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  • Church & society in eighteenth-century Geneva, 1700-1789 

    Powell McNutt, Jennifer R. (University of St Andrews, 2008-06-26) - Thesis
    This doctoral thesis, entitled “Church & Society in Eighteenth-Century Geneva, 1700-1789”, will seek to reappraise the relationship between religion and the Enlightenment through the context of eighteenth-century Geneva. ...
  • The Reformation in Fife, 1560-1640 

    McCallum, John (University of St Andrews, 2008-11-27) - Thesis
    This thesis traces the establishment and development of a functioning reformed church in the parishes of Fife after the official Reformation of 1560. Based principally on archival sources, especially the records of the ...
  • The Bernese disputations of 1532 and 1538 : a historical and theological analysis 

    Eccher, Stephen Brett (University of St Andrews, 2011-11) - Thesis
    Given the relative paucity of treatments relating to both the 1532 and 1538 Bern Gespräche, alongside a growing historiography which has offered a clearer understanding of the backdrop around which these two debates were ...
  • Propaganda and persuasion in the early Scottish Reformation, c.1527-1557 

    Tapscott, Elizabeth L. (University of St Andrews, 2013-11-30) - Thesis
    The decades before the Scottish Reformation Parliament of 1560 witnessed the unprecedented use of a range of different media to disseminate the Protestant message and to shape beliefs and attitudes. By placing these works ...
  • Latin books published in Paris, 1501-1540 

    Mullins, Sophie (University of St Andrews, 2014-06) - Thesis
    This is a study of the Parisian Latin book industry in the first four decades of the sixteenth century. It challenges the assumption that the Reformation brought about a profound change in the European print world. Luther’s ...
  • The cult of Corpus Christi in early modern Bavaria : pilgrimages, processions, and confraternities between 1550 and 1750 

    Pentzlin, Nadja Irmgard (University of St Andrews, 2015-06-25) - Thesis
    Transubstantiation and the cult of Corpus Christi became crucial Counter-Reformation symbols which were assigned an even more significant role during the process of Catholic renewal from the mid-sixteenth to the mid-eighteenth ...