Main Publications

“Where Two Crosses Met: Religious Accommodation between a Reformed Protestant Community and a Commandery of the Order of Malta (Loudun, ca. 1560-1660)."  Church History 81, issue 4 (December 2012): 815-851.

"The Protestants of Loudun: The Fragile Existence of a Religious Minority in Seventeenth-Century France (1598-1685)."  Social History/Histoire Sociale 46, no. 91 (mai-May 2013): 1-41.

«  ‘La foi sans les œuvres est morte’: Les protestants de Loudun et la pratique de la charité (1589-1685), » forthcoming in the edited collection from Colloque International: Le protestantisme et les oeuvres en Europe : institutions et pratiques charitables (XVIe-XIXe siècles) (Mulhouse, France). (Forthcoming).

“The Consistory of Loudun, 1589-1602: Seeking an Equilibrium between Utility, Compassion, and Social Discipline in Uncertain Times.” Raymond Mentzer Philippe Chareyre and Françoise Moreil, eds. Dire l’interdit: The Vocabulary of Censure and Exclusion in the Early Modern Reformed Tradition.  Leiden: Brill, 2010.  239-271.

 «La mort, l’au-delà et les relations confessionnelles: Les testaments et leurs testateurs dans la ville de Loudun, 1598-1685».  Didier Boisson et Yves Krumenacker, éds.  La Coexistence confessionnelle à l’épreuve: études sur les relations entre Protestants et Catholics dans la France moderne.  Lyon: L’équipe Religions, Sociétés et Acculturation (RESEA) du Laboratoire de Recherche Historique Rhône-Alpes (LARHRA, UMR 5190), 2009. 151-168.

“Caught between King, Religion, and Social Ambition: Marc-Antoine Marreau de Boisguérin and His Family (ca. 1560-1680).”The Sixteenth Century Journal 29, no. 2 (Summer, 2008): 331-356.
 

“The Jesuits and the Application of the Edict of Nantes: the Priory of Notre-Dame-du-Château, Loudun, 1568-1640.” Proceedings of the Western Society for French History: Selected Papers 28 (2000): 146-156.
 
“Charity and Confessional Difference in Seventeenth-Century France: The Maison de Charité of Loudun, 1648-1685.” Confraternitas (Society for Confraternity Studies) 11 no. 2 (Fall, 2000): 3-26.

 


 

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