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Konfession und Migrationsregime in der Frühen Neuzeit
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Konfession und Migrationsregime in der Frühen Neuzeit

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Most early modern instances of migration are connected to the emergence of the modern state,... mehr
Konfession und Migrationsregime in der Frühen Neuzeit
Most early modern instances of migration are connected to the emergence of the modern state, and/or to the different confessional cultures in Europe following the Reformation. Since the onset of modern times and, contrary to recent trends in migration research, early modern migrations have mainly been analyzed as a challenge to the order and stability of early modern society. Migrants were furthermore looked upon as part of somewhat »given« groups (for instance »the« Huguenots, Salzburgers etc.) defined by geographical, ethnic, or religious characteristics. The paper argues for a more thorough analysis of the historical dimension of such presuppositions, and challenges older dichotomies in research of early modern migrations. It advocates a view based on the communicational opportunities and individual options of migrants within the contemporary political and confessional frameworks.