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Title Enduring loss in early modern Germany [electronic resource] : cross disciplinary perspectives / edited by Lynne Tatlock.

Imprint Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2010.


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Description xxix, 476 p. : ill., ports.
Series Studies in Central European histories, 1547-1217 ; v. 50
Studies in Central European histories ; v. 50.
Note Essays from papers presented at fifth triennial conference of Fruhe Neuzeit Interdisziplinar (FNI), held at Duke University, March 27-29, 2008.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The Thirty Years' War as experience and memory : contemporary perceptions of a macro-historical event / Hans Medick -- Vanitas, vanitatum, et omnia vanitas : the Baroque transience topos and its structural relation to trauma / Claudia Benthien -- Durer's losses and the dilemmas of being / Jeffrey Chipps Smith -- Memento mori, memento mei : Albrecht Durer and the art of dying / Helmut Puff -- Enduring loss and memorializing women : the cultural role of dynastic widows in early modern Germany / Jill Bepler -- Paper monuments and the creation of memory : the personal and dynastic mourning of Princess Magdalena Sibylle of Saxony / Mara R. Wade -- Loss and emotion in funeral works on children in seventeenth-century Germany / Claudia Jarzebowski -- Enduring death in pietism : regulating mourning and the new intimacy / Ulrike Gleixner -- Between the old faith and the new : spiritual loss in Reformation Germany / Christopher Ocker -- Loss and gain in a Salzburg convent : Tridentine reform, princely absolutism, and on the nuns of Nonnberg (1620 to 1696) / Barbara Lawatsch Melton -- Themes of exile and (re-)enclosure in music for the Franciscan convents of Counter-Reformation Munich during the Thirty Years' War / Alexander J. Fisher -- Locating the sacred in biconfessional Augsburg / Lee Palmer Wandel -- Losing one's place : memory, history, and space in post-Reformation Germany / Duane J. Corpis -- Migration and the loss of spiritual community : the case of Daniel Falckner and Anna Maria Schuchart / Rosalind J. Beiler -- Forecasting loss : Christoph Saur's Pennsylvania German calender (1751 to 1757) / Bethany Wiggin -- After the fall : the dynamics of social death and rebirth in the wake of the Hochstetter bankruptcy, 1529 to 1586 / Thomas Max Safley.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
Subject Loss (Psychology) -- Social aspects -- Germany -- History -- Congresses.
Loss (Psychology) -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- Congresses.
Death -- Social aspects -- Germany -- History -- Congresses.
Identity (Psychology) -- Germany -- History -- Congresses.
Creative ability -- Germany -- History -- Congresses.
Community life -- Germany -- History -- Congresses.
Germany -- History -- 1517-1648 -- Congresses.
Germany -- History -- 1648-1740 -- Congresses.
Germany -- Social life and customs -- Congresses.
Germany -- Religious life and customs -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Tatlock, Lynne, 1950-
Fruhe Neuzeit Interdisziplinar (Group)
ProQuest (Firm)
ISBN 9789004184541 (hbk. : alk. paper)
9789004185340 (electronic bk.)

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