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Topographies of tolerance and intolerance : responses to religious pluralism in Reformation Europe

Author: Marjorie Elizabeth Plummer; Victoria Christman
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2018]
Series: Studies in Central European histories, volume 64
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Topographies of Tolerance and Intolerance challenges the narrative of a simple progression of tolerance and the establishment of confessional identity during the early modern period. These essays explore the lived experiences of religious plurality, providing insights into the developments and drawbacks of religious coexistence in this turbulent period. The essays examine three main groups of actors--the laity,  Read more...
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Topographies of tolerance and intolerance.
Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2018]
(DLC) 2018030393
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Marjorie Elizabeth Plummer; Victoria Christman
ISBN: 9789004371309 9004371303
OCLC Number: 1050455310
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Ideology, pragmatism, and coexistence: religious tolerance in the early modern West / Victoria Christman --
Resisting biconfessionalism and coexistence in the common territories of the Western Swiss Confederation / James Blakeley --
The persecution of witches and the discourse on toleration in early modern Germany / William Bradford Smith --
Coexistence and confessionalization: Emden's topography of religious pluralism / Timothy G. Fehler --
Concubinaries as citizens: mediating confessional plurality in Westphalian towns, 1550-1650 / David M. Luebke --
Imagined conversations: strategies for survival in the dialogues rustiques / Shira C. Weidenbaum --
Anabaptists and seventeenth-century arguments for religious toleration in Switzerland and the Netherlands / Geoffrey Dipple --
Celebrating peace in biconfessional Augsburg: Lutheran churches and remembrance culture / Emily Fisher Gray --
Discord via toleration: clerical conflict in the post-Westphalian imperial territories / David Mayes --
Parish clergy, patronage rights, and regional politics in the convent churches of Welter, 1532-1697 / Marjorie Elizabeth Plummer.
Series Title: Studies in Central European histories, volume 64
Responsibility: edited By Marjorie Elizabeth Plummer, Victoria Christman.

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"Topographies of Tolerance and Intolerance challenges the narrative of a simple progression of tolerance and the establishment of confessional identity during the early modern period. These essays explore the lived experiences of religious plurality, providing insights into the developments and drawbacks of religious coexistence in this turbulent period. The essays examine three main groups of actors--the laity, parish clergy, and unacknowledged religious minorities--in pre- and post-Westphalian Europe. Throughout this period, the laity navigated their own often-fluid religious beliefs, the expectations of conformity held by their religious and political leaders, and the complex realities of life that involved interactions with coreligious and non-co-religious family, neighbors, and business associates on a daily basis"--

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