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Title A companion to the Reformation in Central Europe / edited by Howard Louthan, Graeme Murdock.
Imprint Leiden : Brill, 2015.

Series Brill's companions to the Christian tradition ; volume 61
Brill's companions to the Christian tradition ; v. 61.
Subject Reformation -- Europe, Central.
Europe, Central -- Church history.
Description 1 online resource (xx, 484 pages : illustrations (some color), map).
Contents Part 1. Contexts and confessions. The lands of the Bohemian crown: conflict, coexistence, and the quest for the true church / Phillip Haberkern -- The Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth / Maciej Ptaszyński -- The Austrian lands / Astrid von Schlachta -- The kingdom of Hungary and principality of Transylvania / Márta Fata -- Reform before reform?: religious currents in Central Europe, c. 1500 / Natalia Nowakowska -- Protestant reformers: Johannes Honterus, Primus Truber, and Johannes a Lasco / Luka Ilić, Michael S. Springer and Edit Szegedi -- Antitrinitarianism / Mihály Balázs -- Catholic reformers: Stanislas Hosius, Melchior Khlesl, and Péter Pázmány / Rona Johnston, Howard Louthan and Tadgh Ó hAnnracháin -- Orthodox reform in a Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth / Liudmyla Sharipova -- Part 2. Communities and communication. Social and moral discipline / Alexander Schunka -- The town and the Reformation as an event / Rudolf Schlögl -- Nobles: between religious compromise and revolt / Václav Bůžek -- The monarch and court in the Habsburg lands / Mark Hengerer -- Education: the Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth / Michael Tworek -- Bibles and books: Bohemia and Hungary / Pál Ács and Howard Louthan -- Visual cultures / Maria Crăciun and Grażyna Jurkowlaniec -- Tolerance and intolerance / Laura Lisy-Wagner and Graeme Murdock.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary A Companion to the Reformation in Central Europe analyses the diverse Christian cultures of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, the Czech lands, Austria, and lands of the Hungarian kingdom between the 15th and 18th centuries. It establishes the geography of Reformation movements across this region, and then considers different movements of reform and the role played by Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox clergy. This volume examines different contexts and social settings for reform movements, and investigates how cities, princely courts, universities, schools, books, and images helped spread ideas about reform. This volume brings together expertise on diverse lands and churches to provide the first integrated account of religious life in Central Europe during the early modern period. Contributors are: Phillip Haberkern, Maciej Ptaszyński, Astrid von Schlachta, Márta Fata, Natalia Nowakowska, Luka Ilić, Michael Springer, Edit Szegedi, Mihály Balázs, Rona Johnston Gordon, Howard Louthan, Tadhg Ó hAnnracháin, Liudmyla Sharipova, Alexander Schunka, Rudolf Schlögl, Václav Bůžek, Mark Hengerer, Michael Tworek, Pál Ács, Maria Crăciun, Grażyna Jurkowlaniec, Laura Lisy-Wagner, and Graeme Murdock.
ISBN 9004301623 (electronic bk.)
9789004301627 (electronic bk.)
9789004255272 (hbk.) (e-book)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1163/9789004301627
OCLC # 918997552
Additional Format Hardback 9789004255272.

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