Renaissance Education Between Religion and Politics

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Paul F. Grendler
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., Jan 1, 2006 - History - 328 pages
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The theme of this volume is the interaction between schools, universities, and teachers on one hand, and church and state, on the other. Some articles present the results of detailed investigations, while others offer broad overviews of European, and especially Italian, education in the Renaissance.
  

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Contents

Erasmus
43
Students of the Schools and Students of the University 110
73
FifteenthCentury
83
Italian Schools and University Dreams during
483
The Attempts of the Jesuits to Enter Italian Universities
523
The Piarists of the Pious Schools 252278
545
Renaissance Humanism Schools and Universities 126
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universitd ilaliane tra 500 e 600 in Gesuiti e universitd
13
Index 112
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Paul F. Grendler is a distinguished scholar of the Italian Renaissance. The author of numerous books and editor in chief of Encyclopedia of the Renaissance and Renaissance: An Encyclopedia for Students, he has been president of three scholarly organizations including The Renaissance Society of America. He is currently a Fellow of the American Philosophical Society. Grendler taught at the University of Toronto for thirty-four years.

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