Spiritual kinship in Europe, 1500-1900

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By Statement edited by Guido Alfani, Assistant Professor of Economic History, Bocconi University, Italy, Vincent Gourdon, Researcher, Centre National de la recherche scientifique, Paris, France
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Subjects SOCIAL SCIENCE / Sociology / Marriage & Family
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Spiritual kinship in Europe, 1500-1900
Authors Guido Alfani
Vincent Gourdon
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Categories History
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Description Stretching from the end of the Middle Ages to the Second Industrial Revolution (c. 1500-1900), the authors in this volume analyze spiritual kinship in Europe and its associated social customs - with special attention given to godparenthood. These customs had great importance for Early Modern and Modern European societies, and this collection represents an interdisciplinary effort to combine the work of social and economic historians, historical demographers, anthropologists and sociologists. Arranged chronologically and geographically, chapters cover specific areas of the European continent, from the Mediterranean to Scandinavia and Eastern Europe. Reconstructing changes in theological thought about spiritual kinship, particularly before and after the Reformation, and comparing Catholic, Protestant and Orthodox views and practices, Spiritual Kinship in Europe provides a comprehensive picture of how social practices and religious ideas related to spiritual kinship and godparenthood.
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Page Count 324
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Published Date 2012-03-20
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