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A sourcebook of early modern European history : life, death, and everything in between, edited by Ute Lotz-Heumann

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A sourcebook of early modern European history : life, death, and everything in between
Title
A sourcebook of early modern European history
Title remainder
life, death, and everything in between
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edited by Ute Lotz-Heumann
Title variation
Source book of early modern European history
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Editor
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Language
eng
Summary
"A Sourcebook of Early Modern European History not only provides instructors of early modern European history with primary sources of a manageable length and translated into English, it also provides students with a concise explanation of their context and meaning.It is ideal for students of early modern history, and of early modern Europe in particular"--
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Provided by publisher
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940.2/2
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
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D 208 .S574 2019
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non fiction
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bibliography
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1966-
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Lotz-Heumann, Ute
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  • Europe
  • Europe
  • Europe
  • Europe
  • Europe
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A sourcebook of early modern European history : life, death, and everything in between, edited by Ute Lotz-Heumann
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Show me your horse and I will tell you who you are: Marx Fugger on horses as markers of social status, 1584 / by Pia F. Cuneo -- From Bohemia to Spain and back again: sports diplomacy in fifteenth-century Europe / by Paul Milliman -- Resisting and defending noble privileges in the new world: García De Contreras Figueroa before the Royal Appellate Court of New Spain, Mexico City, 1580 / by Michael Crawford -- "And so the old world has renewed": Magdalena Paumgartner of Nüremberg reveals the social significance of fashion, 1591 / by Ulinka Rublack -- In and out of the ivory tower: the scholar Conrad Pellikan starts a new life in Zürich in 1526 / by Bruce Gordon -- A Protestant pastor should set an example for his community: Johannes Brandmüller of Basel gets into trouble in 1591 / by Amy Nelson Burnett -- Spain, 1649: the inquisition disciplines two Catholic priests who shot the baby Jesus / by Allyson M. Poska -- Canterbury, 1560: slander and social order in an early modern town / by Catherine Richardson -- 'Popular duels': honor, violence, and reconciliation in an Augsburg street fight in 1642 / by B. Ann Tlusty -- Regulating day laborers' wages in sixteenth-century Zwickau / by Siegfried Hoyer -- Ore mountain miners stage a social protest in 1719 / by Helmut Bräuer -- Against corruption in all the estates: an early eighteenth-century pietist vision for universal reform through education / by Richard L. Gawthrop -- Life at a German court: the importance of equestrian skill in the early seventeenth century / by Pia F. Cuneo -- The constitutional treaty of a German city: Strasbourg, 1482 / by Thomas A. Brady, Jr -- Contested spaces: bishop and city in late fifteenth-century Augsburg / by J. Jeffery Tyler -- Uproar in Antwerp, 1522 / by Victoria Christman -- "We want the friar!" a civic uprising in Augsburg in 1524 / by Joel Van Amberg -- Bourges: public rituals of collective and personal identity in the middle of the sixteenth century / by Jonathan A. Reid -- Castres, 1561: a town erupts into religious violence / by Barbara B. Diefendorf -- Swiss towns put on a play: urban space as stage in the sixteenth century / by Kaspar von Greyerz -- Smoke, sound, and murder in sixteenth-century Paris / by Alan E. Bernstein -- Bologna's feast of the roast pig: a carnivalesque festival in a sixteenth-century Italian city square / by Nicholas Terpstra -- Taking control of village religion: Wendelstein in Franconia, 1524 / by Katherine G. Brady and Thomas A. Brady, Jr -- A Swiss village's religious settlement: Zizers in Graubünden, 1616 / by Randolph G. Head -- Mapping the unseen: a Bohemian Jesuit meets the Palaos Islanders, 1697 / by Ulrike Strasser -- Housefather and housemother: order and hierarchy in the early modern family / by Ute Lotz-Heumann -- Sexual crime and political