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Middle Eastern and European Christianity, 16th-20th Century

Connected Histories

«The assembled pieces from the writings of Bernard Heyberger form a well-chosen and convincing cross section of the many different subjects that he has touched upon in his wide oeuvre and provide illustrative insights into the most important aspects of the work's subject, the connected histories of Eastern and Western Christianity in early modern and modern times." -Carsten Walbiner, University of Birmingham»

Collects Bernard Heyberger's ground-breaking studies on the connected history of Middle Eastern Christianity

Reframes the relationship between Ottoman Christian subjects and the surrounding societies based on unexplored archival data
Shows the connections between the historical processes and cultural developments of Western Europe and of the Ottoman Near East
Offers nuanced contextual study of Christian population agency in the Middle East during the Ottoman period
Integrate Eastern Catholicism in the history of Early Modern Roman Catholic Church
Uncovers the diversity of Arab Christian religious and cultural identification processes
Adopts an interdisciplinary approach: renews the approach to the study of religious minorities in the Islamic world, combining social history, cultural history, anthropology, art history
Relies on a 'global micro-historical approach', linking together case studies and general reflections that enlightens the interactions and cultural circulation between Western and Eastern Mediterranean

Bernard Heyberger carved new paths in the study of Middle Eastern Christianity, helping to shed fresh light on aspects of the connected history of the Near East that had previously been neglected. Les mer

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Collects Bernard Heyberger's ground-breaking studies on the connected history of Middle Eastern Christianity

Reframes the relationship between Ottoman Christian subjects and the surrounding societies based on unexplored archival data
Shows the connections between the historical processes and cultural developments of Western Europe and of the Ottoman Near East
Offers nuanced contextual study of Christian population agency in the Middle East during the Ottoman period
Integrate Eastern Catholicism in the history of Early Modern Roman Catholic Church
Uncovers the diversity of Arab Christian religious and cultural identification processes
Adopts an interdisciplinary approach: renews the approach to the study of religious minorities in the Islamic world, combining social history, cultural history, anthropology, art history
Relies on a 'global micro-historical approach', linking together case studies and general reflections that enlightens the interactions and cultural circulation between Western and Eastern Mediterranean

Bernard Heyberger carved new paths in the study of Middle Eastern Christianity, helping to shed fresh light on aspects of the connected history of the Near East that had previously been neglected. His ground-breaking work has spanned many disciplines, his approach to 'global microhistory' has focused on questions of space and circulation (people, texts and objects). In addition, he has made important contributions to the social and cultural history of Early Modern Catholicism.

In order to allow the international public to access his work, this volume presents a collection of Heyberger's studies for the first time in English, accompanied by an essay discussing the importance and legacy of his work and a comprehensive bibliography of his writings.

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Forlag
Edinburgh University Press
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
ISBN
9781399503532
Utgivelsesår
2023
Format
23 x 16 cm

Om forfatteren

Aur lien Girard is Associate Professor at Universit de Reims Champagne-Ardenne, member of CERHIC. He specialised in the multifaceted history of Eastern Christians (16th-19th c.) and the history of European orientalism. His last publications include 'Was an Eastern scholar necessarily a cultural broker in early-modern academic Europe? Faustus Naironus (1628-1711), the Christian East, and Oriental studies,' in Nick Hardy and Dmitri Levitin (eds), Faith and History: Confessionalisation and Erudition in Early Modern Europe (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019).Cesare Santus is Assistant Professor at the University of Trieste. His research focuses on the doctrinal and judicial control exercised by the Roman Inquisition over Eastern Christianity, both in the Ottoman Empire and Italy. His last publications include Trasgressioni necessarie. (Rome: EFR, 2019) and Wandering Lives: Eastern Christian Pilgrims, Alms-collectors and 'Refugees' in Early Modern Rome, in E. Michelson, M. Coneys Wainwright (eds), A Companion to Religious Minorities in Early Modern Rome (Leiden: Brill, 2020), pp. 237-271.Vassa Kontouma is the Dean of the Religious Sciences Section, EPHE Paris. Her most recent research focuses on the circulation of Orthodox books, ecclesiastical scholarly networks and the theology of the sacraments (15th-17th c.), as well as the phenomenon of popular theology in its late expressions (18th-19th c.). Her last publications include 'Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Greek Reception of Aquinas,' in M. Levering, M. Plested (eds), The Oxford Handbook of the Reception of Aquinas (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021), pp. 313-328.Kar ne Sanchez Summerer is Professor and Chair of Middle Eastern Studies at Groningen University. Her research considers the interactions between European linguistic and cultural policies and the Arab communities (1860-1948) in the Levant, missionaries' modalities and impact and Arab Catholic communities in Palestine. She recently published with K. Papastathis, Contemporary Levant, special issue, 'Eastern Christianity in Syria and Palestine and European Cultural Diplomacy (1860-1948). A Connected History,' vol. 6, issue 1, 2021.

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«The assembled pieces from the writings of Bernard Heyberger form a well-chosen and convincing cross section of the many different subjects that he has touched upon in his wide oeuvre and provide illustrative insights into the most important aspects of the work's subject, the connected histories of Eastern and Western Christianity in early modern and modern times." -Carsten Walbiner, University of Birmingham»

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