Confessionalization and Non-conformism in Early Modern Europe
01 / 2001 - unknown
The research project 'Confessionalization and Non-conformism in Early Modern Europe' focuses on intellectual and religious transformation and consolidation processes in early modern Europe, with particular attention to the (in)coherency and differentiation of the sixteenth-century Protestant reformation. It comprises, first, the analysis and account of debates and interfaces between confessions and between religious establishment and non-conformism. The programme includes, secondly, the (re)edition of primary historical and theological sources of the development and consolidation of confessionalism and dissentism in the early modern period. Names involved are those of Laski, Klebitz, Melanchthon, Calvin, Hardenberg, and Loyseleur de Villiers.