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Author: R.W. Scribner,Trevor Johnson
ISBN: 0333614569
Language: English
Pages: 296 pages
Category: World
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (August 16, 1996)
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Studies in the field of popular religion have for some time been among the most innovative in social and cultural history, but until . Part of the Themes in Focus book series (TIF). Chapters Table of contents (10 chapters).

Studies in the field of popular religion have for some time been among the most innovative in social and cultural history, but until now there have been few publications providing any adequate overvie. About About this book.

His main focus was the German-speaking Reformation. Popular religion in Germany and central Europe, 1400–1800. Basingstoke : St. Martin's Press, 1996. Popular culture and popular movements in reformation Germany, London ; Ronceverte, WV : Hambledon Press, 1988.

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Studies in the field of popular religion have for some time been among the most innovative in social and cultural history, but until now there have been few publications providing any adequate overview for Germany and the Holy Roman Empire.

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item 1 Scribner & Johnson: Popular Religion in Germany & Central Europe, 1400- -Scribner & Johnson: Popular Religion in Germany & Central Europe, 1400-. Nine essays cover topics ranging over nearly four centuries of German history, including late-medieval female piety, attitudes towards the Jews and attempts to implement Protestant reform in German villages.

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Europe (c. 1400-1458) provides students and scholars alike with a rich array of famous and lesser known figures and events . A central theme is the role of foreigners and the spaces and buildings associated with them from ghettos, churches and hospitals to colleges, inns and markets. 1400-1458) provides students and scholars alike with a rich array of famous and lesser known figures and events spanning from Scandinavia to Italy and Iberia, and from Scotland to Lithuania and Greece. Aeneas focused on the reign of Holy Roman Emperor Frederick III, who began his rule in 1440, creating a frame narrow enough to allow the author to move with ease across the continent.

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Studies in the field of popular religion have for some time been among the most innovative in social and cultural history, but until now there have been few publications providing any adequate overview for Germany and the Holy Roman Empire. This volume presents the results of recent research by younger scholars working on major aspects of this subject. The nine essays range over nearly four centuries of German history, encompassing late-medieval female piety, propaganda for radical Hussite dissent, attitudes towards the Jews, legitimation for the witchcraze on the eve of the Reformation, attempts to implement Protestant reform in German villages, Reformation attacks on popular magic and female culture, problems of defining the Reformation in small German towns, Protestant popular prophecy and formation of confessional identity, and the missionising strategies of the Counter-Reformation.