The Portable Nietzsche New York: Penguin,Kaufmann, trans.
A vivid and accessible reappraisal of the frequently uneasy relationship between the Victorian clergyman and his congregation.
Cambridge University Press Format Available: A Rural Society after the Black Death is a study of rural social structure in the English county of Essex between and It seeks to understand how, in the population collapse after the Black Deatha particular economic environment affected ordinary people's lives in the areas of migration, marriage and employment, and also contributed to patterns of religious nonconformity, agrarian riots and unrest, and even rural housing.
The period under scrutiny is often seen as a transitional era between 'medieval' and 'early-modern' England, but in the light of recent advances in English historical demography, this study suggests that there was more continuity than change in some critically important aspects of social structure in the region in question.
Among the most important contributions of the book are its use of an unprecedentedly wide range of original manuscript records estate and manorial records, taxation and criminal-court records, royal tenurial records, and the records of church courts, wills etc.An Analysis of 'The Institutes of the Christian Religion' of John Calvin.
Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, Chrisman, Miriam Usher, and Otto Grundler, eds. Social Groups and Religious Ideas in the Sixteenth Century.
Kalamazoo: Medeval Institue of Western Michigan. Miriam Usher Chrisman's detailed study of the effects of printing in Strasbourg, Lay Culture, Learned Culture: Books and Social Change in Strasbourg, (New Haven: Yale University Press, ) delves into the cultural lag on one side and the aggressive activism on the other: "The production of this Catholic literature, much of which.
UI Press | Edited by Miriam Forman-Brunell and Leslie Paris | The Girls' History and Culture Reader: The Twentieth Century UI Press | Janet A. Flammang | Table Talk: Building Democracy One Meal at a Time. We shall first attempt an analysis of lutheran visual propaganda in the German lands. Points of particular interest will be the contact of the printed image (and of the print in general) with the traditional * Chrisman, Miriam Usher, Conflicting Visions of Reform: German Lay Propaganda Pamphlets, , Humanities Press International, Please note: This index was compiled by multiple people at various times and later converted to digital format using text recognition software, please assume typographical and conversion errors.
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New Arrival Notifications Search within these results: Go. Refine Search Options. Chrisman, Miriam Usher. LAY CULTURE, LEARNED CULTURE, BOOKS AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN STRASBOURG, Analysis of the surviving books published in Strasbourg during the Reformation era, revealing a clear split between vernacular works of.
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It is symptomatic of embedded attitudes that they fail to mention Miriam Usher Chrisman, the female American editor with whom he worked harmoniously and affectionately from through This book contains 37 articles by an international authorship in English, French, German and Italian.