European Witch Trials: Their Foundations In Popular And Learned Culture, 1300 1500

European Witch Trials: Their Foundations In Popular And Learned Culture, 1300 1500

Richard Kieckhefer / Dec 15, 2019

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  • Title: European Witch Trials: Their Foundations In Popular And Learned Culture, 1300 1500
  • Author: Richard Kieckhefer
  • ISBN: 9780520029675
  • Page: 120
  • Format: Unknown Binding
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      • Richard Kieckhefer

        John Evans Professor of Religious Studies Research interests focus mainly on the late Middle Ages, with special interest in church architecture and in the history of witchcraft and magic Currently writing books on the mystical presence of Christ in the late Middle Ages an exploration of the relationship between ordinary and extraordinary piety, between shared religious culture and exceptional religious experience and late medieval church building an inquiry into the collaboration and conflict among different interest groups in the creation of monuments meant to serve and symbolize communal interests Books include European Witch Trials Routledge Kegan Paul 1976 ,Repression of Heresy in Medieval Germanyi Pennsylvania, 1979 , Unquiet Souls Chicago, 1984 , Magic in the Middle Ages Cambridge, 1989 ,Forbidden Rites Sutton and Penn State, 1997 , and Theology in Stone Oxford, 2004 A theme underlying much of his research is the way in which communities create and sustain a sense of shared culture in the face of difference, dissention, and dispute religionrthwestern In addition to the DAAD, his research has been supported by the Guggenheim Foundation, the American Council of Learned Societies, and the National Endowment for the Humanities In 2006, he was elected a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences enpedia wiki Richard


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