ISBN : 9780190642822
In The Puritan Cosmopolis, Nan Goodman demonstrates how the Puritans were far from an insular coterie that ignored the larger global community. Drawing on letters, diaries, political pamphlets, poetry, and other cultural materials, The Puritan Cosmopolis demonstrates how the Puritan population increasingly saw themselves as global citizens.
Chapter 1: The Law of Nations and the Sources of the Cosmopolis
Chapter 2: The Cosmopolitan Covenant
Chapter 3: The Manufactured Millennium
Chapter 4: Evidentiary Cosmopolitanism
Chapter 5: Cosmopolitan Communication and the Discourse of Pietism