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Außenseiter zwischen Mittelalter und Neuzeit

Festschrift für Hans-Jürgen Goertz zum 60. Geburtstag

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Edited by Norbert Fischer and Marion Kobelt-Groch

This volume, dedicated to Hans-Jürgen Goertz (Hamburg University) on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday, brings together fourteen historical and theological essays dealing with the theme of outsiders, non-conformists, and social and religious movements in the German-speaking world between the Late Middle Ages and the Early Modern era.
Taking the concept of 'border' as its departure point, the volume offers a kaleidoscope of theoretical and historical analysis, including such topics as the Anabaptist rule in Münster, a civil revolt against the Jews in Worms, and the limits of tolerance in the thinking of Martin Luther. The essays are preceded by an interview with Hans-Jürgen Goertz.

Publications by Hans-Jürgen Goertz:
Innere und äussere Ordnung in der Theologie Thomas Müntzers, ISBN: 978 90 04 02180 8 (Out of print)

Thomas Jefferson

Historische Bedeutung und politische Aktualität

Edited by Hartmut Wasser

Dörfliche Gesellschaft und Kriminalität

Das Fallbeispiel Lippe 1650-1800

Michael Frank

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Edited by Jean Rott

During the last forty years there has been a remarkable resurgence in interest by 16th-century historians in the Strasbourg Reformer, Martin Bucer (1491-1551). The components and originality of his thoughts and his actions, as well as the reality of his ideas are emerging more and more. This is largely due to the new edition of his works undertaken by an international committee, established in 1952. This edition is divided into three sections: Opera Latina (of which 5 volumes have appeared since 1953 : vols. 1-3, 15 and 15 bis); Deutsche Schriften (10 volumes since 1960: vols. 1-6, 3, 7 and 17); Correspondance (vol. 1, 1979). The present second volume of the Correspondance (1524-1526) essentially covers five themes: 1) the controversies with the Roman church, 2) the evangelical propaganda, especially in the Roman speaking countries, 3) the sacramentarian dispute and the search for reconciliation, 4) the Peasant war and 5) the beginning of the anabaptist crisis.

Wurzeln der Reformation in Zürich

Zum 500. Geburtstag des Reformators Huldrych Zwingli

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Fritz Büsser