Women And The Reformation

Author: Kirsi Stjerna
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1444359045
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Examining individual stories from women of the times, this volume includes biographical sketches from figures as diverse as the ex-nun Katharina von Bora Luther and Queen Jeanne d’Albret, the prophetess Ursula Jost and the learned Olimpia ...

Defender Of The Most Holy Matriarchs

Author: Mickey Leland Mattox
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004128948
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Jahrhundertfeier der Reformation veröffentlicht von den Mitarbeitern der
Weimarer Lutherausgabe, (Weimar: Hermann Böhlau, 1917), 143. On Katharina
Luther, one may still consult Roland Bainton, “Katherina von Bora,” chapter 2 in
his Women of the Reformation in Germany and Italy, (Minneapolis: Augsburg,
1971), pp. 23–44. More recently, see Helmar Junghans, “Katharina Luther in the
Light and in the Shadow of the Reformation,” in Ad Fontes Lutheri: Toward the
Recovery of the ...

Historical Dictionary Of The Reformation And Counter Reformation

Author: Michael Mullett
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 9780810873933
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A superb presentation of texts on this subject is assembled in Tom Scott and Bob
Scribner, eds., The German Peasants' War: A History in Documents. The role of
women in Reformation Germany is explored in the groundbreaking work by
Roland H. Bainton, Women of the Reformation in Germany and Italy, and in Peter
Matheson, Argula von Grumbach: A Woman's Voice in the Reformation. There
are special studies of the Counter-Reformation in the German Lands, in: Robert
Bireley, ...

Lutheran Identity And Political Theology

Author: Carl-Henric Grenholm
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1630877360
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Few women were able to break the barriers in this until the secular laws opened
universities for women. Women have, though, found ways to bypass the
obstacles. The visionary writers of the Middle Ages are a brilliant example of such
creativity. In the Reformation era, the examples are fewer but outstanding. (E.g.
Olimpia Morata, an Italian court-educated scholar had language skills surpassing
those of her male academic associates, she was called an “Amazon” for her
academic ...

Nails In The Wall

Author: Amy Leonard
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226472577
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She tells the story of how they worked privately to keep Catholicism alive - continuing to pray in Latin, smuggling in priests to celebrate Mass, and secretly professing scores of novices to ensure the survival of their convents.

Katharina Sch Tz Zell 1 The Life And Thought Of A Sixteenth Century Reformer

Author: Elsie Anne McKee
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9789004111257
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However, many of the earlier writers valued her more in relationship to other
people or events than as a person or thinker in her own right, and many of the
recent writers have had limited access to the primary sources. One of the best
and most commonly used texts in English is Roland Bainton's biographical
sketch "Katherine Zell," in Medievalia et Humanistica, pp. 3-28 (reprinted in
Women in the Reformation in Germany and Italy). Bainton is actually one of the
few who have read the ...

A History Of Women Philosophers

Author: M.E. Waithe
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9400925514
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Backer, Dorothy Anne Liot. Precious Women. New York: Basic Books, 1974.
Bainton, Roland H. Women of the Reformation in France and England.
Minneapolis: Ausgburg Publishing House, 1973; Boston: Beacon Press, 1975. —
Women of the Reformation in Germany & Italy. Minneapolis: Augsburg Publishing
House, 1975. — Women of the Reformation from Spain to Scandinavia.
Minneapolis: Augsburg Publishing House, 1977. Balić, C. Joannus Duns Scotus,
Doctor Immaculatae ...

Juan De Vald S And The Italian Reformation

Author: Dr Massimo Firpo
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1472439791
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In this book Massimo Firpo traces the origins of Valdés’ religious experience in Erasmian Spain and in the movement of the alumbrados, and underlines the large influence of his teachings after his death all over Italy and beyond.

Ladies Of The Reformation Germany Switzerland France Italy And Spain

Author: James Anderson (of Edinburgh.)
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By these and other means, the doctrines of the Reformation excited a general
fermentation through almost the whole of Italy. They spread more or less
extensively in Ferrara, Modena, Bologna, Venice, Naples and Sicily, in the
Milanese and Siennese, in tho cities of Lucca and Locarno, and in other cities. In
Italy, as in other countries, the proclamation of the doctrines of the Reformation
found a ready echo in the heart of woman. At the close of the fifteenth century any
piety existing there ...