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This book is specifically designed to make the Reformation Period more accessible and interesting to today's readers. The author provides a conversational, lively account of Reformation Europe that includes economic, political, theological, social and cultural perspectives. In addition, this is the first study of the Reformation to fully integrate the contributions of women to all phases of the period.
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This student-friendly text introduces the major personalities, issues, events, and ideas of Reformation Europe. Jonathan Zophy makes the Reformation accessible to students with little or no familiarity with the age. Organized chronologically and by topic, the text features discussions of women and their contributions to the Reformation not usually found in traditional textbooks. Topics include Luther and Lutheranism, Calvin and Calvinism, the Catholic Reformation, and the Reformation in England and Scotland. The text is amply illustrated with maps and artworks (including many portraits of Reformation personalities). The book also features end-of-chapter lists of further readings and chronologies of important individuals and events.About the Author:
Jonathan W. Zophy is a professor of history at the University of Houston-Clear Lake, where he teaches courses in Renaissance and Reformation history.
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