Religion and Society in the Age of the Reformation


Religion and Society in the Age of the Reformation. The social history of religion in the age of the Protestant Reformation and Catholic Renewal; ritual and community in the fifteenth century; the Protestant Reformation and social change; the urban reformation in Germany and Switzerland; women and reform; Protestant and Catholic marriage, household and kinship; Catholic renewal; the formation of religious confessional identities; religion and violence; interpreting "popular" religious culture; and witchcraft. One course.

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Emotions and Psychology of the Self


Europe and Russia