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Pietism in Germany and North America 1680-1820

Author: Jonathan Strom; Hartmut Lehmann; James Van Horn Melton
Publisher: Farnham, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Emerging in German speaking lands during the 17th century, Pietism was closely related to Puritanism, sharing similar evangelical and heterogeneous characteristics. This title explores different  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Strom; Hartmut Lehmann; James Van Horn Melton
ISBN: 9780754664017 0754664015
OCLC Number: 233484864
Notes: "Most of the essays in this volume had their origin in a conference organized at Emory University in 2004, 'Pietism in Two Worlds: Transmissions of Dissent in Germany and North America, 1680-1820'. Emory's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the German Historical Institute in Washington, D.C. provided significant funding that made this international conference possible."
Description: x, 289 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: pietism in two worlds / Jonathan Strom --
Part I. Defining Pietism in the World of Transatlantic Religious Revivals: --
1. Pietism in the world of transatlantic religious revivals / Hartmut Lehmann --
2. Some thoughts on pietism in American religious history / Stephen J. Stein --
3. Communication networks as one aspect of pietist definition: the example of radical pietist connections between colonial North America and Europe / D.F. Durnbaugh --
4. Religion in the Atlantic world: the Ebenezer communication network, 1732-1828 / Alexander Pyrges --
Part II. Dissent and Migration: Old World Heritage: --
5. Johanna Eleonora Petersen in the context of women's and gender studies / Ruth Albrecht --
6. Homeless minds: the migration of radical pietists, their writings, and ideas in early modern Europe / Douglas H. Shantz --
7. From Jakob Böhme via Jane Leade to Eva von Buttlar: transmigrations and transformations of religious ideas / Willi Temme --
8. Traveling prophets: inspirationists wandering through Europe and to the New World: mission, transmission of divine word, poetry / Hans-Jürgen Schrader --
Part III. Dissent and Migration: New World Confrontations: --
9. Heinrich Melchior Mühlenberg and the pietisms in colonial America / Hermann Wellenreuther --
10. 'Only brothers should be accepted into this proposed council': restricting women's leadership in Moravian Bethlehem / Beverly Prior Smaby --
11. The evolution of the Bethlehem Pilgergemeine / Katharine Carté Engel --
12. 'Don't teach my Negroes to be pietists': pietism and the roots of the black Protestant church / Jon Sensbach --
13. 'If you want to be the Lord's servant, resign yourself to confrontation': the pietist challenge in early Georgia / Helene M. Kastinger Riley --
Part IV. New Directions in Research: --
14. Halle pietism and the Prussian state: infiltration, dissent, and subversion / Benjamin Marschke --
15. Pietism, print culture, and Salzburg Protestantism on the eve of expulsion / James Van Horn Melton --
16. 'The hope of better times': pietism and the Jews / Christopher Clark --
17. How to incorporate gender in Lutheran pietism research: narratives and counter-narratives / Ulrike Gleixner.
Responsibility: edited by Jonathan Strom, Hartmut Lehmann, James Van Horn Melton.
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