The American Ecclesiastical Review

The American Ecclesiastical Review
Author: Herman Joseph Heuser
Publsiher:
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Release: 1936
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Is It Wrong to Ban Books

Is It Wrong to Ban Books
Author: Mary Austen
Publsiher: Greenhaven Publishing LLC
Total Pages: 24
Release: 2017-12-15
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN: 1534524282

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When people discuss the idea of banning books, they are also discussing much broader concepts, including censorship, basic freedoms, and the power of religious and political institutions. These challenging topics are presented in accessible ways as readers explore the debate surrounding banned books. As they immerse themselves in many viewpoints surrounding this debate through engaging text, fact boxes, vibrant photographs, and graphic organizers, they discover the importance of developing an informed, independent opinion about issues that affect their lives.


Banned Books

Banned Books
Author: Marcia Amidon Lusted
Publsiher: Greenhaven Publishing LLC
Total Pages: 88
Release: 2017-07-15
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN: 1534500766

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It may sound shocking, but even in this current age, books are banned all around the globe. But what makes a book inappropriate—even dangerous—for public consumption, and who has the power to deem it so? Some governments ban books as a form of censorship. Even schools can ban books they consider too racy or inappropriate for their students. Does banning books take away our liberties, attempt to erase history, and impose an agenda? Or is the practice actually in our best interests, depending on the circumstance? This balanced volume examines this surprisingly nuanced issue.


The Index of Prohibited Books

The Index of Prohibited Books
Author: Robin Vose
Publsiher: Reaktion Books
Total Pages: 394
Release: 2022-10-24
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 1789146585

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The first comprehensive history of the Catholic Church’s notorious Index, with resonance for ongoing debates over banned books, censorship, and free speech. For more than four hundred years, the Catholic Church’s Index Librorum Prohibitorum struck terror into the hearts of authors, publishers, and booksellers around the world, while arousing ridicule and contempt from many others, especially those in Protestant and non-Christian circles. Biased, inconsistent, and frequently absurd in its attempt to ban objectionable texts of every conceivable description—with sometimes fatal consequences—the Index also reflected the deep learning and careful consideration of many hundreds of intellectual contributors over the long span of its storied evolution. This book constitutes the first full study of the Index of Prohibited Books to be published in English. It examines the reasons behind the Church’s attempts to censor religious, scientific, and artistic works, and considers not only why this most sustained of campaigns failed, but what lessons can be learned for today’s debates over freedom of expression and cancel culture.


Censorship and Civic Order in Reformation Germany 1517 1648

Censorship and Civic Order in Reformation Germany  1517   1648
Author: Allyson F. Creasman
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 304
Release: 2016-04-15
Genre: History
ISBN: 1317169034

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The history of the European Reformation is intimately bound-up with the development of printing. With the ability of the printed word to distribute new ideas, theologies and philosophies widely and cheaply, early-modern society was quick to recognise the importance of being able to control what was published. Whilst much has been written on censorship within Catholic lands, much less scholarship is available on how Protestant territories sought to control the flow of information. In this ground-breaking study, Allyson F. Creasman reassesses the Reformation's spread by examining how censorship impacted upon public support for reform in the German cities. Drawing upon criminal court records, trial manuscripts and contemporary journals - mainly from the city of Augsburg - the study exposes the networks of rumour, gossip, cheap print and popular songs that spread the Reformation message and shows how ordinary Germans adapted these messages to their own purposes. In analysing how print and oral culture intersected to fuel popular protest and frustrate official control, the book highlights the limits of both the reformers's influence and the magistrates's authority. The study concludes that German cities were forced to adapt their censorship policies to the political and social pressures within their communities - in effect meaning that censorship was as much a product of public opinion as it was a force acting upon it. As such this study furthers debates, not only on the spread and control of information within early modern society, but also with regards to where exactly within that society the impetus for reform was most strong.


