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Humanism and Calvinism : Andrew Melville and the universities of Scotland, 1560-1625

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

St. Andrews studies in Reformation history, Ashgate, Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT, p.328 (2011)

Call Number:

Cubb LA657 .R45 2011

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9146791

Keywords:

1545-1622, Andrew, Education, Higher--Scotland--History--16th century, Higher--Scotland--History--17th century, Melville, Reformation--Scotland, Scotland--Intellectual life--16th century, Scotland--Intellectual life--17th century, Universities and colleges--Scotland--History--16th century, Universities and colleges--Scotland--History--17th century, University of St. Andrews--History

Abstract:

Contents: Between Reformation and reform : the Scottish universities, 1560-74 -- Humanism and Calvinism : Melville's education, 1545-74 -- The first foray into reform : Melville and the "ancient" universities, 1574-84 -- Reform and reaction at St Andrews, 1579-88 -- The rise and fall of "Melvillian" St Andrews, 1588-97 -- The rise of "the moderates" in St Andrews, 1597-1606 -- "Godly" humanism, civic control : Scotland's Protestant arts colleges, 1582-c.1606 -- The Scottish universities post-Melville, c. 1606-25 -- Conclusion -- Appendix: Student matriculations and graduations, 1559-1625.

Publication Language:

eng