PIERRE-ANTOINE FABRE

  • José Eduardo Franco Universidade Aberta; CLEPUL
  • Emanuel Colombo DePaulo University

Resumo

Pierre-Antoine Fabre is one of the most notable French historians of our time, best known for his studies of religious history and anthropology, in their relations with cultural and political history. Remarkable works include Ignacio de Loyola. El Lugar de la Imagén (Ciudad de México, 2012 [1992]), and La XXVe Session du Concile de Trente (Paris, 2013), which approach reception and representation processes. His research on the history of the Jesuits, on literature of spirituality and modern devotional movements, drawing on the legacy of Marcel Bataillon and Michel de Certeau, had a significant influence on the renewal of epistemological and methodological perspectives in the scientific field of European religious history, both as a foundation, and a promotor of other research fields, which benefit from the extension of critical approaches to the religious phenomena.

Publicado
2018-12-14