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Religious Diaspora in Early Modern Europe : Strategies of Exile

By: Fehler, Timothy G.
Contributor(s): Kroeker, Greta Grace | Parker, Charles H | Ray, Jonathan.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Religious Cultures in the Early Modern World: Publisher: London : Pickering & Chatto Publishers, 2014Edition: 1.Description: 1 online resource (265 p.).ISBN: 9781781443972.Subject(s): Europe -- Religion | Exiles -- Religious life -- Europe | Religion and sociology -- Europe | Religious minorities -- Europe -- HistoryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Religious Diaspora in Early Modern Europe : Strategies of ExileDDC classification: 306.6 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Acknowledgements; List of Contributors; List of Figures; Introduction; 1. Trade in Tolerance; 2. Swimming Against the Tide; 3. Populating a 'Nest of Pirates, Murtherers, etc.'; 4. Exile, Education and Eschatology; 5. Missionaries as Exiles; 6. Niccolò Guidalotto da Mondavio and his City View of Constantinople; 7. Educating for Martyrdom; 8. Freedom as Exile; 9. Coping with Poverty; 10. Anabaptist Migration to Moravia and the Hutterite Brethren; 11. Chaos and Community; 12. Displaced Intellectuals and Rebuilt Networks; Notes; Index
Summary: This collection of essays looks at the shared experience of exile across different groups in the early modern period. Contributors argue that exile is a useful analytical tool in the study of a wide variety of peoples previously examined in isolation.
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Acknowledgements; List of Contributors; List of Figures; Introduction; 1. Trade in Tolerance; 2. Swimming Against the Tide; 3. Populating a 'Nest of Pirates, Murtherers, etc.'; 4. Exile, Education and Eschatology; 5. Missionaries as Exiles; 6. Niccolò Guidalotto da Mondavio and his City View of Constantinople; 7. Educating for Martyrdom; 8. Freedom as Exile; 9. Coping with Poverty; 10. Anabaptist Migration to Moravia and the Hutterite Brethren; 11. Chaos and Community; 12. Displaced Intellectuals and Rebuilt Networks; Notes; Index

This collection of essays looks at the shared experience of exile across different groups in the early modern period. Contributors argue that exile is a useful analytical tool in the study of a wide variety of peoples previously examined in isolation.

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