: Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers, 1996] being an exception).
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In a review in Sixteenth Century Journal (Fall 2001), Keen worried over the lack of biographical detail and the overemphasis on the three works of Melanchthon mentioned above.
Karant-Nunn, "Continuity and change: Some Effects of the Reformation on the Women of Zwickau," in The Sixteenth Century Journal 12, 1982, 17-42, esp.
Since the book under review here does not include all material from Barnes' articles, it is worth citing a few of the more important ones: "From Ritual to Meditative Piety: Devotional Change in French Penitential Confraternities from the Sixteenth to the Eighteenth Centuries," Journal of Ritual Studies 1 (1987); "The Wars of Religion and the Origins of Reformed Confraternities of Penitents: A Theoretical Approach," Archives de sciences sociales des religions 32 (1987); Cliques and Participation: Organizational Dynamics in the Penitents Bourras," Journal of Interdisciplinary History 19 (1988); "Religious Anxiety and Devotional Change in Sixteenth-Century French Penitential Confraternities," Sixteenth Century Journal 19 (1988).
: Sixteenth Century Journal, 1984), Watt's study is based primarily on court cases.
And the fact that the early modern period enjoys substantial scholarly attention is clearly apparent when looking at one of the indispensable tools of the early modern scholar, the annual directory called Scholars of Early Modern Studies, published by the Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers and the Center for Reformation Research.
Kirksville, Mo: Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers, 1996.
A Woman under the Influence': A Case of Alleged Possession in Sixteenth-Century France," The Sixteenth Century Journal 22 (1991): 535-54.