conflict: an Alsatian nobleman is burned to death with his male lover in 1482 / by Christopher Ocker -- "O abomination!" a sixteenth-century sermon against adultery / by Curt Bostick -- Hans gallmeyer: seduction, bigamy, and forgery in an Augsburg workshop in 1565 / by Marjorie Elizabeth Plummer -- Professor Bryson's unfortunate engagement, Geneva, 1582 / by Karin Maag -- Gender relations in Germany during the Thirty Years' War: a groom refuses to marry his bride / by Heide Wunder -- Defining a new profession: ordinance regulating midwives, Nuremberg, 1522 / by Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks -- A chatty comedy about the birthing room: Johannes Praetorius observes women's lives in seventeenth-century Germany / by Gerhild Scholz Williams -- A letter sent from Augsburg in 1538: a Protestant minister writes to a friend about his illegitimate son / by Milton Kooistra -- Piedmont, 1712: son forced into monastery by his father manages to get out / by Anne Jacobson Schutte (?) -- A mother tries to reform her son: Elisabeth of Braunschweig's "motherly admonition" to her son Erich, 1545 / by Jill Bepler -- Old age outside the bosom of the family: Elizabeth Freke of Norfolk (d. 1714) / by Lynn a. Botelho -- Reformation by accident? martin luther's ninety-five theses of 1517 / by Scott H. Hendrix -- Thomas Müntzer: a radical alternative / by Günter Vogler -- Holy scripture alone: Philip Melanchthon and academic theology / by Nicole Kuropka -- Interpreting the Bible in the sixteenth century: John Calvin on the gospels of Luke and Matthew / by Bernard Roussel -- How to organize a church: John a Lasco on the election of ministers, 1555 / by Michael S. Springer -- What is a good death? Barbara Dürer, 1514 / by Helmut Puff -- A funeral sermon for Christian Röhrscheidt, law student in Leipzig, 1627 / by Cornelia Niekus Moore -- Pilsen, 1503: a wonderful apparition / by Kathryn A. Edwards -- Hornhausen: a Protestant miracle well in seventeenth-century germany / by Ute Lotz-Heumann -- Gent, 1658: the miracle of the breast milk -- or perhaps not / by Craig Harline -- A snapshot of Iberian religiosities: the inquisitorial case against the new Christian María de Sierra, 1651 / by David Graizbord -- "Blazing stars": interpreting comets as portents of the future in late seventeenth-century Germany / by Andrew Fix
  • Picturing witchcraft in late seventeenth-century Germany / by Charles Zika -- Loftur the sorcerer and clerical magic in eighteenth-century Iceland / by Thomas B. de Mayo -- Martin Luther defies Frederick the Wise: a letter from Borna, 1522 / by Heinz Schilling -- Philip Melanchthon justifies magisterial reform, 1539 / by James M. Estes -- The courage to avow the truth: Philip Melanchthon on the interim, 1548 / by Irene Dingel -- 6 july 1535 -- interpreting Thomas More's last words: god or king? / by Marjory E. Lange -- Mansfeld, 1554: follow-up to an ecclesiastical visitation / by Robert Christman -- Reformation mandates for the Pays de Vaud, 1536: how Bernese authorities tried to force their subjects to become Protestants / by James J. Blakeley -- Ministers and magistrates: the excommunication debate in Lausanne in 1558 / By Michael W. Bruening -- Who is in charge? politics, religion, and astrology during the Thirty Years' War / by Sigrun Haude -- Advocating religious tolerance: a Nuremberg letter of 1530 / by Berndt Hamm -- Assuring civil rights for religious minorities in sixteenth-century France / by Raymond A. Mentzer -- Turda, 1568: tolerance Transylvanian style / by Graeme Murdock -- Who suffered? A row in the Dublin privy council, 1605 / by Ute Lotz-Heumann -- Is the throne empty? James II's supposed desertion of 1688 discussed / by Peter Foley (?) -- Dubrovnik: a Catholic state under the Ottoman sultan / by James D. Tracy -- 'The red Jews' and protestant reformers / by Andrew Colin Gow -- Debating the reformation in Torgau, 1522 / by Craig Koslofsky -- A Freiburg citizen's response to luther in 1524 / by Tom Scott -- Augustin Bader of Augsburg (d. 1530): weaver, prophet, messianic king / by Robert J. Bast -- Should you consecrate bells? Johannes Eberlin Von Günzburg argues against an established religious practice in 1525 / by Euan Cameron -- Catholic preaching on the eve of the French wars of religion: a eucharistic battleground / by Larissa Juliet Taylor -- How to convince Catholics that Protestants have sex in the open air: Gabriel du Préau's catalogue of all heretics, 1569 / by Irena Backus -- The Luther family's flight: a counter-Reformation polemical broadsheet of the 1620s / by Barbara Stollberg-Rilinger -- God intervenes: a eucharistic miracle in the principality of Orange, 1678 / by S. Amanda Eurich -- Different confessions, difficult choices: Theodore Beza converts after thirteen years of inner struggles / by Scott M. Manetsch -- "A priest you were on Sunday -- Monday morning a minister": clerical conformity in eighteenth-century Ireland / by Monica Brennan -- A great poet describes his own times: John Milton's of reformation, 1641 / by David Cressy -- Thomas Gage in Guatemala: a Puritan's memoir of preaching among the Maya, 1648 / by Kevin Gosner -- The morality of doubt: the religious skeptics of seventeenth-century Venice / by Edward Muir
