3 edition of Spiritual kinship in Europe, 1500-1900 found in the catalog.
Spiritual kinship in Europe, 1500-1900
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Guido Alfani, Assistant Professor of Economic History, Bocconi University, Italy, Vincent Gourdon, Researcher, Centre National de la recherche scientifique, Paris, France|
|LC Classifications||BV1478 .S75 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011048623|
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Spiritual Kinship in Europe, th Edition by G. Alfani (Editor), V. Gourdon (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Format: Hardcover. The authors in this volume analyze spiritual kinship in Europe from 1500-1900 book end of the Middle Ages to the Industrial Age.
Uniquely comparing Catholic, Protestant and Orthodox views and practices, the chapters look at changes in theological thought over time as well as in social customs related to spiritual kinship, including godparenthood.
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Uniquely comparing Catholic, Protestant and Orthodox views and practices, the. Read "Spiritual Kinship in Europe, " by available from Rakuten Kobo. The authors in this volume analyze spiritual kinship in Europe from Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK. Stretching from the end of the Middle Ages to the Second Industrial Revolution (c.
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The authors in this volume analyze spiritual kinship in Europe Spiritual kinship in Europe Brand: Spiritual kinship in Europe Macmillan UK. Spiritual kinship in Europe, [electronic resource] / edited Spiritual kinship in Europe Guido Alfani, Assistant Professor of Economic History, Bocconi University, Milan, Italy and Vincent Gourdon, Researcher, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, France.
Guido Alfani, Vincent Gourdon (eds.), Spiritual kinship in Europe,London, Palgrave Macmillan,p. Buy Spiritual Kinship in Europe, by Guido Alfani (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Book review. Spiritual Kinship 1500-1900 book Europe,edited by Guido Alfani and Vincent Gourdon, Houndmills (Basingstoke), Palgrave Macmillan,XII, ppAuthor: Agnese Vitali.
Stretching from the end of the Middle Ages to the Second Industrial Revolution (c. ), the authors in this volume 1500-1900 book spiritual kinship in Europe and its associated social customs - with Spiritual kinship in Europe attention given to godparenthood.
Cite this chapter as: Alfani G., Gourdon V. () Spiritual kinship and godparenthood: an introduction. In: Alfani G., Gourdon V. (eds) Spiritual Kinship in Europe Cited by: 4.
Free 2-day shipping. Buy Spiritual Kinship in Europe, (Hardcover) at This book declines to accept predictions made, on 1500-1900 book basis of a common population projection, that European family life will 1500-1900 book a common pattern.
Spiritual kinship in Europe Further, across a comparison of a number of case studies, it points to a degree of diversity in European family values as revealed when one looks closely at the ways in which these values are.
What meaning did human kinship possess in a world regulated by Biblical Spiritual kinship in Europe, committed to the primacy of spiritual relationships, and bound by the sinews of divine love.
In the process of exploring this question, Hans Hummer offers a searching re-examination of kinship in Europe between late Roman times and the high middle ages, the period bridging Europe's primitive.
Around A.D. European patterns of marriage and kinship were turned on their head. What had previously been the norm - marriage to close kin - became the new taboo. The same applied to adoption, the obligation of a man to marry his brother's widow and a number of other central practices.
With these changes Christian Europe broke radically from its own past and. What meaning did human kinship possess in a world regulated by biblical time, committed to the primacy of spiritual relationships, and bound by the sinews of divine love.
In the process of exploring that question, this book offers a searching re-examination of kinship in Europe between late Roman times and the high Middle Ages, the period bridging Europe’s primitive Author: Hans Hummer.
7 The Reformation, the Council of Trent and the Divergence of Spiritual Kinship and Godparenthood across Europe: A Long-run Analysis in The History of Families and Households: Comparative European DimensionsAuthor: Guido Alfani.
Alfani, Guido, and Vincent Gourdon, eds. Spiritual Kinship in Europe, – Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, DOI: / E-mail Citation» Includes articles ranging across Europe from the 16th through the 19th century, providing broad geographical coverage and a complete bibliography.
Joseph H. Lynch traces the introduction and assimilation of the concept of spiritual kinship into Anglo-Saxon England. Covering the years tohe shows how this notion unsettled and in time altered the structures of the society.
In early Germanic societies, kinship was a major organizing by: In medieval Europe baptism did not merely represent a solemn and public recognition of the 'natural' birth of a child, but was regarded as a second, 'spiritual birth', within a social group often different from the child's blood relations: a spiritual family, composed of godfathers and godmothers.
