From the Communal Reformation to the Revolution of the Common Man

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From the Communal Reformation to the Revolution of the Common Man brings together important studies related to a coherent interpretation of the Reformation and the Peasants War of 1525 as a mass movement, rooted in the structures of the communities of towns and villages. The volume presents both detailed studies from the archives and conceptualized essays.

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Peter Blickle, Ph.D. (1964) in History, University of Munich, Professor for Early Modern History (1972) in Saarbrücken, teaches European History at the University of Berne, Switzerland (since 1980). He has published extensively in Legal History - Landschaften im Alten Reich, (1973), Agrarian History - Studien zur geschichtlichen Bedeutung des deutschen Bauernstandes, (1988) and Reformation History - The Revolution of 1525, (1977); Communal Reformation, (1992).
'Blickle's work will long stand on its very substantial merits.'
Susan C. Karant-Nunn, Church History, 1999.
All those interested in Reformation history, the history of the Late Middle Ages and history of institutions.
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