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxiv, 305 pages
Isbn
9780815373537
Lccn
2018039250
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Blanche & Mildred Holland Library.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1060184361
  • (OCoLC)on1060184361
Label
A sourcebook of early modern European history : life, death, and everything in between, edited by Ute Lotz-Heumann
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Show me your horse and I will tell you who you are: Marx Fugger on horses as markers of social status, 1584 / by Pia F. Cuneo -- From Bohemia to Spain and back again: sports diplomacy in fifteenth-century Europe / by Paul Milliman -- Resisting and defending noble privileges in the new world: García De Contreras Figueroa before the Royal Appellate Court of New Spain, Mexico City, 1580 / by Michael Crawford -- "And so the old world has renewed": Magdalena Paumgartner of Nüremberg reveals the social significance of fashion, 1591 / by Ulinka Rublack -- In and out of the ivory tower: the scholar Conrad Pellikan starts a new life in Zürich in 1526 / by Bruce Gordon -- A Protestant pastor should set an example for his community: Johannes Brandmüller of Basel gets into trouble in 1591 / by Amy Nelson Burnett -- Spain, 1649: the inquisition disciplines two Catholic priests who shot the baby Jesus / by Allyson M. Poska -- Canterbury, 1560: slander and social order in an early modern town / by Catherine Richardson -- 'Popular duels': honor, violence, and reconciliation in an Augsburg street fight in 1642 / by B. Ann Tlusty -- Regulating day laborers' wages in sixteenth-century Zwickau / by Siegfried Hoyer -- Ore mountain miners stage a social protest in 1719 / by Helmut Bräuer -- Against corruption in all the estates: an early eighteenth-century pietist vision for universal reform through education / by Richard L. Gawthrop -- Life at a German court: the importance of equestrian skill in the early seventeenth century / by Pia F. Cuneo -- The constitutional treaty of a German city: Strasbourg, 1482 / by Thomas A. Brady, Jr -- Contested spaces: bishop and city in late fifteenth-century Augsburg / by J. Jeffery Tyler -- Uproar in Antwerp, 1522 / by Victoria Christman -- "We want the friar!" a civic uprising in Augsburg in 1524 / by Joel Van Amberg -- Bourges: public rituals of collective and personal identity in the middle of the sixteenth century / by Jonathan A. Reid -- Castres, 1561: a town erupts into religious violence / by Barbara B. Diefendorf -- Swiss towns put on a play: urban space as stage in the sixteenth century / by Kaspar von Greyerz -- Smoke, sound, and murder in sixteenth-century Paris / by Alan E. Bernstein -- Bologna's feast of the roast pig: a carnivalesque festival in a sixteenth-century Italian city square / by Nicholas Terpstra -- Taking control of village religion: Wendelstein in Franconia, 1524 / by Katherine G. Brady and Thomas A. Brady, Jr -- A Swiss village's religious settlement: Zizers in Graubünden, 1616 / by Randolph G. Head -- Mapping the unseen: a Bohemian Jesuit meets the Palaos Islanders, 1697 / by Ulrike Strasser -- Housefather and housemother: order and hierarchy in the early modern family / by Ute Lotz-Heumann -- Sexual crime and political conflict: an Alsatian nobleman is burned to death with his male lover in 1482 / by Christopher Ocker -- "O abomination!" a sixteenth-century sermon against adultery / by Curt Bostick -- Hans gallmeyer: seduction, bigamy, and forgery in an Augsburg workshop in 1565 / by Marjorie Elizabeth Plummer -- Professor Bryson's unfortunate engagement, Geneva, 1582 / by Karin Maag -- Gender relations in Germany during the Thirty Years' War: a groom refuses to marry his bride / by Heide Wunder -- Defining a new profession: ordinance regulating midwives, Nuremberg, 1522 / by Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks -- A chatty comedy about the birthing room: Johannes Praetorius observes women's lives in seventeenth-century Germany / by Gerhild Scholz Williams -- A letter sent from Augsburg in 1538: a Protestant minister writes to a friend about his illegitimate son / by Milton