Salvador Ryan, professor of ecclesiastical history, has recently edited a collection of twenty essays on domestic devotion in medieval and early modern Europe. The essays span the period from the thirteenth to the early eighteenth centuries, and cover a broad geographical range, including Ireland, England, Spain, Italy, Croatia, Montenegro, Turkey, Germany, Norway, the Netherlands,and Russia.
The collection examines the phenomenon of domestic devotion across Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
The print version of the book can be ordered here: https://www.mdpi.com/books/pdfview/book/2333
Alternatively, the collection can be freely accessed online as a special issue of the peer-reviewed journal, Religions.