Forbidden Knowledge

Forbidden Knowledge
Author: Hannah Marcus
Publsiher: University of Chicago Press
Total Pages: 360
Release: 2020-09-25
Genre: Science
ISBN: 022673661X

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Forbidden Knowledge explores the censorship of medical books from their proliferation in print through the prohibitions placed on them during the Counter-Reformation. How and why did books banned in Italy in the sixteenth century end up back on library shelves in the seventeenth? Historian Hannah Marcus uncovers how early modern physicians evaluated the utility of banned books and facilitated their continued circulation in conversation with Catholic authorities. Through extensive archival research, Marcus highlights how talk of scientific utility, once thought to have begun during the Scientific Revolution, in fact began earlier, emerging from ecclesiastical censorship and the desire to continue to use banned medical books. What’s more, this censorship in medicine, which preceded the Copernican debate in astronomy by sixty years, has had a lasting impact on how we talk about new and controversial developments in scientific knowledge. Beautiful illustrations accompany this masterful, timely book about the interplay between efforts at intellectual control and the utility of knowledge.


A History of the Inquisition of Spain Vol 3

A History of the Inquisition of Spain  Vol  3
Author: Henry Charles Lea
Publsiher:
Total Pages: 436
Release: 2020-08-04
Genre:
ISBN: 3752409533

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Reproduction of the original: A History of the Inquisition of Spain; vol. 3 by Henry Charles Lea


The Story of the Banned Book

The Story of the Banned Book
Author: Mohamed Shoair
Publsiher: American University in Cairo Press
Total Pages: 222
Release: 2022-05-03
Genre: History
ISBN: 1649032242

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An award-winning account of Nobel laureate Naguib Mahfouz’s most controversial novel and the fierce debates that it provoked Naguib Mahfouz’s novel Children of the Alley has been in the spotlight since it was first published in Egypt in 1959. It has been at times banned and at others allowed, sold sometimes under the counter and sometimes openly on the street, often pirated and only recently legally reprinted. It has inspired anxiety among the secular authorities, rage within the religious right, and a drawing of battle lines among Arab intellectuals and writers. It dogged Mahfouz like a curse throughout the remainder of his career, led to his attempted assassination, and sparked a public debate that continues to this day, even after the author’s death in 2006. It is Egypt’s iconic novel, in whose mirror millions have seen themselves, their society, and even the universe, some finding truth, others blasphemy. In this award-winning account, Mohamed Shoair traces the story of Mahfouz’s novel as a cultural and political object, from its first publication to the present via Mahfouz’s award of the Nobel prize for literature in 1988 and the attempt on his life in 1994. He presents the arguments that swirled about the novel and the wide cast of Egyptian figures, from state actors to secular intellectuals and Islamists, who took part in them. He also contextualizes the interactions among the principal characters, interactions that have done much to shape the country’s present. Extensively researched and written in a lucid, accessible style, The Story of the Banned Book is both a gripping work of investigative journalism and a window onto some of the fiercest debates around culture and religion to have taken place in Egyptian society over the past half-century.


The Librarian s Manual

The Librarian s Manual
Author: Reuben Aldridge Guild
Publsiher:
Total Pages: 332
Release: 1858
Genre: Best books
ISBN:

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Reports of the Censoship of Publications Board and of the Censorship of Publications Appeal Board

Reports of the Censoship of Publications Board and of the Censorship of Publications Appeal Board
Author: Ireland. Censorship of Publications Appeal Board
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Release: 1960
Genre: Censorship
ISBN:

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The Spanish Inquisition

The Spanish Inquisition
Author: Henry Kamen
Publsiher: Yale University Press
Total Pages: 369
Release: 1998-01-01
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 0300075227

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Thirty-five years ago, Kamen wrote a study of the Inquisition that received high praise. This present work, based on over 30 years of new research, is not simply a complete revision of the earlier book. Innovative in its presentation, point of view, information, and themes, it will revolutionize further study in the field.