Kooistra -- Piedmont, 1712: son forced into monastery by his father manages to get out / by Anne Jacobson Schutte (?) -- A mother tries to reform her son: Elisabeth of Braunschweig's "motherly admonition" to her son Erich, 1545 / by Jill Bepler -- Old age outside the bosom of the family: Elizabeth Freke of Norfolk (d. 1714) / by Lynn a. Botelho -- Reformation by accident? martin luther's ninety-five theses of 1517 / by Scott H. Hendrix -- Thomas Müntzer: a radical alternative / by Günter Vogler -- Holy scripture alone: Philip Melanchthon and academic theology / by Nicole Kuropka -- Interpreting the Bible in the sixteenth century: John Calvin on the gospels of Luke and Matthew / by Bernard Roussel -- How to organize a church: John a Lasco on the election of ministers, 1555 / by Michael S. Springer -- What is a good death? Barbara Dürer, 1514 / by Helmut Puff -- A funeral sermon for Christian Röhrscheidt, law student in Leipzig, 1627 / by Cornelia Niekus Moore -- Pilsen, 1503: a wonderful apparition / by Kathryn A. Edwards -- Hornhausen: a Protestant miracle well in seventeenth-century germany / by Ute Lotz-Heumann -- Gent, 1658: the miracle of the breast milk -- or perhaps not / by Craig Harline -- A snapshot of Iberian religiosities: the inquisitorial case against the new Christian María de Sierra, 1651 / by David Graizbord -- "Blazing stars": interpreting comets as portents of the future in late seventeenth-century Germany / by Andrew Fix
  • Picturing witchcraft in late seventeenth-century Germany / by Charles Zika -- Loftur the sorcerer and clerical magic in eighteenth-century Iceland / by Thomas B. de Mayo -- Martin Luther defies Frederick the Wise: a letter from Borna, 1522 / by Heinz Schilling -- Philip Melanchthon justifies magisterial reform, 1539 / by James M. Estes -- The courage to avow the truth: Philip Melanchthon on the interim, 1548 / by Irene Dingel -- 6 july 1535 -- interpreting Thomas More's last words: god or king? / by Marjory E. Lange -- Mansfeld, 1554: follow-up to an ecclesiastical visitation / by Robert Christman -- Reformation mandates for the Pays de Vaud, 1536: how Bernese authorities tried to force their subjects to become Protestants / by James J. Blakeley -- Ministers and magistrates: the excommunication debate in Lausanne in 1558 / By Michael W. Bruening -- Who is in charge? politics, religion, and astrology during the Thirty Years' War / by Sigrun Haude -- Advocating religious tolerance: a Nuremberg letter of 1530 / by Berndt Hamm -- Assuring civil rights for religious minorities in sixteenth-century France / by Raymond A. Mentzer -- Turda, 1568: tolerance Transylvanian style / by Graeme Murdock -- Who suffered? A row in the Dublin privy council, 1605 / by Ute Lotz-Heumann -- Is the throne empty? James II's supposed desertion of 1688 discussed / by Peter Foley (?) -- Dubrovnik: a Catholic state under the Ottoman sultan / by James D. Tracy -- 'The red Jews' and protestant reformers / by Andrew Colin Gow -- Debating the reformation in Torgau, 1522 / by Craig Koslofsky -- A Freiburg citizen's response to luther in 1524 / by Tom Scott -- Augustin Bader of Augsburg (d. 1530): weaver, prophet, messianic king / by Robert J. Bast -- Should you consecrate bells? Johannes Eberlin Von Günzburg argues against an established religious practice in 1525 / by Euan Cameron -- Catholic preaching on the eve of the French wars of religion: a eucharistic battleground / by Larissa Juliet Taylor -- How to convince Catholics that Protestants have sex in the open air: Gabriel du Préau's catalogue of all heretics, 1569 / by Irena Backus -- The Luther family's flight: a counter-Reformation polemical broadsheet of the 1620s / by Barbara Stollberg-Rilinger -- God intervenes: a eucharistic miracle in the principality of Orange, 1678 / by S. Amanda Eurich -- Different confessions, difficult choices: Theodore Beza converts after thirteen years of inner struggles / by Scott M. Manetsch -- "A priest you were on Sunday -- Monday morning a minister": clerical conformity in eighteenth-century Ireland / by Monica Brennan -- A great poet describes his own times: John Milton's of reformation, 1641 / by David Cressy -- Thomas Gage in Guatemala: a Puritan's memoir of preaching among the Maya, 1648 / by Kevin Gosner -- The morality of doubt: the religious skeptics of seventeenth-century Venice / by Edward Muir
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxiv, 305 pages
Isbn
9780815373537
Lccn
2018039250
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Blanche & Mildred Holland Library.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1060184361
  • (OCoLC)on1060184361

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