This guide was created for students in Dr. Champagne's Reformation and Transformation of Europe (EUH 4144) class. This course focuses on the societal role of religion in the Later Middle Ages, and the economic, social, political, cultural, and institutional changes in Europe through c. 1650, including a study of the figures, texts, and movements within the Protestant Reformation, and those in the Catholic (Counter) Reformation.
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