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Politics and Reformations: Histories and Reformations (Studies in Medieval and Reformation Traditions) By Ocker, C.
Publisher: BRILL 2007 | 482 Pages | ISBN: 9004161724 | PDF | 3.2 MB

These twenty-three essays explore the historiographies of the Reformation from the fifteenth century to the present and study the history of religion from the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries, especially in Germany but also in Switzerland, the Netherlands, and colonial Mexico.




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PREFACE
Thomas A. Brady, Jr. joined the History Department of the University
of Oregon in 1967, while completing a dissertation for the University
of Chicago on the Strasbourg magistrate Jacob Sturm (d. 1553). At
Oregon, he worked closely with his colleagues Roger Chickering,
Joseph Esherick, Robert Berdahl, and Alan Kimball to build the
History Department’s reputation for scholarship. Brady and Chickering
founded the monograph series, Studies in German Histories. In 1987,
in recognition of his scholarly contributions and his commitment to
undergraduate and graduate learning, Brady was designated President’s
Distinguished Professor of the Humanities. He moved to the University
of California at Berkeley in 1991. In 2001 he was awarded Berkeley’s
Peder Sather Chair, culminating a distinguished career that has also
included fellowships of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, the
Fulbright Senior Research Program, the National Endowment for the
Humanities, the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, the
Historisches Kolleg in Munich, the National Humanities Center, and
the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. A consummate scholar,
he is also known as a devoted teacher and mentor, a fact acknowledged
by the American Historical Association, which awarded him the Nancy
Lyman Roelker Mentorship Award in January 2004. That same year,
nearly one hundred students, colleagues, and friends came to Berkeley
for a symposium held in his honor. Many of the contributions to this
volume are fruit of that gathering.
To acknowledge Tom’s contribution to scholarship is to recognize
his marriage to Katherine Gingrich Brady, who has been his closest
collaborator in everything since 1964. In both the symposium and this
Festschrift, we could imagine no better way to record the Bradys’ mark
on our lives than to show the effect of their continuing example and
inspiration upon us. “The craft of history,” Prof. James Tracy once
noted, “is one that grows from sharing, not just among individuals and
across national and ideological boundaries, but also between generations.”
1 The Bradys’ intellectual hospitality and generosity have been..







CONTENTS
List of Illustrations ...................................................................... ix
Preface ......................................................................................... xi
Bibliography of the Works of Thomas A. Brady, Jr. ................ xv
Tempests and Strme in Reformation Studies: Some Scholarly
and Personal Observations ......................................................... 1
Kaspar von Greyerz
The Reformation in Post-War Historiography: An American
Contribution ................................................................................ 11
Peter Blickle
PART ONE: HISTORIES
Ranke, Lamprecht, and Luther ................................................. 23
Roger Chickering
The Reformation and the Early Social Sciences (Marx,
Weber, Durkheim, Freud): Toward a Cultural Epidemiology ... 35
H.C. Erik Midelfort
Ranke Meets Gadamer: The Question of Agency in the
Reformation ................................................................................ 63
Lee Palmer Wandel
Historians without Borders? L’histoire croise and Early Modern
Social History ............................................................................. 79
Joel F. Harrington
Recent Studies of the Roman Inquisition ................................. 91
Anne Jacobson Schutte
Hermann Conring and the European History of Law ............ 113
Constantin Fasolt
The Reformation of the Enlightenment: German Histories in
the Eighteenth Century .............................................................. 135
Michael Printy
Historical Writing and German Identity: Jacob Wimpheling
and Sebastian Franck ................................................................. 155
Julie K. Tanaka
Perfecting the Past: Charles the Bold and Traditional
Historiography in Early Modern Germany ............................... 177
Elaine C. Tennant
PART TWO: REFORMATIONS
The Personal is Political: Convents in the Holy Roman
Empire ......................................................................................... 199
Amy Leonard
Guerre et paix dans les crits de Zwingli et de Luther: une
comparaison ................................................................................ 217
Marc Lienhard
Luther and Mntzer See Mary’s Magni cat through Different
Spectacles .................................................................................... 241
Christoph Burger
Beyond the Freedom of the Will: Erasmus’ Struggle for
Grace ........................................................................................... 255
Greta Grace Kroeker
Tolerance and Heresy: Martin Bucer’s Radical New
De nition of Christian Fellowship ............................................. 269
Berndt Hamm
Landgrave Philipp’s Dilemma: The Roots of Tolerance and
the Desire for Protestant Unity .................................................. 293
Ellen Yutzy Glebe
Calvin in Germany ..................................................................... 313
Christopher Ocker
Confessionalization in Early Modern Germany: A Jewish
Perspective ................................................................................... 345
Dean Phillip Bell
Catholic Intensity in Post-Reformation Germany: Preaching
on the Passion and Catholic Identity in the Sixteenth and
Seventeenth Centuries ................................................................ 373
Susan C. Karant-Nunn
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Pietism, Ministry, and Church Discipline: The Tribulations
of Christoph Matthus Seidel .................................................... 397
Terence McIntosh
Religious Wars at Home: The Problem of Confessionally
Mixed Families ............................................................................ 425
Craig Harline
Trouble with Miracles: An Episode in the Culture and
Politics of Wonder in Colonial Mexico ..................................... 441
William B. Taylor
List of Contributors .................................................................... 459
Index of Names of Persons ....................................................... 461
Index of Places ........................................................................... 466
Index of Subjects ........................................................................ 468

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