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Universal Reform: Studies in Intellectual History, 1550-1700
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Ashgate Publishing Limited
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Howard Hotson,Vladimir Urbanek
Table Of Contents
Introduction; The lost tribes in the Americas: Judeo-Christian reciprocity across the Atlantic world (1648-1666); New monarchs or grand impostors? James Nayler and Sabbatai Sevi (1656-1666); Who sacked Mecca? The life of a rumour (1665-1666); A Jewish Messiah among Christians: the evolution of European perceptions of Sabbatai Sevi (1665-1666); Conclusion; Appendix; Select bibliography; Index.
Brandon Marriott received his doctoral degree in early modern European history from the University of Oxford in 2012. His publications and presentations centre on cross-religious interactions in the early modern Abrahamic world. He has recently worked as a sessional instructor at Simon Fraser University and held a short-term fellowship at the Warburg Institute to undertake research on his next project: a cross-religious history of Gog and Magog.