Public opinion and changing identities in the early modern Netherlands [electronic resource] : essays in honour of Alastair Duke / edited by Judith Pollmann, Andrew Spicer
- Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2007.
- Physical Description:
- xiii, 305 pages : illustrations, color portrait ; 25 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Duke, A. C., Pollmann, Judith, and Spicer, Andrew
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- Available to subscribing member institutions only.
- Dramatizing the Dutch revolt : romantic history and its sixteenth-century antecedents / Hugh Dunthorne -- A provincial news community in sixteenth-century Europe / Andrew Pettegree -- Cartography, chorography and patrotic sentiment in the sixteenth-century Low countries / Paul Regan -- "And ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars" : rumour and the revolt of the Netherlands / Henk van Nierop -- Public opinion and the persecution of heretics in the Netherlands, 1550-59 / Juliaan Woltjer -- "Superexcellat autem misericordia iudicium" : the homiiy of François Richardot on the occasion of the solemn announcement of the general pardon in the Netherlands (Antwerp, 16 July 1570) / Gustaaf Janssens -- Resistance and the celebration of privileges in sixteenth-century Brabant / Guido Marnef -- Justus Lipsius between war and peace : his public letter on Spanish foreign policy and the respective merits of war, peace or truce (1595) / Nicolette Mout -- Medium and message : political prints in the Dutch Republic, 1568-1632 / Andrew Sawyer -- Public opinion or ritual celebration of concord? : politics, religion and society in the competition between the Chambers of rhetoric at Vlaardingen, 1616 / Joke Spaans -- "Brabanters do fairly resemble Spaniards after all" : memory, propaganda and identity in the Twelve years' truce / Judith Pollmann -- "Concordia res parvae crescunt" : regional histories and the Dutch Republic in the seventeenth century / Raingard Esser -- "So many painted Jezebels" : stained glass windows and the formation of an urban identity in the Dutch Republic / Andrew Spicer -- Group identity and opinion among the Huguenot diaspora and the challenge of Pierre Bayle's toleration theory (1685-1706) / Jonathan Israel.
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- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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