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by Susan C. Karant-Nunn,Scott H. Hendrix

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  • ISBN 1931112762
  • ISBN13 978-1931112765
  • Language English
  • Author Susan C. Karant-Nunn,Scott H. Hendrix
  • Publisher Truman State University; 1 edition (May 1, 2008)
  • Pages 256
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  • Category History
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These essays add a unique perspective to studies that reconstruct the identity of manhood in early modern Europe, including France, Switzerland, Spain, and Germany. The authors examine the ways in which sixteenth- and seventeenth-century authorities, both secular and religious, labored to turn boys and men into the Christian males they desired. Topics include disparities among gender paradigms that early modern models prescribed and the tension between the patriarchal model and the civic duties that men were expected to fulfill. Essays about Martin Luther, a prolific self-witness, look into the marriage relationship with its expected and actual gender roles. Contributors to this volume are Scott H. Hendrix, Susan C. Karant-Nunn, Raymond A. Mentzer, Allyson M. Poska, Helmut Puff, Karen E. Spierling, Ulrike Strasser, B. Ann Tlusty, and Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks.


Essential reading for anyone studying gender, sexuality, marriage, and family relationships in early modern Europe. Renaissance Quarterly. Recent books include Preaching the Reformation: The Homiletical Handbook of Urbanus Rhegius (2003) and Recultivating the Vineyard: The Reformation Agendas of Christianization (2004).

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The authors examine the ways in which sixteenth- and seventeenth-century authorities, both secular and religious, labored to turn boys and men into the Christian males they desired. Contributors to this volume are Scott H. Hendrix, Susan C. Karant-Nunn, Raymond A. Mentzer, Allyson M. Poska, Helmut Puff, Karen E. Spierling, Ulrike Strasser, B. Ann Tlusty, and Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks. Other books in the series.

Sixteenth Century Essays and Studies 83. Kirksville, M. Truman State University Press, 2008. Full text views reflects the number of PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle and HTML full text views. Abstract views reflect the number of visits to the article landing page.

Sixteenth Century Essays & Studies SeriesSusan C. Karant-Nunn. Filippino Lippi's Carafa Chapel: Renaissance Art in Rome (Sixteenth Century Essays and Studies, Vol 5). Gale L. Geiger, Gail L. Geiger. Luther and the Modern State in Germany (Sixteenth Century Essays & Studies, Vol 7). Radical Tendencies in the Reformation: Divergent Perspectives.

Thus, to study masculinity in the Renaissance is to consider historical . Masculinity in the Reformation Era. Kirksville, MO: Truman State University Press, 2008.

Thus, to study masculinity in the Renaissance is to consider historical context as well as rhetorical modes. Hadley 1999 and Kiefer 2009 similarly offer essays on late medieval Europe, while Hendrix and Karant-Nunn 2008 is a long-needed addition on the Reformation era. The best monograph on European masculinity is Karras 2003.

Professor Scott H. The authors examine the ways in which sixteenth- and seventeenth-century authorities, both secular and religious, labored to turn boys and men into the Christian males they desired. Topics include disparities among gender paradigms that early modern models prescribed and the tension between the patriarchal model and the civic duties that men were expected to fulfill.

Hendrix, Scott H. 2008. Sixteenth Century Essays & Studies Series 83. Masculinity and Patriarchy in Reformation Germany. Kirksville, MO: Truman State University Press. Hirst, Joseph H. 1913.

Isabella Roser was a sixteenth-century Catalan noble woman of Barcelona who helped . Hendrix, Scott . Karant-Nunn, Susan C. (2008).

Isabella Roser was a sixteenth-century Catalan noble woman of Barcelona who helped Ignatius of Loyola and sponsored him, when, on returning from Jerusalem, the 30-year-old pilgrim wished to start anew his schooling. She later demanded membership of the Jesuits for herself and two female companions. ^ Document De foeminis in Societatem non admittendis approved by Paul III on 19 May 1547. Truman State Univ Press.

Scott H. Truman State University Press, 2008 - 228 sayfa. Susan C. Karant-Nunn is professor of history and director of the Division for Late Medieval and Reformation Studies at the University of Arizona.

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