Eric Josef Carlson received his PhD in 1987 from Harvard University, where he worked with Wallace MacCaffrey and Steven Ozment. He is a life member of Clare Hall, Cambridge.
Marriage and the English Reformationby Eric Josef Carlson, Carlson
The key question in the study of the English Reformation has been whether it resulted from authoritative action from above or by popular demand from below. By locking the medieval and Tudor periods together and by concentrating on the issue of marriage in the Middle Ages, the author is able to suggest a resolution to the question. This is, then, a fundamental contribution to the understanding of the development of English society at a turning point in its history.
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- Family, Sexuality and Social Relations in Past Times Series
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- 6.40(w) x 9.35(h) x 1.09(d)
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