The Reformation and Early Modern Europe: A Guide to Research. Edited by David M. Whitford

Rostislav TKACHENKО

Abstract


The Reformation and Early Modern Europe: A Guide to Research. Edited by David M. Whitford. Sixteenth Century Essays & Studies, v. 79. Kirksville, MO : Truman State University Press , 2008, xii + 456 pp. ISBN 978-1-931112-72-7 (pbk.); 39.00 USD.*

This collection of essays entitled The Reformation and Early Modern Europe,
edited by David M. Whitford, is the most recent of the published and still up-todate overviews of the state of discussion concerning the study of the European
Reformations of the sixteenth to seventeenth centuries. This volume is the fourth in a series of so-called “guides to research” focused on Reformation studies and related phenomena. It continues and complements the earlier volumes: Reformation Europe: A Guide to Research, edited by Stephen Ozment (1982); Catholicism in Early Modern History: A Guide to Research, edited by John O’Malley (1987); and Reformation Europe: A Guide to Research II, edited by William Maltby (1992).

* The review received on 6.12.2016; approved for publication on 20.12.2016.


Keywords


The Reformation; Early Modern Europe; Reformation Europe; Catholicism in Early Modern History

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.29357/issn.2521-179X.2017.18.177

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