New Issue of Journal of Early Modern Christianity Now Available on De Gruyter Online

Posted: 8 January 2020

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Volume 6 Issue 2 is a special issue on Late Medieval and Early Modern Bibles and their Readers. Guest Editors are: Sabrina Corbellini, Wim François and Thomas Fulton.

The issue contains contributions of

Thomas Fulton
Bibles in the Hands of Readers: Dutch, English, French, and Italian Perspectives

Wim François and Sabrina Corbellini
Shaping Religious Reading Cultures in the Early Modern Netherlands: The “Glossed Bibles” of Jacob van Liesvelt and Willem Vorsterman (1532–1534ff.)

Bert Tops
The Quest for the Early Modern Bible Reader: The Dutch Vorsterman Bible (1533–1534), its Readers and Users

Renske Annelize Hoff
Framing Biblical Reading Practices: The Impact of the Paratext of Jacob van Liesvelt’s Bibles (1522–1545)

Thomas Fulton and Jeremy Specland
The Elizabethan Catholic New Testament and Its Readers

Margriet Hoogvliet
Manual Labour and Biblical Reading in Late Medieval France

Marco Faini
Vernacular Books and Domestic Devotion in Cinquecento Italy


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