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[Findings and Approaches] Childhood, Youth and Religious Minorities in Early Modern Europe

Findings and Approaches
Poster:Post date:2016-12-17
 
Taiwan Association of Classical, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies

Findings and Approaches
 
Topic Conference: Childhood, Youth and Religious Minorities in Early Modern Europe 
Title Department of History, University of Warwick. U.K.
Author  
Publisher University of Warwick. U.K.
Year 14-15 October 2016
Language England
Binding □ Paperback     Hardcover
Pages  
ISBN (10 / 13)  
Bibliography Reference
  (STC, Duff, GW . . .)
Web Link
conferences/childhood_religion
Writer Chi-fang Sophia Li, Rackie Po-hao Lin
Date 13 Dec. 2016
A.   Introduction (within 500 words, Chinese or English)
 
[Original CFP]
  This conference explores the history of family and childhood, in conjunction with that of religion, religious conflict and the confessional state. It examines the experiences of children and young people in various religious minorities (Protestant, Catholic and Jewish) and across geographical boundaries. Comparing the strategies, experiences and perceptions of different groups, through a focus on childhood and family, offers a new understanding both of early modern childhood and of the social history of religion.
 
B.   Extended Reading
 
 
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