Violence in the French Wars of Religion

A new supplement issue of Past and Present (vol 214, supplement 7) is dedicated to violence and the French Wars of Religion.

The table of contents taken from the email notice:

Preface
Graeme Murdock, Penny Roberts, and Andrew Spicer
Past and Present 2012 214: 7

1. Introduction
Writing ‘The Rites of Violence’ and Afterward*
Natalie Zemon Davis
Past and Present 2012 214: 8-29

2. Rites and Ritual
Rites of Repair: Restoring Community in the French Religious Wars*
Barbara B. Diefendorf
Past and Present 2012 214: 30-51

Religious Violence in Sixteenth-Century France: Moving Beyond Pollution and Purification
Mack P. Holt
Past and Present 2012 214: 52-74

Peace, Ritual, and Sexual Violence during the Religious Wars
Penny Roberts
Past and Present 2012 214: 75-99

3. Rights and Agency
Massacres during the French Wars of Religion*
Allan A. Tulchin
Past and Present 2012 214: 100-126

The Rights of Violence*
Stuart Carroll
Past and Present 2012 214: 127-162

Prophets in Arms? Ministers in War, Ministers on War: France 1562–74
Philip Benedict
Past and Present 2012 214: 163-196

4. Rites and Representation
Rites of Torture in Reformation Geneva*
Sara Beam
Past and Present 2012 214: 197-219

From Christ-like King to Antichristian Tyrant: A First Crisis of the Monarchical Image at the Time of Francis I
Denis Crouzet and Philippa Woodcock
Past and Present 2012 214: 220-240

Painting Power: Antoine Caron’s Massacres of the Triumvirate
Neil Cox and Mark Greengrass
Past and Present 2012 214: 241-274

5. Afterword
Afterword
Graeme Murdock and Andrew Spicer
Past and Present 2012 214: 275-286

Mostly the usual suspects.

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