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The Resource Catholic communities in Protestant states : Britain and the Netherlands c.1570-1720, edited by Benjamin J. Kaplan ... [et al.]

Catholic communities in Protestant states : Britain and the Netherlands c.1570-1720, edited by Benjamin J. Kaplan ... [et al.]

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Catholic communities in Protestant states : Britain and the Netherlands c.1570-1720
Title
Catholic communities in Protestant states
Title remainder
Britain and the Netherlands c.1570-1720
Statement of responsibility
edited by Benjamin J. Kaplan ... [et al.]
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This study examines the history of Catholic communities in two officially Protestant lands. It offers insights into the effects of minority status, legal sanctions, and in some cases, persecution, not just on Catholics but on religious communities generally
Cataloging source
UKM
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Kaplan, Benjamin J.
Series statement
Studies in early modern European history
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Catholics
  • Catholics
  • Catholics
  • Catholics
  • Catholics
  • Catholics
Label
Catholic communities in Protestant states : Britain and the Netherlands c.1570-1720, edited by Benjamin J. Kaplan ... [et al.]
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Shifting identities in hostile settings: towards a comparison of the Catholic communities in early modern Britain and the Northern Netherlands / Willem Frijhoff -- Cooperative confessionalisation: lay-clerical collaboration in Dutch Catholic communities during the Golden Age / Charles H. Parker -- 'So they become contemptible': clergy and laity in a mission territory / Michael Mullett -- Integration vs segregation: religiously mixed marriage and the 'verzuiling' model of Dutch Society / Benjamin Kaplan -- 'Getting on' and 'getting along' in parish and town: Catholics and their neighbours in England / William Sheils -- Burying the dead; reliving the past: ritual, resentment and sacred space in the Dutch Republic / Judith Pollmann -- Beads, books and bare ruined choirs: transmutations of Catholic ritual life in Protestant England / Alexandra Walsham -- The Southern Netherlands connection: networks of support and patronage / Paul Arblaster
  • Priests, nuns, presses and prayers: the Southern Netherlands and the contours of English Catholicism / Claire Walker -- Second-class yet self-confident: Catholics in the Dutch Generality Lands / Charles de Mooi -- Between conflicts and coexistence: the Catholic community in Ireland as a 'visible underground church' in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries / Ute Lotz-Heumann -- Orphans and students: recruiting boys and girls for the Holland Mission / Joke Spaans -- Harbourers and housekeepers: Catholic women in England 1570-1720 / Marie B. Rowlands -- Paintings for clandestine Catholic churches in the Republic: typically Dutch? / Xander van Eck -- Cultures of dissent: English Catholics and the visual arts / Richard L. Williams -- Conclusion: Catholic communities in Protestant states, Britain and the Netherlands c. 1580-1720 / Benjamin Kaplan and Judith Pollmann
Control code
ocn258084695
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xiv, 274 p.
Isbn
9780719079061
Lccn
2009281857
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Catholic communities in Protestant states : Britain and the Netherlands c.1570-1720, edited by Benjamin J. Kaplan ... [et al.]
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Shifting identities in hostile settings: towards a comparison of the Catholic communities in early modern Britain and the Northern Netherlands / Willem Frijhoff -- Cooperative confessionalisation: lay-clerical collaboration in Dutch Catholic communities during the Golden Age / Charles H. Parker -- 'So they become contemptible': clergy and laity in a mission territory / Michael Mullett -- Integration vs segregation: religiously mixed marriage and the 'verzuiling' model of Dutch Society / Benjamin Kaplan -- 'Getting on' and 'getting along' in parish and town: Catholics and their neighbours in England / William Sheils -- Burying the dead; reliving the past: ritual, resentment and sacred space in the Dutch Republic / Judith Pollmann -- Beads, books and bare ruined choirs: transmutations of Catholic ritual life in Protestant England / Alexandra Walsham -- The Southern Netherlands connection: networks of support and patronage / Paul Arblaster
  • Priests, nuns, presses and prayers: the Southern Netherlands and the contours of English Catholicism / Claire Walker -- Second-class yet self-confident: Catholics in the Dutch Generality Lands / Charles de Mooi -- Between conflicts and coexistence: the Catholic community in Ireland as a 'visible underground church' in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries / Ute Lotz-Heumann -- Orphans and students: recruiting boys and girls for the Holland Mission / Joke Spaans -- Harbourers and housekeepers: Catholic women in England 1570-1720 / Marie B. Rowlands -- Paintings for clandestine Catholic churches in the Republic: typically Dutch? / Xander van Eck -- Cultures of dissent: English Catholics and the visual arts / Richard L. Williams -- Conclusion: Catholic communities in Protestant states, Britain and the Netherlands c. 1580-1720 / Benjamin Kaplan and Judith Pollmann
Control code
ocn258084695
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xiv, 274 p.
Isbn
9780719079061
Lccn
2009281857
Other physical details
ill.

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