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Archive for Reformation History

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ARCHIVE FOR REFORMATION HISTORY
An international journal concerned with the history of the Reformation and its  significance in world affairs. The Archive is published under the auspices of Verein für Reformationsgeschichte and the Society for Reformation Research.

Archiv für Reformationgeschichte

Internationale Zeitschrift zur Erforschung der Reformation und ihrer Weltwirkungen. Herausgegeben im Auftrag des Verein für Reformationsgeschichte und der Society for Reformation Research.



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100

INVALUABLE NEW GUIDE TO REFORMATION RESEARCH SOON AVAILABLE.

CUTTING-EDGE RESOURCE FOR SCHOLARS AND GRADUATE STUDENTS.

To celebrate the publication of Volume 100, the German and North American editors of the Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte/Archive for Reformation History have prepared a special centennial number with its own title. It contains essays commissioned from eighteen renowned scholars, who analyze developments in historical writing over the past two decades or more in their particular areas of expertise.

 

ARCHIV FÜR REFORMATIONSGESCHICHTE/
 
ARCHIVE FOR REFORMATION HISTORY
100
(2009):

Reformationsforschung in Europa und Nordamerika, eine historiographische Bilanz/
  Reformation Research in Europe and North America, a Historiographical Assessment

 

CONTENTS

Thomas Kaufmann — “Die deutsche Reformationsforschung seit dem Zweiten Weltkrieg”

Thomas A. Brady, Jr.— “From Revolution to the Long Reformation: Writings in English on the German Reformation, 1970–2005”

André Holenstein — “Reformation und Konfessionalisierung in der Geschichtsforschung der Deutschschweiz”

Max Engammare — “Des pasteurs sans pasteur.” Historiographie de la Réforme en Suisseromande,1956–2008”

Otfried Czaika — “Entwicklungslinien der Historiographie zu Reformation und Konfessionalisierung in Skandinavien seit 1945”

Michael G. Müller — “Reformationsforschung in Polen”

Joachim Bahlcke — “Die tschechische und slowakische Geschichtsschreibung zu Reformation und konfessionellem Zeitalter. Vom Zweiten Weltkrieg bis zur Gegenwart”

Maria Crüciun — “Centre or Periphery? The Reformation in Romanian and Hungarian Historiography, 1945–2008”

Silvana Seidel Menchi — “The Age of Reformation and Counter–Reformation in Italian Historiography, 1939–2009”

Lu Ann Homza — “The Merits of Disruption and Tumult: New Scholarship on Religion and Spirituality in Spain during the Sixteenth Century”

Christophe Duhamelle — “Auf der Suche nach der franzö sischen Konfessionalisierung”

Mack P. Holt — “Historical Writing in English on the French Reformation: The Last Thirty Years”

Guido Marnef — “Belgian and Dutch Post–war Historiography on the Protestant and Catholic Reformation in the Netherlands.”

Christine Kooi — “The Reformation in the Netherlands: Some Historiographic Contributions in English”

David Loades — “The Historiography of the Reformation in Britian”

Christoph Burger — “Theologiegeschichtliche Darstellungen zur Reformation seit dem Zweiten Weltkrieg”

Merry Wiesner–Hanks — “Gender and the Reformation”

Wietse de Boer — “An Uneasy Reunion: The Catholic World in Reformation Studies”

Membership in the Society for Reformation Research including a subscription to the journal costs $90 — a considerable saving over buying it separately.

To join SRR or to renew your SRR membership and subscribe to Vol. 100, please go to Subscription Information  — if at all possible, by August 15.

The volume, due out in November 2009, will be sent to you by January 2010. Alternatively, the volume may be ordered directly from the publisher for €89 plus postage and handling (UPS).

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