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Health Care and Poor Relief in Counter-Reformation Europe
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Brian Pullan, Manchester University, The Counter-Reformation, Medical Care and Poor Relief; Jonathan Israel, University College London, Counter-Reformation, Economic Decline, and the Delayed Impact of the Medical and Health-Care Revolution of the Seventeenth Century in Catholic Europe; John Henderson, University of Cambridge, Charity and Welfare in Early Modern Tuscany; Silvia De Renzi , University of Cambridge, 'A Fountain for the Thirsty' and a bank for the Pope: Charity, Conflicts, and Medical Careers at the Hospital of Santo Spirito in 17th Century Rome; David Gentilcore, Leicester University, 'Cradle of Saints and Useful Institutions': Health Care and Poor Relief in the Kingdom of Naples; Jon Arrizbalaga, CSIC, Barcelona, Poor Relief in Counter-Reformation Castile: An Overview; Maria Luz Lopez Terrada, University of Valencia, Health Care and Poor Relief in the Crown of Aragon; Isabel M R Mendes Drummond Braga, University of Lisbon, Poor Relief in Counter-Reformation Portugal: The Case of the Misericordias; Colin Jones, Warwick University, Perspectives on Poor Relief, Health Care and the Counter-Reformation in France; Martin Dinges, Institut fur Geschichte der Medizin der Robert Bosch Stiftung, Stuttgart Health Care and Poor Relief in Regional Southern France in the Counter-Reformation; Bernd Roeck, Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitat, Bonn Health Care and Poor Relief in Counter-Reformation Catholic Germany.

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