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Harris, Alana

The Schism of ’68

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: The Summer of ’68—Beyond the Secularization Thesis
Alana Harris

Part I. To the Barricades

2.
Humanae Vitae: Catholic Attitudes to Birth Control in the Netherlands and Transnational Church Politics, 1945–1975
Chris Dols, Maarten Bos

3. Of Human Love: Catholics Campaigning for Sexual Aggiornamento in Postwar Belgium
Wannes Dupont

4. ‘A Galileo-Crisis Not a Luther Crisis’? English Catholics’ Attitudes to Contraception
Alana Harris

Part II. Episcopal Controversies

5. Religion and Contraception in Comparative Perspective—Switzerland, 1950–1970
Caroline Rusterholz

6. Attempted Disobedience: Humanae Vitae in West Germany and Austria
Katharina Ebner, Maria Mesner

Part III. Christian Science and Catholic Conservatism

7. The Politics of Catholic Medicine: ‘The Pill’ and Humanae Vitae in Portugal
Tiago Pires Marques

8.
Humanae Vitae, Birth Control and the Forgotten History of the Catholic Church in Poland
Agnieszka Kościańska

Part IV. Covering the Controversy

9. A Kind of Reformation in Miniature: The Paradoxical Impact of Humanae Vitae in Italy
Francesca Vassalle, Massimo Faggioli

10. Love in the Time of El Generalísimo: Debates About the Pill in Spain Before and After Humanae Vitae

Agata Ignaciuk

11. Reactions to the Papal Encyclical Humanae Vitae: The French Conundrum
Martine Sevegrand

Part V. Church, State and Contraception

12. The Best News Ireland Ever Got? Humanae Vitae’s Reception on the Pope’s Green Island
Peter Murray

13. Catholicism Behind the Iron Curtain: Czechoslovak and Hungarian Responses to Humanae Vitae

Mary Heimann, Gábor Szegedi

14. Afterword—Looking for Love
Dagmar Herzog

Keywords: History, History of Modern Europe, Cultural History, Gender and Sexuality, History of Religion, Social History

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2018
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Genders and Sexualities in History
Page amount
21 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319708119
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-70810-2

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