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Exile and Religious Identity, 1500–1800




ISBN 9781138546035
Published February 27, 2018 by Routledge
288 Pages

 
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Exile was a central feature of society throughout the early modern world. For this reason the contributors to this volume see exile as a critical framework for analysing and understanding society at this time.

Table of Contents

Introduction – Jesse Spohnholz and Gary K. Waite  Part I: The Experience of Exile and the Consolidation of Religious Identities  1 ‘Count Every Step in my Flight’: Rhegius’s and Luther’s Consolations for Evangelical Exiles, 1531–3 – Hans B. Leaman  2 Saints beyond Borders: Relics and the Expatriate English Catholic Community – Liesbeth Corens  3 Religious and Family Identity in Exile: Anne Percy, Countess of Northumberland in the Low Countries – Katy Gibbons  4 The Reformed of Orange: Community Identity and Exile – Françoise Moreil  Part II: The Experience of Exile and the Destabilization of Religious Identities  5 Dirck Volckertz Coornhert: Exile and Religious Coexistence – Mirjam van Veen  6 Isaac Nabrusch, Christian and Jew: A Pious Man at Life’s Many Crossroads – Tomás A. Mantecόn  7 Justus Velsius Haganus: An Erudite but Rambling Prophet – Hans de Waardt  8 Instability and Insecurity: Dutch Women Refugees in Germany and England, 1550–1600 – Jesse Spohnholz  9 Heresy and Commercial Exchanges in Early Modern Northern Spain – Susana Truchuelo  Part III: The Memory of Exile  10 Converso Migration and Social Stratification: Textual Representations of the Marrano from Iberia to Rome, 1480–1550 – Marta Albalá Pelegrín  11 Conversos and Spiritualists in Spain and the Netherlands: The Experience of Inner Exile, c. 1540–1620 – Gary K. Waite  12 The Shaping of a Religious Migration: The Sacro Macello of 1620 and the Refugees from Valtellina – Alessandro Pastore  13 Calvinist Discourse on Cannibalism in the Context of the French Religious Wars: Jean de Léry and the Cultural Exile of the Tupí – Jorge Díaz Ceballos

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