Natalie Zemon Davis, Ph.D.

History University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
"Natalie Davis"

Smith College
University of Michigan, Ph.D. 1959


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Albert Hyma grad student 1959 University of Michigan
 ("Protestantism and the Printing Workers of Lyons: A Study in the Problem of Religion and Social Class during the Reformation")
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Davis NZ. (2016) Regaining Jerusalem: Eschatology and Slavery in Jewish Colonization in Seventeeth-Century Suriname The Cambridge Journal of Postcolonial Literary Inquiry. 3: 11-38
Davis NZ, McConica J, Warkentin G. (2015) "Calling the World to Come and Share Our Finds”: Three Memoirs and Some Highlights from the Founding of Renaissance and Reformation Renaissance and Reformation. 37: 53-67
Davis NZ. (2012) Writing 'The Rites of Violence' and Afterward Past and Present. 214: 8-29
Davis NZ. (2011) Forum: Holberg prize symposium doing decentered history: 1. Decentering history: Local stories and cultural crossings in a global world History and Theory. 50: 188-202
Davis NZ, Scott-Warren J. (2001) The Gift in Sixteenth-Century France Renaissance and Reformation. 37: 86-88
Wolfe M, Davis NZ. (1999) Changing identities in early modern France The American Historical Review. 104: 651
Davis NZ. (1998) Religion and capitalism once again? Jewish merchant culture in the seventeenth century Representations. 59: 56-84
Davis NZ. (1997) Women on the margins: three seventeenth-century lives The Eighteenth Century. 102: 1145
Davis NZ, Hesse CA, Diefendorf BB. (1995) Culture and identity in early modern Europe (1500-1800): essays in honor of Natalie Zemon Davis The Eighteenth Century. 100: 254
Coleman J, Davis NZ. (1992) Fiction in the Archives: Pardon Tales and Their Tellers in Sixteenth-Century France Journal of American Folklore. 105: 245
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