Politics and Religion in Early Bourbon France (inbunden)
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Palgrave Macmillan
Nelson, Eric
X, 270 p.
216 x 140 x 20 mm
454 g
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Politics and Religion in Early Bourbon France (inbunden)

Politics and Religion in Early Bourbon France

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This book explores the political and religious world of early Bourbon France, focusing on the search for stable accord that characterised its political and religious life. Chapters examine developments that shaped the Bourbon realm through the century: assertions of royal authority, rules of political negotiation, and the evolution of Devot piety.
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THIERRY AMALOU Lecturer in Modern History, University of Paris I-Pantheon-Sorbonne, France MEGAN ARMSTRONG Associate Professor of History, McMaster University, Canada ROBERT DESCIMON Directeur d'etudes, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences SocialeS, Paris, France MICHEL DE WAELE Professor of History, Universite Laval, Quebec, Canada BARBARA DIEFENDORF Professor of History, Boston University, USA ALISON FORRESTAL Lecturer in Early Modern History, National University of Ireland, Galway, Republic of Ireland MARK GREENGRASS Professor of Early Modern History, University of Sheffield, UK ERIC NELSON Assistant Professor of History, Missouri State University, USA ALAIN TALLON Professor of Early Modern History, University of Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV), France ELIZABETH TINGLE Senior Lecturer in Early Modern European History, University of Plymouth, UK MICHAEL WOLFE Professor of History, St. John's University, New York, USA


Introduction; A.Forrestal & E.Nelson PART I: CROWN, CHURCH AND ULTRAMONTANISM Henri IV and the Papacy after the League; A.Tallon Adjusting to Peace: The Observant Franciscans of Paris and the Reign of Henri IV; M.Armstrong PART II: CONTENTIOUS WORDS AND DEEDS: HISTORY AND CONSTRUCTION OF MEMORY Exegesis as Public Performance: Controversialist Debate and Politics at the Conference of Fontainebleau (1600); M.Wolfe Chastel's Attempted Regicide (27 December 1594), and its Subsequent Transformation into an 'Affair'; R.Descimon PART III: CLEMENCY AND CONFLICT: THE BOURBON STYLE OF GOVERNMENT Royal Authority and the Pursuit of a Lasting Religious Settlement: Henri IV and the Emergence of Baroque Monarchy; E.Nelson Conflict Resolution under the First Bourbons; M.De Waele PART IV: CATHOLIC ACTIVISM TO THE RICHELIEU YEARS Henri IV, the Devots and the Making of a French Catholic Reformation; B.Diefendorf Vincent de Paul: The Making of a Catholic Devot; A.Forrestal PART V: THE POLITICS OF RELIGION IN THE PROVINCES The Origins of Counter Reform Piety in Nantes: The Catholic League and its Aftermath 1585-1617; E.Tingle Obedience to King in Fidelity to Traditions: Senlis during the Reigns of the First Bourbons (1598-1643); T.Amalou Epilogue; M.Greengrass