Stephen Haliczer

Stephen Haliczer is an American historian of Spain, Italy, and the Catholic Church during the Early Modern era. He is a professor of history at Northern Illinois University. Haliczer's undergraduate work was done at Bard College and his graduate work at St. Andrews University. His study of Early Modern Spain has received praise from a variety of other historians, such as Joseph Perez. In his books, Haliczer holds to the functionalist school of historical thought.

In 2006, he released an educational board game ''Vatican: Unlock the Secrets of How Men Become Pope''. Based on his research, the game attempts to show the process of selecting a Pope as players first maneuver for position, then vie to be named the new Pope upon the previous Pope's death. Provided by Wikipedia
by Haliczer, Stephen, 1942-
Published 2002
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by Haliczer, Stephen, 1942-
Published 1996
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Published 1986
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