edited by Giovanni Tarantino and Charles Zika
Normierte Form: Tarantino, Giovanni [Giovanni Tarantino]
Feeling exclusion : religious conflict, exile and emotions in early modern Europe

Normierte Form:

New York

Normierte Form: New York [New York, NY]


Normierte Form: Routledge

XIII, 296 p.
Anzahl der Abbildungen:
24 cm
Religion und Emotion
Religiöse Diskriminierung - Europa - Geschichte
Religiöse Verfolgungen - Europa - 1500-1800


Table of Contents Introduction: Feeling Exclusion, Generating Exclusion p.1 GIOVANNI TARANTINO AND CHARLES ZIKA

PART 1 Belonging and Displacement p.9 1.Emotion, Exclusion, Exile: The Huguenot Experience during the French Religious Wars p.11 PENNY ROBERTS 2.Cross-Channel Affections: Pressure and Persuasion in Letters to Calvinist Refugees in England, 1569–1570 p.27 SUSAN BROOMHALL 3.A Tearful Diaspora: Preaching Religious Emotions in the Huguenot Refuge p.44 DAVID VAN DER LINDEN 4.Between Hope and Despair: Epistolary Evidence of the Emotional Effects of Persecution and Exile during the Thirty Years War p.63 OLE PETER GRELL

PART 2 Coping with Persecution and Exile p.79 5.The Embodiment of Exile: Relics and Suffering in Early Modern English Cloisters p.81 CLAIRE WALKER 6.Fear and Loathing in the Radical Reformation: David Joris as the Prophet of Emotional Tranquillity, 1525–1556 p.100 GARY WAITE 7.‘I am contented to die’: The Letters from Prison of the Waldensian Sebastian Bazan (d. 1623) and the Anti-Jacobite Narratives of the Reformed Martyrs of Piedmont p.126 GIOVANNI TARANTINO 8.Seventeenth-Century Quakers, Emotions and Egalitarianism: Sufferings, Oppression, Intolerance and Slavery p.146 JOHN MARSHALL 9.She Suffered for Christ Jesus’ Sake: The Scottish Covenanters’ Emotional Strategies to Combat Religious Persecution (1685–1714) p.165 DOLLY MACKINNON

PART 3 "Othering" Strategies p.183 10.Feeling Jewish: Emotions, Identity, and the Jews’ Inverted Christmas p.185 DANIEL BARBU 11.Towards an Alien Community of Dancing Witches in Early Seventeenth-Century Europe p.207 CHARLES ZIKA 12.Visual Provocations: Bernard Picart’s Illustrative Strategies in Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde p.233 PAOLA VON WYSS-GIACOSA 13.Feeling Upside Down: Witchcraft and Exclusion in the Twilight of Early Modern Spain p.259 MARÍA TAUSIET  

Afterword: Emotional Communities and the Early Modern Religious Exile Experience p.279 NICHOLAS TERPSTRA

Index p.286


Rensioni: The Huguenot Society Journal (2020) vol. 33, pp. 128-129 [Amanda Eurich]



Feeling Exclusion: Religious Conflict, Exile and Emotions in Early Modern Europe investigates the emotional experience of exclusion at the heart of the religious life of persecuted and exiled individuals and communities in early modern Europe. Between the late fifteenth and early eighteenth centuries an unprecedented number of people in Europe were forced to flee their native lands and live in a state of physical or internal exile as a result of religious conflict and upheaval. Drawing on new insights from history of emotions methodologies, Feeling Exclusion explores the complex relationships between communities in exile, the homelands from which they fled or were exiled, and those from whom they sought physical or psychological assistance. It examines the various coping strategies religious refugees developed to deal with their marginalization and exclusion, and investigates the strategies deployed in various media to generate feelings of exclusion through models of social difference, that questioned the loyalty, values, and trust of "others". Accessibly written, divided into three thematic parts, and enhanced by a variety of illustrations, Feeling Exclusion is perfect for students and researchers of early modern emotions and religion.

Beitrag des Sammelbandes:
- 'I am contented to die': The Letters from Prison of the Waldensian Sebastian Bazan (d. 1623) and the Anti-Jacobite Narratives of the Reformed Martyrs of Piedmont