Understanding Popular Culture
Europe from the Middle Ages to the Nineteenth Century
Ed. by Kaplan, Steven L.
Series:New Babylon 40
DE GRUYTER MOUTON
Table of Contents
- Chapter I: Introduction
- Chapter II: The Learned and Popular Dimensions of Journeys in the Otherworld in the Middle Ages
- Chapter III: The Witches' Sabbat: Popular Cult or Inquisitorial Stereotype?
- Chapter IV: Sacerdote ovvero strione. Ecclesiastical and Superstitious Remedies in 16th Century Italy
- Chapter V: Popular Culture? Witches, Magistrates, and Divines in Early Modern England
- Chapter VI: Sin, Melancholy, Obsession: Insanity and Culture in 16th Century Germany
- Chapter VII: Popular Culture and the Early Modern State in 16th Century Germany
- Chapter VIII: We Think, They Act: Clerical Readings of Missionary Theatre in 16th Century New Spain
- Chapter IX: Culture as Appropriation: Popular Cultural Uses in Early Modern France
- Chapter X: Forms of Expertise: Intellectuals and "Popular" Culture in France (1650-1800)
- Chapter XI: On the Use and Abuse of Handicraft: Journeyman Culture and Enlightened Public Opinion in 18th and 19th Century Germany
- Notes on the Contributors
Chapter IV: Sacerdote ovvero strione. Ecclesiastical and Superstitious Remedies in 16th Century Italy
Chapter XI: On the Use and Abuse of Handicraft: Journeyman Culture and Enlightened Public Opinion in 18th and 19th Century Germany
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