Jesuits and the Politics of Religious Pluralism in Eighteenth Century Transylvania: Culture, Politics, and Religion, 1693-1773
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2007 - Broj stranica: 235
This book tells the story of the Jesuit mission to Cluj, Transylvania (now Romania) from 1693, when the Jesuits were allowed to return after almost a century of restricted activity in the region, until 1773, when the order was suppressed. Cluj, a city where the cultures of Eastern and Western Europe meet, represented the furthermost penetration into Orthodox Europe of the Baroque aesthetic and of the domination of the Habsburgs, supported and glorified by the Jesuits. The successes and failures of this religious order helped shape the history of the region for the next two centuries.
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