1. Exploring the History of Protestant-Catholic Conflict
2. Europe’s ‘Wars of Religion’ and their Legacies
3. Eighteenth-Century English Anti-Catholicism: Contexts, Continuity and Diminution
4. The Longue Durée of German Religious Conflict?
Helmut Walser Smith
5. Religious Conflict in Ulster, c. 1780–1886
Andrew R. Holmes
6. Sectarianism and Evangelicalism in Birmingham and Liverpool, 1850–2010
7. ‘The Catholic Danger’: Liberal Theology and Anti-Catholicism in Sweden
8. Protestant-Catholic Conflict in the United States: The Cases of John F. Kennedy and Ronald W. Reagan
Thomas J. Carty
9. The Dynamics of Religious Difference in Contemporary Northern Ireland
10. Conclusion: Beyond Protestant-Catholic Conflict?