economic modernization of postwar Germany’s largest and most historically “authentic” state, as Bavaria joined the rest of the Federal Republic in a passage from postwar crisis to ...
The first academic book concerning the most interesting archaeological discoveries of Medieval date (6th-mid 13th centuries) in Poland. The book is meant mainly for students, archaeologists and historians. It will also interest a wider audience interested in the history and archaeology of ...
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