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Author Scott, Tom
Title Town, Country, and Regions in Reformation Germany
Imprint Leiden : BRILL, 2005
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Note Intro -- Acknowledgements -- List of Illustrations, Maps, and Tables -- Note on Usage -- Author's Preface -- Introduction by Thomas A. Brady, Jr -- Part I. Town and Country between Reform and Revolt -- Chapter One Reformation and Peasants' War in Waldshut and Environs: A Structural Analysis -- Chapter Two The Communal Reformation between Town and Country -- Chapter Three The 'Butzenkrieg': The Rouffach Revolt of 1514 -- Chapter Four Freiburg and the Bundschuh -- Chapter Five From the Bundschuh to the Peasants' War: From Revolutionary Conspiracy to the Revolution of the Common Man -- Chapter Six South-West German Towns in the Peasants' War: Alliances between Opportunism and Solidarity -- Part II. Economic Landscapes -- Chapter Seven Economic Landscapes -- Chapter Eight Town and Country in the German-speaking Lands, 1350-1600 -- Chapter Nine Defining an Economic Region: The Southern Upper Rhine, 1450-1600 -- Chapter Ten Medium-sized and Small Towns on the Upper Rhine in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries between Domination and Competition -- Chapter Eleven The Territorial Policy of Freiburg im Breisgau in the Later Middle Ages -- Part III. Regions and Local Identities -- Chapter Twelve Alsace as an Economic Bridging Landscape in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries -- Chapter Thirteen The 'Revolutionary of the Upper Rhine' and Outer Austria. Visions of Reform between Empire and Territory -- Chapter Fourteen Liberty and Community in Medieval Switzerland -- Chapter Fifteen South-West German Serfdom in Comparative Perspective -- Places of Original Publication -- Index -- Index of Names and Places -- Index of Subjects
These essays, comprising case-studies and broader surveys, deal with town-country relations and regional systems and identities in late medieval and early modern Germany, especially in their impact on social and religious change in the age of the Reformation
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Scott, Tom Town, Country, and Regions in Reformation Germany Leiden : BRILL,c2005 9789004143210
Subject Cities and towns -- Rhine River Region.;Group identity -- Rhine River Region.;Reformation -- Germany.;Peasants' War, 1524-1525.;Rhine River Region -- Economic conditions
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