A History of the Inquisition of Spain Complete

A History of the Inquisition of Spain  Complete
Author: Henry Charles Lea
Publsiher: Library of Alexandria
Total Pages:
Release: 2020-09-28
Genre:
ISBN: 1465611495

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IT were difficult to exaggerate the disorder pervading the Castilian kingdoms, when the Spanish monarchy found its origin in the union of Isabella of Castile and Ferdinand of Aragon. Many causes had contributed to prolong and intensify the evils of the feudal system and to neutralize such advantages as it possessed. The struggles of the reconquest from the Saracen, continued at intervals through seven hundred years and varied by constant civil broils, had bred a race of fierce and turbulent nobles as eager to attack a neighbor or their sovereign as the Moor. The contemptuous manner in which the Cid is represented, in the earliest ballads, as treating his king, shows what was, in the twelfth century, the feeling of the chivalry of Castile toward its overlord, and a chronicler of the period seems rather to glory in the fact that it was always in rebellion against the royal power. So fragile was the feudal bond that aricohome or noble could at any moment renounce allegiance by a simple message sent to the king through a hidalgo. The necessity of attracting population and organizing conquered frontiers, which subsequently became inland, led to granting improvidently liberal franchises to settlers, which weakened the powers of the crown, without building up, as in France, a powerful Third Estate to serve as a counterpoise to the nobles and eventually to undermine feudalism. In Spain the business of the Castilian was war. The arts of peace were left with disdain to the Jews and the conquered Moslems, known as Mudéjares, who were allowed to remain on Christian soil and to form a distinct element in the population. No flourishing centres of industrious and independent burghers arose out of whom the kings could mould a body that should lend them efficient support in their struggles with their powerful vassals. The attempt, indeed, was made; the Córtes, whose co-operation was required in the enactment of laws, consisted of representatives from seventeen cities, who while serving enjoyed personal inviolability, but so little did the cities prize this privilege that, under Henry IV, they complained of the expense of sending deputies. The crown, eager to find some new sources of influence, agreed to pay them and thus obtained an excuse for controlling their election, and although this came too late for Henry to benefit by it, it paved the way for the assumption of absolute domination by Ferdinand and Isabella, after which the revolt of the Comunidades proved fruitless. Meanwhile their influence diminished, their meetings were scantily attended and they became little more than an instrument which, in the interminable strife that cursed the land, was used alternately by any faction as opportunity offered.


A History of the Inquisition of Spain Volume III Revised

A History of the Inquisition of Spain   Volume III Revised
Author: Henry Charles Lea
Publsiher: Lulu.com
Total Pages:
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ISBN: 1773563939

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A History of the Inquisition of Spain Volume III

A History of the Inquisition of Spain   Volume III
Author: Henry Charles Lea
Publsiher: Lulu.com
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ISBN: 1988297818

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United States Statutes at Large

United States Statutes at Large
Author: United States. Department of State
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Release: 1931
Genre: Law
ISBN:

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Silenced in the Library Banned Books in America

Silenced in the Library  Banned Books in America
Author: Zeke Jarvis
Publsiher: ABC-CLIO
Total Pages: 289
Release: 2017-08-18
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN: 1440843953

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Censorship has been an ongoing phenomenon even in "the land of the free." This examination of banned books across U.S. history examines the motivations and effects of censorship, shows us how our view of right and wrong has evolved over the years, and helps readers to understand the tremendous importance of books and films in our society. • Provides readers with a broad understanding of the different levels of censorship • Puts challenges to books into historical context of societal standards and current events • Takes both historical and literary perspectives, recognizing the lasting cultural influences of texts and their literary significance • Presents biographical background of major authors who have been challenged • Identifies the source and explains the result of challenges to the most important or influential banned books • Compares challenges to controversial books against similar challenges to controversial films, television shows, and video games


The confessional a view of Romanism in its actual principles aims and workings

The confessional  a view of Romanism in its actual principles  aims and workings
Author: John Relly Beard
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Release: 1860
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