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H213 notes, 18 October 2011 Catholic Reform era and plague Overview: Catholic reforms – before and after the Protestant Reformation o Emphasis for this class on hospitals and on the Catholic community’s obligation to care for the sick Plague control in many Catholic countries a “high control” model (as opposed to “low control” approaches in Protestant regions) o Religious reforms and surveillance interrogation procedures o Hospitals and the refinement of barrier technologies against plague, mostly in Catholic countries Review: 1360s-1500: first 150 years of recurrent plagues in Europe Over these centuries, new (largely Italian) approaches to plague control o Quarantine (earliest in 1370s) o City government monitoring plague for the purposes of safer trade and travel o Dedicated plague hospitals o Bureaucracies interested in… Afterward around 1500: refining plague controls into an Italian system– a set of practical and theoretically justified interventions
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This note was uploaded on 11/18/2011 for the course HIST-H 213 taught by Professor Charmichael during the Fall '11 term at Indiana.

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