Topic: 7. Sacrifices of self: Martirology and Catholic global missions (16th-18th Century)

From the sixteenth to the eighteenth Century, Catholic missionary endeavors across the globe produced a wealth of sources that shed light on various forms of sacrifice. These sources often intertwine factual accounts with the emphasis on martyrdom, adopting specific theological, narrative, and iconographic frameworks. This section presents a comprehensive collection of early modern printed sources and images that illustrate these dynamics. Additionally, it includes a thorough bibliography covering scholarly works from the 19th to 21st centuries, providing contemporary insights into the historical context and significance of these sacrifices.

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Assayag, J. & Tarabout, G. (Eds.)

Altérité et identité. Islam et christianisme en Inde

Paris: Editions de l’Ecole des hautes études, 1997.

Boespflug, F. & Dunand, F. (Eds.)

Le Comparatisme en histoire des religions

in: Débattre. Querelles littéraires et disputes politiques (Italie et Espagne XIIIe–XVIIe siècles)

Paris: Les éditions du Cerf, 1997.

Carneiro, R.; De Matos, A.T. (Ed.)

D. João III e o Império. Actas do Congresso Internacional comemorativo do seu nascimento

Lisboa: Centro de História de Além-Mar/ Centro de Estudos dos Povos e Culturas de Expressão Portuguesa, 2004.

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