Contributor biographical information for Earthly treasures : material culture and metaphysics in the Heptameron and evangelical narrative / Catharine Randall.

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Catharine Randall teaches French language, literature and culture, as well as comparative literature, at Fordham University. She is the author of 5 books and some 50 articles and chapters in books, (and another book manuscript currently under consideration by Columbia University Press on the Huguenots and Camisards in the 17th and 18th centuries). Her professional career has been oriented around exploring the constraints that varieties of Protestantism imposed on writers of particular confessions (such as Calvinism or Lutheranism) as well as the permissions for artistic expression that -- somewhat surprisingly -- may be discerned in those theological systems.

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Marguerite, -- Queen, consort of Henry II, King of Navarre, -- 1492-1549. -- Heptam‚eron.