Schilling, Heinz: Confessional Europe

Translated by Thomas A. Brady, Jr.

NOTES

1. The theoretical basis for this is fully developed in Schilling (1981), 15-49, and (1992), xiv, 205ff.,247ff. Confesionalization has been the subject of three symposia sponsored by the Verein fur Reformationsgeschichte: Schilling (1986); Rublack (1992); Reinhard and Schilling (1995). On the international reception of the “confessionalization” paradigm, see Schmidt (1992); Hsia (1989); Prodi (1992); Cameron (1991), 361ff; Chevalier and Sauzet (1985); and Venard (1992).

2. G. Vogler (1994); Lehmann (1980); Israel (1989). See Robert Bonfil. in Handbook of European History 1400-1600. Late Middle Ages, Renaissance and Reformation, vol. 1:263-303.

3. Following Reinhard Koselleck, “‘Sattelzeit’ der Moderne ab 1750,” introduction to Geschichtliche Grundbegriffe, vol 1 (Stuttgart, 1972): xv. Eric W. Cochrane comes to a similar conclusion in Headley and Tomato (1988), 31-46, at 43 ( “an age of consolidation”).

4. Prodi (1992), esp. 228f.; Schilling (1981), 23-24, esp. 26.

5. Fundamental is Winfried Schulze, “Vom Gemmeinnutz zum Eigennutz”, HZ 243 (1986): 591-626, and (1987).

6. Baur and Sparn (1990),954. On the oath, see Prodi (1992), 282ff.; Brecht and Schwarz (1980), 351-78

7. Parker and Smith (1978); Rabb (1975); Zeller (1971 – 78), vol. 2:1-13; Lehmann (1980); Clark (1985).

8. Pfister (1985).

9. See Jan de Vries, in Handbook of European History 1400 – 1600, Late Middle Ages, Renaissance and Reformation, vol. 1:1 – 50.

10. De Vries (1976); on trade and industry, see Bartolome Yun and John H. Munro, ibid, vol. 1:113 – 46, 147 – 96.

11. Van der Wee (1988), 307-81.

12. Ankerloo and Henningsen (1990); Behringer (1988); Hsia (1988b),esp. 197-230.

13. Tschopp (1991); Jean Delumeau, Jacques Sole, in Chevalier and Sauzet (1985), 7-13, 57-64.

14. Maltby (1971); Kingdon (1988).

15. Schilling (1988), 371-419.

16. Schilling (1986); Henry J. Cohn, in Prestwich (1985), 135-66; Rublack (1992); Reinhard and Schilling (1995).

17 Van Deursen (1974); Duke (1990), and in Prestwich (1985), 109 – 34; Tracy (1985); Schilling (1992a), 353-412; Kaplan (1989); Marnef (1987) and (1991).

18. Collinson (1982), (1983), and in Prestwich (1985), 197-224. See also O’Day (1986); Cross (1987); Tyacke (1987); Watts (1985).

19. Volker Reinhardt, in Deutschland in Europa, ed. Bernd Martin (Munich, 1992), 90; Gordon (1992),23-36.

20. Even for France, the influence of Trent has recently been acknowledged.

21. O’Malley (1988); Reinhard and Schilling (1995); Headley (1988); Garstein (1963-80, 1991); Tracy (1985); Jerzy Kloczowski, in Venard (1992).

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