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The Influence of the Reformation on Wendish Culture

Thursday 31 May 2012 at 11:42 pm

"The Influence of the Reformation on Wendish Culture" was originally presented as “The Influence of the Reformation on Sorbian Culture” in the German Linguistics, Literature, and Culture before 1700 Section, at the South Central Modern Language Association Convention, Austin, November 2, 2002. 

I have edited the paper somewhat, for example, changing Sorb/Sorbian (the preferred scholarly terms) to Wend/Wendish except when quoting other sources. Re: my sources, I haven't provided a bibliography of them. However, if anyone wishes to follow up on a quote or whatever, I'll be happy to provide information as to the source which I'm quoting.

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