RELIGION, POLITICS AND SOCIETY IN EARLY MODERN TRANSYLVANIA
István Keul, Early Modern Religious Communities in East-Central Europe. Ethnic Diversity,
Denominational Plurality, and Corporative Politics in the Principality of Transylvania (1526-
1691) (Leiden, Boston: Brill, 2009), ISBN 978 90 04 17652 2, pp. 337
The Reformation probably represents one of the most thoroughly investigated phenomenon in the history of Europe. The evolution of Reformation in Western Europe, especially, was so thoroughly studied that can hardly be said to hold any great surprise for the historians of our day. The situation is not the same when it comes to the history of the Reformation in Central and Eastern Europe. In this area, the historians still have a lot of work to do in order to fully understand the extent and the implications of the Reformation upon this space.