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This front matter section of the book contains the table of contents and foreword. The book deals with the confession, migration and elite education of Europe. Research into the early modern history of education in Europe makes significant contributions to central theological and socio-historical themes. The issues of the early modern research include cultural transfer, migration of people and values ​​and structures, elite education and confessionalization. The importance of reforming educational system for the confessional identity met research group academically. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: confessionalization; cultural transfer; educational system; migration



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