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Forrestal, Alison

Politics and Religion in Early Bourbon France

Forrestal, Alison - Politics and Religion in Early Bourbon France, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Alison Forrestal, Eric Nelson

Part I. Crown, Church and Ultramontanism

2. Henri IV and the Papacy after the League
Alain Tallon

3. Adjusting to Peace: The Observant Franciscans of Paris and the Reign of Henri IV
Megan Armstrong

Part II. Contentious Words and Deeds: History and the Construction of Memory

4. Exegesis as Public Performance: Controversialist Debate and Politics at the Conference of Fontainebleau (1600)
Michael Wolfe

5. Chastel’s Attempted Regicide (27 December 1594) and its Subsequent Transformation into an ‘Affair’
Robert Descimon

Part III. Clemency and Conflict: The Bourbon Style of Government

6. Royal Authority and the Pursuit of a Lasting Religious Settlement: Henri IV and the Emergence of the Bourbon Monarchy
Eric Nelson

7. Conflict Resolution under the First Bourbons
Michel Waele

Part IV. Catholic Activism to the Richelieu Years

8. Henri IV, the Dévots and the Making of a French Catholic Reformation
Barbara Diefendorf

9. Vincent de Paul: The Making of a Catholic Dévot
Alison Forrestal

Part V. The Politics of Religion in the Provinces

10. The Origins of Counter Reform Piety in Nantes: The Catholic League and its Aftermath (1585–1617)
Elizabeth Tingle

11. Obedience to the King and Attachment to Tradition: Senlis under the Early Bourbons (1598–1643)
Thierry Amalou

12. Epilogue Régime Change: Restoration, Reconstruction and Reformation
Mark Greengrass

Keywords: History, History of France, European History, Modern History, Political History, History of Early Modern Europe, History of Religion

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2009
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
280 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230236684
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-35628-7

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