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The Coverture of Widowhood: Heterodox Female Publishers in Antwerp, 1530-1580
This article explores the publishing activities of five widowed women in mid-sixteenth-century Antwerp. These widows were notable in that they produced scores of religiously heterodox texts in aExpand
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Uproar in Antwerp, 1522
Orthodoxy and Opposition: The Creation of a Secular Inquisition in Early Modern Brabant
Decades of burgeoning humanism, intensifying lay piety, and an increasing anticlerical sentiment, paved the way for Martin Luther’s reforming message when it reached the Low Countries in 1519. AsExpand