[Autom. eng. transl.] Located in the heart of Europe, from the sixteenth century a frontier land between Protestantism and Catholicism, Alsace lived dramatically until the end of the eighteenth century the laceration between the two confessions. However, it has also experimented with the ways of civil coexistence within prestigious cultural institutions, such as the Gymnasium of Johann Sturm and the colleges of the Society of Jesus. fruitful and peaceful confrontation, identifying in this path an important key to better understand European history; a story to be recomposed through the rediscovery of the identities that nourish it and the cultural roots of the people who constitute it. Rejecting confessional optics that could mislead the debate, this book, born of a wide-ranging survey of the sources, also wants to make a contribution to the synthetic reconstruction of a regional history that was for the modern age, but not only that, very significant .
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] The disputed harmony. Identity and education in modern Alsace|
|Number of pages||396|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|
- Sturm Johann
- confessioni cristiane