A Companion to the Reformation World
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Description for A Companion to the Reformation World Paperback. This volume brings together 29 new essays by leading international scholars, to provide an inclusive overview of recent work in Reformation history. * Presents Catholic Renewal as a continuum of the Protestant Reformation. * Examines Reformation in Eastern and Western Europe, Asia and the Americas. Editor(s): Hsia, R. Po-chia. Series: Blackwell Companions to European History. Num Pages: 592 pages, black & white illustrations. BIC Classification: 3JB; 3JD; HBJD; HBLH. Category: (P) Professional & Vocational. Dimension: 255 x 180 x 32. Weight in Grams: 1110.
This volume brings together 29 new essays by leading international scholars, to provide an inclusive overview of recent work in Reformation history.
- Presents Catholic Renewal as a continuum of the Protestant Reformation.
- Examines Reformation in Eastern and Western Europe, Asia and the Americas.
- Takes a broad, inclusive approach – covering both traditional topics and cutting-edge areas of debate.
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R. Po-chia Hsia is Edwin Earle Sparks Professor of History at Pennsylvania State University. He previously taught at Columbia, Cornell, University of Massachusetts, and New York University. He has received fellowships from the United States and Germany, and has held visiting professorships and research positions in Germany and the Netherlands. Elected in 2000 to the Academia Sinica (Taiwan), he is
Reviews for A Companion to the Reformation World
"This volume of essays can greatly help teachers and students alike read more deeply in a variety of topics in the Reformation era, pick up various lines of research, and often get a good grasp of some current lines of questioning and scholarship in the academy." Teaching Theology and Religion "This volume offers an interesting and thought-provoking overview ...