Cover

pdf iconDownload PDF
 

Title Page, Copyright

pdf iconDownload PDF
 

Contents

pdf iconDownload PDF
 

read more

Preface

pdf iconDownload PDF

pp. 1-3

I remember very clearly the day on which I was introduced to Natalie Davis’s work. It was 1977 and I was an MA student at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Society and Culture in Early Modern France was only a few months old. So great was the desire of teachers and students to read it, that the imported ...

read more

Chapter 1: The Global “Middle Ages”

pdf iconDownload PDF

pp. 5-43

I continue to follow the autobiographical strand with which I began. Coming to the world of historical research in the mid-1980s was tantamount to an exhilarating immersion in a gushing fountainhead. So much was fresh and new, and there was more to come. ...

read more

Chapter 2: Mary, and Others

pdf iconDownload PDF

pp. 45-77

In her article “The rites of violence” Natalie Davis taught many important lessons.1 One of the most influential was the link she demonstrated and explored between violence and the making of identity. In the course of violent encounters between Catholics and Protestants in sixteenth-century France people acted ...

read more

Chapter 3: Emotions and Selves

pdf iconDownload PDF

pp. 79-110

Following the footsteps of Natalie Zemon Davis, and very much in her honor, the previous two chapters traced the possibilities of a global history and the creation of terrains of polemic and encounter within the vast and important culture field that developed around Mary in medieval Europe. ...

Index

pdf iconDownload PDF

pp. 111-115

Pictures

pdf iconDownload PDF
 

Back Cover

pdf iconDownload PDF