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A companion to the Huguenots

edited by Raymond A. Mentzer, Bertrand Van Ruymbeke

(Brill's companions to the Christian tradition, v. 68)

Brill, c2016

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Includes bibliographical references and index

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The Huguenots are among the best known of early modern European religious minorities. Their suffering in 16th and 17th-century France is a familiar story. The flight of many Huguenots from the kingdom after 1685 conferred upon them a preeminent place in the accounts of forced religious migrations. Their history has become synonymous with repression and intolerance. At the same time, Huguenot accomplishments in France and the lands to which they fled have long been celebrated. They are distinguished by their theological formulations, political thought, and artistic achievements. This volume offers an encompassing portrait of the Huguenot past, investigates the principal lines of historical development, and suggests the interpretative frameworks that scholars have advanced for appreciating the Huguenot experience.

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List of Illustrations List of Tables Notes on Contributors Abbreviations Introduction: Raymond A. Mentzer and Bertrand Van Ruymbeke Part One: France 1 Organizing the Churches and Reforming Society Philippe Chareyre and Raymond Mentzer 2 Doctrine and Liturgy of the Reformed Churches of France Marianne Carbonnier-Burkard 3 Huguenot Political Thought and Activities Hugues Daussy 4 Pacifying the Kingdom of France at the Beginning of the Wars of Religion: Historiography, Sources, and Examples Jeremie Foa 5 Women in the Huguenot Community Amanda Eurich 6 Pulpit and Pen: Pastors and Professors as Shapers of the Huguenot Tradition Karin Maag 7 The Huguenots and Art, c. 1560-1685 Andrew Spicer 8 The Revocation of the Edict of Nantes and the Desert Didier Boisson Part Two: The Diaspora 9 Diasporic Networks and Immigration Policies Susanne Lachenicht 10 Assimilation and Integration Myriam Yardeni 11 Sociolinguistics of the Huguenot Communities in German-Speaking Territories Manuela Bohm 12 Huguenot Memoirs Carolyn Chappell Lougee 13 Histories of Martyrdom and Suffering in the Huguenot Diaspora David van der Linden 14 Huguenot Congregations in Colonial New York and Massachusetts: Reassessing the Paradigm of Anglican Conformity Paula Carlo 15 The Huguenot Refuge and European Imperialism Owen Stanwood 16 Le Refuge: History and Memory from the 1770s to the Present Bertrand Van Ruymbeke Bibliography Index LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS Andrew Spicer, The Huguenots and Art, c. 1560-1685 1. Jean Perrissin, The Massacre at Tours, July 1562. ( (c) Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam) 2. Jean Perrissin ( ?), Temple of Lyon. [Courtesy of BGE (Bibliotheque de Geneve), Centre d'iconographie genevoise] 3. Francois Dubois, The Massacre of St Bartholomew, (c. 1572-1584). (Courtesy of Musee cantonal des Beaux-Arts de Lausanne. Don de la Municipalite de Lausanne, 1862. Inv. 729. Photo: N. Rupp) 4. Jacques le Moyne de Morgues, Laudonnierus et rex athore ante columnam a praefecto prima navigatione locatam quamque venerantur floridenses. (Courtesy of the Print Collection, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs, The New York Public Library, Astor, Lennox and Tilden Foundations) 5. Jacques le Moyne, Studies of Flowers: A Rose, a Heartsease, a Sweet Pea, a Garden Pea, and a Lax-flowered Orchid. (Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York) 6. Sebastien Bourdon, Crucifixion of St Andrew. (Courtesy of the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Lille. Photo (c) RMN-Grand Palais / Rene-Gabriel Ojeda) 7. Sebastien Bourdon, Solomon's Sacrifices to the Idols. [Courtesy of the Musee du Louvre, Paris. Photo (c) RMN-Grand Palais (musee du Louvre) / Stephane Marechalle] 8. Jacob Bunel, Henry IV. [Courtesy of the Musee du Louvre, Paris. D.A.G. Photo (c) RMN-Grand Palais (musee du Louvre) / Michele Bellot] 9. Jean Morin after Ferdinand Elle, Henry IV. (Ailsa Mellon Bruce Fund, Accession No.1984.25.20. Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington) 10. Ferdinand Elle, Louis XIII. (Courtesy Chiswick House, London. (c) English Heritage) 11. Ferdinand Elle, Anne of Austria. (Courtesy of Chiswick House, London. (c) English Heritage) 12. Henri Testelin, Louis XIV. [Courtesy of Chateaux de Versailles et de Trianon, Versailles. Photo (c) RMN-Grand Palais (Chateau de Versailles) / Gerard Blot] 13. Louis Du Guernier, Miniature of James II, later King of England, as a Young Man (1656). ( (c) Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam) 14. Robert Nanteuil after Sebastien Bourdon, Queen Christina of Sweden. ( (c) Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam) 15. Sebastien Bourdon, Queen Christina of Sweden. (Courtesy of Prado Museum, Madrid. Photo (c) Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid. Dist. RMN-GP / image du Prado) 16. Louis Ferdinand Elle, Samuel Bernard. [Courtesy of Chateaux de Versailles et de Trianon, Versailles. Photo (c) RMN-Grand Palais (Chateau de Versailles) / Daniel Arnaudet / Jean Schormans] 17. Louise Moillon, Plate of Cherries, Grapes and a Melon. [Courtesy of Musee du Louvre, Paris. Photo (c) RMN-Grand Palais (musee du Louvre) / Michel Urtado] 18. Jacques Rousseau, Preliminary sketch for painted decoration probably for a drum or building of circular plan in the Great Greenhouse or the Orangery at the Chateau of St. Cloud in France. ( (c) V&A) 19. Louis Testelin, The Holy Family with St Anne. (Ailsa Mellon Bruce Fund2014.37.4. Courtesy of the National Gallery of Art, Washington) 20. Abraham Bosse, Benediction of the Table. ( (c) Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam) 21. Abraham Bosse, The Wise Virgins at their Devotions. (Ailsa Mellon Bruce Fund 2003.127.1.1. Courtesy of the National Gallery of Art, Washington) 22. Abraham Bosse, Vows of the King and Queen to the Virgin. (Courtesy of The Elisha Whittelsey Collection, The Elisha Whittelsey Fund, 1951, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York) 23. Abraham Bosse, David with the head of Goliath, (Joseph Pulitzer Bequest, 1917, Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York) David van der Linden, Histories of Martyrdom and Suffering in the Huguenot Diaspora 1. Frontispiece of Pierre Jurieu's Histoire du Calvinisme, depicting the crucifixion of the true Church in the form of a woman. (Courtesy of the Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague, KW 1791 F 101) 2. Frontispiece to the first volume of the Histoire de l'Edit de Nantes, depicting French Protestantism as a woman assailed from all sides. [Courtesy of the Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague, KW 3067 A 1 (1)] 3. Jan Luyken, The whipping of Louis de Neuville in Orange, engraving from Elie Benoist, Historie der Gereformeerde Kerken van Vrankryk (Amsterdam: 1696), vol. 2. (Courtesy of University Library Leiden, BWA 147) â

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  • NII書誌ID(NCID)
    BB21684834
  • ISBN
    • 9789004310353
  • 出版国コード
    ne
  • タイトル言語コード
    eng
  • 本文言語コード
    eng
  • 出版地
    Leiden
  • ページ数/冊数
    xv, 481 p.
  • 大きさ
    25 cm
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