Pop, Ioan-Aurel

Dr. Ioan-Aurel Pop is a professor in the Department of Medieval, Early Modern and Arts History at Babe?-Bolyai University of Cluj-Romania, as well as a member of the Romanian Academy. He received his Ph.D. from Babe?-Bolyai University. Professor Pop specializes in the history of medieval and early modern Transylvania

Cultural Diffusion and Religious Reformation in Sixteenth-Century Transylvania: How the Jesuits Dealt with the Orthodox and Catholic Ideas
2014 0-7734-0066-4
An extraordinarily valuable study by the doyen of Transylvanian history. Political and religious changes, fueled by the Reformation, assaulted the status-quo in European nations during the 16th Century, yet the tiny Principality of Transylvania, ruled by three separate ‘nation-estates’, ascribing simultaneously to seven separate religious allegiances, managed to embrace their ethnic and religious diversity without engaging in the ferocious religious wars plaguing Europe at that time.