John Foxe and his World (St Andrews Studies in Reformation History)

John Foxe and his World (St Andrews Studies in Reformation History)

By: Christopher Highley (author), Mr John N. King (author), Professor Von Greyerz Von Greyerz (series_editor), Dr. Bridget Heal (series_editor), Professor Roger A. Mason (series_editor), Professor Bruce Gordon (series_editor), Professor Euan Cameron (series_editor), Professor Amy Nelson Burnett (series_editor), Dr. Andrew Pettegree (series_editor), Professor Ryrie Ryrie (series_editor)Hardback

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Interest in John Foxe and his hugely influential text Acts and Monuments is particularly vibrant at present. This volume, the third to arise from a series of international colloquia on Foxe, collects essays by established and up-and-coming scholars. It broadly embraces five major areas of early modern studies: Roman Catholicism, women and gender, visual culture, the history of the book and historiography. Patrick Collinson provides an entire overview of the field of Foxe studies and further essays place Foxe and his work within the context of their times.

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Christopher Highley and John N. King, Ohio State University, USA John N. King, Patrick Collinson, Anthony Martin, Benedict Scott Robinson, Dale Hoak, J. Christopher Warner, Cynthia Wittman Zollinger, David Scott Kastan, Andrew Pettegree, Thomas Betteridge, Lori Anne Ferrell, Christopher Highley, Richard Williams, Scott R. Pilarz, Marsha S. Robinson, John Bale, Sarah E. Wall, Deborah Burks, David Loades.


Contents: Preface; The world of John Foxe: an introduction, John N. King; John Foxe and national consciousness, Patrick Collinson; Historiography: The end of history: Thomas Norton's 'v periodes' and the pattern of English Protestant historiography, Anthony Martin; John Foxe and the Anglo-Saxons, Benedict Scott Robinson; A Tudor Deborah? The coronation of Elizabeth I, Parliament, and the problem of female rule, Dale Hoak; History of the book: Elizabeth I, Savior of books: John Bale's preface to the Scriptorum illustrium maioris Brytanniae...catalogus (1559), J. Christopher Warner; The booke, the leafe, yea and the very sentence? : 16th-century literature in text and context, Cynthia Wittman Zollinger; Little Foxes, David Scott Kastan; Visual Culture: Illustrating the book: a Protestant dilemma, Andrew Pettegree; Truth and history in Foxe's Acts and Monuments, Thomas Betteridge; Transfiguring theology: William Perkins and Calvinist aesthetics, Lori Anne Ferrell; Roman Catholicism: Richard Verstegan's Book of Martyrs, Christopher Highley; 'Libels and payntinges': Elizabethan Catholics and the international campaign of visual propaganda, Richard Williams; Campion dead bites with his friends' teeth? : representations of an early modern Catholic martyr, Scott R. Pilarz; Women and gender: Doctors, silly poor women and rebel whores: the gendering of conscience in Foxe's Acts and Monuments, Marsha S. Robinson; Editing Anne Askew's Examinations: John Bale, John Foxe and early modern textual practices, Sarah E. Wall; Polemical potency: the witness of word and woodcut, Deborah Burks; Afterword: John Foxe in the 21st century, David Loades; Index.

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  • ISBN13: 9780754603061
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 350
  • ID: 9780754603061
  • weight: 689
  • ISBN10: 0754603067

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