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Memory and identity : the Huguenots in France and the Atlantic Diaspora / edited by Bertrand Van Ruymbeke and Randy J. Sparks.

Contributor(s): Van Ruymbeke, Bertrand, 1962- | Sparks, Randy J.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Carolina lowcountry and the Atlantic world. Publisher: Columbia, S.C. : University of South Carolina Press, c2003Description: xvi, 335 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1570034842 (alk. paper).Subject(s): Huguenots -- History -- Congresses | Religious refugees -- History -- Congresses | Huguenots -- History -- 17th century -- Congresses | Religious refugees -- History -- 17th century -- Congresses | Reformed Church -- France -- History. -- Congresses
Contents:
Minority survival: the Huguenot paradigm in France and the diaspora / Bertrand Van Ruymbeke -- Identity, law, and the Huguenots of early modern France / Diane C. Margolf -- Sociability and culpability: conventions of mediation and reconciliation within the sixteenth-century Huguenot community / Raymond A. Mentzer -- Cemeteries, religious difference, and the creation of cultural boundaries in seventeenth-century French communities / Keith P. Luria -- French Congregation's struggle for acceptance in Emden, Germany / Timothy Fehler -- Acculturation and the French Church of London, 1600-circa 1640 / Charles Littleton -- Fortunes of the strangers in Norwich and Canterbury, 1565-1700 / John Miller -- Uncertain brotherhood: the Huguenots in the Dutch republic / Willem Frijhoff -- Family bonds across the refuge / Carolyn Lougee Chapell -- Huguenots and the American immigrant experience / Jon Butler -- Huguenot merchants and the development of South Carolina's slave-plantation and Atlantic trading economy, 1680-1775 / R.C. Nash -- Protestants of colonial New York City: a demographic profile / Joyce D. Goodfriend -- Colony of "native French Catholics"? The Protestants of New France in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries / Leslie Choquette -- Protestants and the colonization of the French West Indies / Gaerard Lafleur and Lucien Abaenon -- Cape Huguenots and their legacy in apartheid South Africa / Philippe Denis -- Frenchmen by birth, Huguenots by the grace of God: some of the aspects of Huguenot myth / Bernard Cottret.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Minority survival: the Huguenot paradigm in France and the diaspora / Bertrand Van Ruymbeke -- Identity, law, and the Huguenots of early modern France / Diane C. Margolf -- Sociability and culpability: conventions of mediation and reconciliation within the sixteenth-century Huguenot community / Raymond A. Mentzer -- Cemeteries, religious difference, and the creation of cultural boundaries in seventeenth-century French communities / Keith P. Luria -- French Congregation's struggle for acceptance in Emden, Germany / Timothy Fehler -- Acculturation and the French Church of London, 1600-circa 1640 / Charles Littleton -- Fortunes of the strangers in Norwich and Canterbury, 1565-1700 / John Miller -- Uncertain brotherhood: the Huguenots in the Dutch republic / Willem Frijhoff -- Family bonds across the refuge / Carolyn Lougee Chapell -- Huguenots and the American immigrant experience / Jon Butler -- Huguenot merchants and the development of South Carolina's slave-plantation and Atlantic trading economy, 1680-1775 / R.C. Nash -- Protestants of colonial New York City: a demographic profile / Joyce D. Goodfriend -- Colony of "native French Catholics"? The Protestants of New France in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries / Leslie Choquette -- Protestants and the colonization of the French West Indies / Gaerard Lafleur and Lucien Abaenon -- Cape Huguenots and their legacy in apartheid South Africa / Philippe Denis -- Frenchmen by birth, Huguenots by the grace of God: some of the aspects of Huguenot myth / Bernard Cottret.

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