Titles in this series address the discursive constructions of religious dissent and the practices of radical movements in the early modern world. The series transcends traditional national and confessional historiographies to examine early modern religious culture as a dynamic system that was essential in forging complex identities and encouraging dialogue among them. The editors seek manuscripts that consider questions of dissent, radicalism, dissidence, libertinism, heresy, and heterodoxy, and examine these themes historically as socio-cultural constructions.
Scientific Advisory Board: Nigel Smith (Princeton University), Sophie Houdard (University of Paris 3), Alexander Schunka (Freie Universität Berlin), Adelisa Malena (Università Ca’ Foscari), Tamar Herzig (Tel Aviv University), Daniela Solfaroli Camillocci (Université de Genève)
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