Religion and Society in the Age of the Reformation


The social history of religion in the age of the Protestant Reformation and Catholic Renewal; ritual and community in the fifteenth century; the Protestant Reformation and social change; the urban reformation in Germany and Switzerland; women and reform; Protestant and Catholic marriage, household and kinship; Catholic renewal; the formation of religious confessional identities; religion and violence; interpreting “popular” religious culture; and witchcraft. Instructor: Robisheaux. One course.

Crosslisting Numbers: 

History 523S

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Course Study Areas: 

History, Philosophy and Religion