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New Book: “Religious Diaspora in Early Modern Europe”

Religious Diaspora in Early Modern Europe, Timothy G. Fehler, Greta Grace Kroeker, Charles H. Parker, and Jonathan Ray, eds, (Pickering & Chatto, 2014).

Introduction – Greta Grace Kroeker
Part I: Tactics for Inclusion
1 Trade in Tolerance: The Portuguese New Christians of Antwerp, 1530–50 – Victoria Christman
2 Swimming against the Tide: The Entry of Jews in Spain. Religious Mobility, Social Control and Integration at the End of the Ancien RègimeMarina Torres Arce
3 Populating a ‘Nest of Pirates, Murtherers, etc.’: Tuscan Immigration Policy and Ragion di Stato in the Free Port of Livorno – Stephanie Nadalo
Part II: Programmes of Restoration
4 Exile, Education and Eschatology in the Works of Jan Amos Comenius and John Milton – David Parry
5 Missionaries as Exiles: Calvinist Strategies for Restoration in Communities under the Dutch East India Company – Charles H Parker
6 Niccolò Guidalotto da Mondavio and his City View of Constantinople (1662): The Experience of an Exile – Nirit Ben-Aryeh Debby
7 Educating for Martyrdom: British Exiles in the English College at Valladolid – Berta Cano-Echevarría and Ana Sáez-Hidalgo
Part III: Methods of Coping
8 Freedom as Exile: Michael Servetus and the AlumbradosMaría Tausiet
9 Coping with Poverty: Dutch Reformed Exiles in Emden, Germany – Timothy G. Fehler
10 Anabaptist Migration to Moravia and the Hutterite Brethren – Emese Balint
11 Chaos and Community: 1492 and the Formation of the Sephardic Diaspora – Jonathan Ray
12 Displaced Intellectuals and Rebuilt Networks: The Protestant Exiles from the Lands of the Bohemian Crown – Vladimír Urbánek

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Scott Taylor is an associate professor in the history department at the University of Kentucky.

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