Table of contents for Religion and culture in early modern Europe, 1500-1800 / Kaspar von Greyerz ; Translated by Thomas Dunlap.

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1 Religion and culture ¿ popular culture and religiosity
2 Preliminary methodological and theoretical reflections
3 Religion as culture
4 Religion and science ¿history of science and history of religion
I. Upheaval and Renewal
1 The ripple effects of the Reformation
1.1 Reformation
1.2 Counterreformation
1.3 Confessionalization and the assault on popular culture
1.4 The so-called Second Reformation
2 Renewal vs. ossification
2.1 ¿Nadere Reformatie¿ and Pietism
2.2 The Puritans
2.3 Jansenism
2.4 Moravians and Methodists
II. The integrated, outcasts, and the elect
1 Community
1.1 Reformation, Counterreformation, and community
1.2 Marriage and Family
1.3 Popular religiosity as a collective ritual
2 Pariahs
2.1 The marginalized: Jews
2.2 Tensions: witch persecutions
3 Separatism
3.1 Anabaptism
3.2 Baptists and Quakers
3.3 Radical Pietism
III. Fragmentation of religiosity
1 The Privatization of piety
1.1 Enlightenment and religion
1.2 The beginnings of secularization in England
1.3 ¿Déchristianisation¿ in France
1.4 Secularization in German-speaking lands
2 The self-questioning of early modern religiosity?
2.1 ¿Externality¿: individualization among the Iberian conversos
2.2 ¿Internality¿: Weber¿s thesis
Sources and literature

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Religion and culture -- Europe -- History.
Europe -- Religious life and customs.