Popular Religion (1973-1974)
During the academic year 1973-1974, the Shelby Cullom Davis Center for Historical Studies focused on the history of popular religion, primarily in the context of Europe and the United States.
- Reform, revivalism, and iconoclasm
- Witch hunting
- Church, nation, and state
- Religious legitimacy
Davis Center Fellows
- Jay P. Dolan, University of Notre Dame
- Carlo Ginzburg, University of California, Los Angeles
- Lionel Rothkrug
- Stephen Yeo, University of Sussex, Brighton
Shelby Cullom Davis Center Volume
Religion and the People, 800-1700
Edited by James Obelkevich
Copyright 1979 University of North Carolina Press
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