Monter, E.

William Monter is Professor Emeritus of History at Northwestern University, where he specialized in early modern Europe from 1963-2002.  His previous books include studies of Calvin’s Geneva, witchcraft trials in France and Switzerland, the Spanish Inquisition, heresy prosecutions in Renaissance France, and the Duchy of Lorraine.  His first work about women’s history, which he also taught from 1972-1990, was prepared with help from a Mellon Emeritus Fellowship in 2008-2009.

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On his book The Rise of Female Kings in Europe, 1300-1800
(Our Cover Feature of January 18, 2012)