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  1. Survey and General reading 17 items
    1. The Reformation world - Pettegree, Andrew 2001

      Book Core Text

    2. The European Reformation - Cameron, Euan 2012

      Book Core Text

    3. Reformation England, 1480-1642 - Marshall, Peter c2012

      Book Core Text

    4. Reformation thought: an introduction - McGrath, Alister E. 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Text

    5. The Reformation: a very short introduction - Marshall, Peter 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading

    6. Historical Dictionary of the Reformation and Counter-Reformation - Mullett, Michael A. 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading

    7. Religious thought in the Reformation - Bernard M. G. Reardon 2013

      Book Recommended Reading

    8. Documents & Sources 3 items
      1. The European reformations sourcebook - Lindberg, Carter

        Book Recommended Reading

      2. The Renaissance and Reformation: a history in documents - Wiesner, Merry E. c2012

        Book Recommended Reading

  2. Humanism and Late Medieval Church 9 items
    1. Chapter One

      Chapter Core Text

    2. Fear and Confession on the Eve of the Reformation - Lawrence G. Duggan 1984-01-1

      Article Core Text You can access this journal article electronically when you are on-campus. Please note, electronic access to the journal called 'Archiv Fur Reformationgeschichte' is not available off campus.

    3. Sin and confession on the eve of the reformation - Thomas N. Tentler 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading

    4. Luther and German humanism - Spitz, Lewis William 1996

      Book Independent Research

  3. Luther and the Spread of Lutheran Reformations 18 items
    Both weeks
    1. Luther and Lutheranism - Thomas Kaufmann

      Chapter Core Text

    2. Luther's theology of the cross: Martin Luther's theological breakthrough - Alister E. McGrath c2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Independent Research

    3. Martin Luther: renegade and prophet - Lyndal Roper 2017

      Book Core Text

    4. Reformation thought: an introduction - Alister E. McGrath 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Text

    5. Homo viator: Luther and late medieval theology - Ozment Steven

      Chapter Recommended Reading

    6. Martin Luther: confessor of the faith - Robert Kolb, ebrary, Inc 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading

    7. Martin Luther - Michael A. Mullett 2015

      Book Recommended Reading

    8. Strasbourg and the Reform: A Study in the Process of Change - Miriam Usher Chrisman 1967

      Book Independent Research You can access this journal article electronically when you are on-campus. Please note, electronic access to the journal called 'Archiv Fur Reformationgeschichte' is not available off campus.

  4. Radical Reformations 13 items
    1. The Radicals - C. Scott Dixon

      Chapter Core Text

    2. Turning Swiss. Cities and Empire, 1450-1550 - Thomas A. Brady

      Book Independent Research

    3. The German Peasant War of 1525 - Jnos M. Bak 1976 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading

  5. Additional resources on The Culture of Persuasion 12 items
    The dissemination of Protestant messages (Lutheran, Calvinist and Radical)
    1. The idol in the age of art: objects, devotions and the early modern world - Rebecca Zorach, Rebecca E. Zorach, Professor Bruce Gordon, Dr. Bridget Heal 2017

      Book Recommended Reading

    2. Seeing beyond the word: visual arts and the Calvinist tradition - Finney, Paul Corby c1999

      Book Recommended Reading Especially articles by Philip Benedict and Raymond Mentzer (pp.19-45, 199-230) and section on the Netherlands (pp.343-425) .

    3. Calvinist preaching and iconoclasm in the Netherlands, 1544-1569 - Crew, Phyllis Mack 2008

      Book Recommended Reading

    4. The Reformation in Print: German Pamphlets and Propaganda - Richard G. Cole 1975-01-1

      Article Recommended Reading You can access this journal article electronically when you are on-campus. Please note, electronic access to the journal called 'Archiv Fur Reformationgeschichte' is not available off campus.

    5. Books, Reform and the Reformation - Richard Crofts 1980-01-1

      Article Independent Research You can access this journal article electronically when you are on-campus. Please note, electronic access to the journal called 'Archiv Fur Reformationgeschichte' is not available off campus.

  6. British Reformations: Tudor and Stewart 37 items
    Both Weeks
    1. Success and failure in the English Reformation - Christopher Haigh 2001

      Article Recommended Reading

    2. Reformation England, 1480-1642 - Peter Marshall c2012

      Book 

    3. The naming of Protestant England - Peter Marshall 2012

      Article Recommended Reading

    4. Tudor church militant: Edward VI and the Protestant Reformation - MacCulloch, Diarmaid 2001

      Book Recommended Reading

    5. The pre-Reformation church in England, 1400-1530 - Christopher Harper-Bill 1996 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading

    6. Reformation in Britain and Ireland - Felicity Heal 2003 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading

    7. The later Reformation in England, 1547-1603 - MacCulloch, Diarmaid 2001

      Book Recommended Reading

    8. Private and domestic devotion in early modern Britain - Jessica Martin, Alec Ryrie c2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Independent Research

    9. The age of Reformation: the Tudor and Stewart realms 1485-1603 - Alec Ryrie 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading

    10. The reformation of the English parish church - Robert Whiting 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Independent Research

    11. Reassessing the Henrician Age: humanism, politics, and reform, 1500-1550 - Fox, Alistair, Guy, J. A. 1986

      Book Independent Research

    12. The dissolution of the monasteries - G.W. Bernard 2011

      Article Recommended Reading

    13. Anne Boleyn and reform - Maria Dowling 1984

      Article Independent Research

    14. The culture of Protestantism in early modern Scotland - Margo Todd 2002

      Book Independent Research

    15. The reign of Henry VIII: politics, policy, and piety - MacCulloch, Diarmaid 1995

      Book Recommended Reading

    16. The strange death of Lutheran England - Alec Ryrie 2002

      Article Recommended Reading

    17. James V: the personal rule, 1528-1542 - Cameron, Jamie, Macdougall, Norman 2011, c1998

      Book Recommended Reading

    18. The rough wooings: Mary Queen of Scots, 1542-1551 - Merriman, Marcus 2000

      Book Recommended Reading

    19. Scotland re-formed, 1488-1587 - Jane E. A. Dawson 2007 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading

    20. Cardinal of Scotland: David Beaton, c. 1494-1546 - Sanderson, Margaret H.B. 2001

      Book Recommended Reading

    21. The beginnings of English Protestantism - Peter Marshall, Alec Ryrie 2002

      Book Recommended Reading

    22. Popular politics and the English Reformation - Ethan H. Shagan, ebrary, Inc 2003 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading

    23. Prayer book and people in Elizabethan and early Stuart England - Judith D. Maltby 1998

      Book Independent Research

    24. Paths not taken in the British Reformations - A. Ryrie 2009

      Article Recommended Reading

    25. ