Enduring Loss in Early Modern Germany

Cross Disciplinary Perspectives

Edited by Lynne Tatlock, Washington University, St. Louis

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€158,00
$190.00
ISBN13: 
9789004184541
E-ISBN: 
9789004185340
Publication Date: 
July 2010
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Hardback
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Pages, Illustr.: 
xxx, 478 pp. (incl. 47 illustrations)
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ISSN: 
1547-1217
Volume: 
50

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.
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Volume: 
42
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004162761
E-ISBN: 
9789047431640
Publication date: 
November 2007
€76,20
$91.80
€127,00
$153.00

Jose Raymund Canoy, University of Oklahoma

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...
Series: 
Volume: 
41
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004157088
E-ISBN: 
9789047419334
Publication date: 
March 2007
€76,20
$91.80
€127,00
$153.00

Elizabeth Janik, Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia

This book is a social history of musical life in Berlin; it investigates the tangled relationship between music and politics in 20th-century Germany, emphasizing the division of Berlin’s musical community between east and west in the early Cold War era.
Series: 
Volume: 
40
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004146617
Publication date: 
October 2005
€76,20
$91.80
€127,00
$153.00

Barnet Hartston, Eckerd College

This book examines a number of sensational trials involving anti-Semitism in early Imperial Germany. Press coverage of these court cases helped to spur public debates about the nature of Judaism and the role and influence of Jews in German society.
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Volume: 
39
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004146549
Publication date: 
September 2005
€76,20
$91.80
€127,00
$153.00

Thomas Max Safley, University of Pennsylvania

This volume provides fascinating new insights into the agency of the laboring poor in early modern Europe. Based on more than 5,000 biographical accounts of orphans in the city of Augsburg, it explores their responses to changing social and economic circumstances and their utilization of social...
Series: 
Volume: 
38
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9780391042247
Publication date: 
October 2005
€76,20
$91.80
€127,00
$153.00

Edited by Dean Phillip Bell, Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies,Chicago and Stephen G. Burnett, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

This volume brings together important research on the reception and representation of Jews and Judaism in late medieval German thought, the works of major Reformation-era theologians, scholars, and movements, and in popular literature and the visual arts. It also explores social, intellectual,...
Series: 
Volume: 
37
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9789004149472
Publication date: 
January 2006
€127,00
$153.00

Katherine Aaslestad, West Virginia University

This study examines North Germany during the transformative era of the French Revolution, Napoleonic occupation, and Wars of Liberation; it reveals international exploitation, military occupation, economic destruction of the city-state Hamburg as well as the republic’s liberation and post...
Series: 
Volume: 
36
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9780391042285
Publication date: 
September 2005
€76,20
$91.80
€127,00
$153.00

David Mayes, Sam Houston State University

Mayes describes Communal Christianity, a free-standing, a-confessional Christianity cultivated by the peasant communes of an early modern German region. He relates the history and fate of this practice and elucidates how competing confessionalized cultures emerged in certain locales after 1648.
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Volume: 
35
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9780391042254
Publication date: 
August 2004
€76,20
$91.80
€127,00
$153.00

Robert Beachy, Goucher College

This volume offers a detailed account of Leipzig’s social and political history from 1750-1840 and then argues persuasively that the city played a catalytic role in the introduction of a Saxon constitutional monarchy after 1830.
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Volume: 
34
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9780391041424
Publication date: 
October 2005
€76,20
$91.80
€127,00
$153.00

Edited by Marcus Funck, Technische Universität Berlin and Roger Chickering, Georgetown University

This volume explores the urban experience of war in twentieth-century Europe. Eleven essays draw from seven European countries to examine the impact of strategic bombing, occupation, urban rituals of war, and urban reconstruction in the wake of war.
Series: 
Volume: 
33
Format: 
Hardback
ISBN: 
9780391041967
Publication date: 
April 2004
€127,00
$153.00

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