Culture wars : secular-Catholic conflict in nineteenth-century Europe /
This book is about the struggle that broke out between secular and religious forces in late nineteenth-century Europe. With its genuinely European focus and its innovative approach, this volume offers a fresh and revealing perspective on one of the main formative conflicts of modern European history...
Cambridge University Press,
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Table of Contents:
- The new Catholicism and the European culture wars / Christopher Clark
- that is our enemy!': European anticlericalism and the culture wars / Wolfram Kaiser
- 'Priest hits girl': on the front line in the 'war of the two Frances' / James McMillan
- The battle for monasteries, cemeteries and schools: Belgium / Els Witte
- Contested rituals and the battle for public space: the Netherlands / Peter Jan Margry and Henk te Velde
- Nonconformity, clericalism and 'Englishness': the United Kingdom / J.P. Parry
- The assault of the city of Levites: Spain / Julio de la Cueva
- Roma o morte: culture wars in Italy / Martin Papenheim
- Enemies at the gate: the Moabit Klostersturm and the Kulturkampf: Germany / Manuel Borutta
- Village quarrels and national controversies: Switzerland / Heidi Bossard-Borner
- The Counter-Reformation's last stand: Austria / Laurence Cole
- The uncivil origins of civil marriage: Hungary / Robert Nemes.