By analyzing the changing theological and social nature of spiritual kinship and. His publications include Spiritual Kinship as Social Practice () and Atlas des Historischen Bildwissens (). David Warren Sabean is Henry J. Bruman Professor of German History at the University of California, Los Angeles, and Pages: Catholic Europe«.
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 51/3 (): pp. ; Guido Alfani and Vincent Gourdon, Spiritual Kinship in Europe, – Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2 For a social network analysis based on computer Author: Vedran Stojanović, Nella Lonza. Buy Sibling Relations and the Transformations of European Kinship, by Johnson, Christopher H., Sabean, David Warren (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. Books | Journals | Kinship 18 Europe 9 Social Life And Customs 6 Families 6 + and History of Europe 1 Publication Year. to Present 9 7 to 2. Since the publication of Philippe Ariès’s book, Centuries of Childhood, in the early s, there has been great interest among historians in the history of the family and the household.
A central aspect of the debate relates the story of the family to implicit notions of modernization, with the rise of the nuclear family in the West as part of its economic and.
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Italia settentrionale, secoli XII-XVIII» Baptiser» Ricchezza, Valore e Proprieta'. "Fichtenau delivers a fascinating view of tenth-century Europe on the eve of the second millenium. He writes this hoping we, on the eve of the third millennium, will take time also to look at who we are and at our world This engaging book lucidly carries the reader through an amazing amount of material.
Medieval scholars will find it resourceful and challenging; the. Fathers and Godfathers: Spiritual Kinship in Early-Modern Italy. By Guido Alfani. Catholic Christendom, Farnham, U.K.: Ashgate, xiv + pp.
[pounds sterling] cloth. Guido Alfani has produced an informative, even if ultimately unsatisfying, work on the religious sociology of early modern Italy. Godparents and Kinship in Early Medieval Europe.
In this Book. Joseph Lynch presents a comprehensive analysis of the origins and development in Western society of this "spiritual" kinship.
Because of its solemnity and adaptability, such kinship gradually took its place alongside blood and marital ties as a fundamental part of medieval. The Spiritual Kinship View.
THE PROBLEM OF BAPTIST SUCCESSION. The Anabaptist movement on the Continent of Europe originated with no particular man and in any one place. It seems to have been a movement which sprang up and flourished from about A. to A. D in many places and under many leaders.
The history of spiritual kinship in pre-industrial Europe is a virtually uncharted field. In view of its importance in many contemporary southern European and Latin American communities, it has been assumed that its role in western society in earlier times was even more significant.
Unfortunately the bonds established at baptism (between godchild and godparent, between. Around A.D. European patterns of marriage and kinship were turned on their head.
What had previously been the norm - marriage to close kin - became the new taboo. The same applied to adoption, the obligation of a man to marry his brother's widow 4/5. Totemism is a relationship of spiritual kinship between a human or group of humans and a particular species of animal or plant.
The totem animal or plant is generally held to be an ancestor, guardian, and/or benefactor of the human or humans in totem animal or plant is sometimes held to overlap with the human self in some way. In the pre-Christian worldview. Guido Alfani has written: 'Baptiser' -- subject(s): History, Baptism and church membership, Social aspects, Baptism, Sponsors, Catholic Church 'Spiritual kinship in Europe, ' -.
17 For the domestic groups of the Baltic states, see Plakans, Andrejs, Kinship in the past: an anthropology of European family life – (Oxford, ), 52 – 75; Plakans, Andrejs, ‘The familial contexts of early childhood in Baltic serf society’, in Robin, Wall and Laslett, eds., Family forms, – ; Plakans, Andrejs Cited by: A godparent (also known as a sponsor, or gossiprede), in many denominations of Christianity, is someone who bears witness to a child's christening and later is willing to help in their catechesis, as well as their lifelong spiritual formation.
In the past, in some countries, the role carried some legal obligations as well as religious responsibilities. "6 Women’s Reputation and Marriage Disputes in Protestant and Catholic Europe, –" published on 01 Jan by : Daniela Lombardi. JACK GOODY, The development of the family and marriage in Europe~ Cambridge etc.: Cambridge University Press xii, 22lpp., Maps, Figures, Tables, Appendixes, Bibliography, Index.
£ ANDREJS PLAKANS, Kinship in the Past: An Anthropology of European Fami Life ~ Oxford and New York: Basil Blackwell Kinship in these contexts was not determined by “bonds of reciprocity” but instead manifested itself in spiritual communities whose members understood themselves collectively as part an elite.
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