Religions 2012, 3(4), 1138-1139; doi:10.3390/rel3041138
Editorial

From the Renaissance to the Modern World—Introduction

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Received: 21 November 2012; Accepted: 22 November 2012 / Published: 6 December 2012
(This article belongs to the Special Issue From the Renaissance to the Modern World)
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Excerpt: On November 11 and 12, 2011, a symposium held at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill honored John M. Headley, Emeritus Professor of History. The organizers, Professor Melissa Bullard—Headley’s colleague in the department of history at that university—along with Professors Paul Grendler (University of Toronto) and James Weiss (Boston College), as well as Nancy Gray Schoonmaker, coordinator of the Program in Medieval and Early Modern Studies—assembled presenters, respondents, and dozens of other participants from Western Europe and North America to celebrate the career of their prolific, versatile, and influential colleague whose publications challenged and often changed the ways scholars think about Martin Luther, Thomas More, the Habsburg empire, early modern Catholicism, globalization, and multiculturalism. [...]
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Kaufman, P.I. From the Renaissance to the Modern World—Introduction. Religions 2012, 3, 1138-1139.

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Kaufman PI. From the Renaissance to the Modern World—Introduction. Religions. 2012; 3(4):1138-1139.

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Kaufman, Peter Iver. 2012. "From the Renaissance to the Modern World—Introduction." Religions 3, no. 4: 1138-1139.

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