Religion: Reformation

Crangle, J. 2015

‘Why did England change its mind? Perceptions regarding human remains before, during and after the Reformation’, in A. Eusterschulte H. Wälzholz & G. Frank (eds) Anthropological Reformations: Anthology in the Era of Reformation, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, 371-81.

Papadakis, L.K.C. 2020

‘De imago to word : the exile of the dead from parish symbolism in Reformation England’, in C. Cann (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Death and the Afterlife, London: Routledge, 183-191.

Raeburn, G. 2009

‘The changing face of Scottish burial practices, 1560-1645’, Reformation & Renaissance Review, 11:2, 181-201.

Raeburn, G. 2016

‘Death, superstition, and common society following the Scotland Reformation’, Mortality, 21:1, 36-51.

Spicer, A. 2000

‘“Defyle not Christ’s kirk with your carrion”: burial and the development of burial aisles in post-Reformation Scotland’, in B. Gordon and P. Marshall (eds) The Place of the Dead: Death and Remembrance in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 149-169.


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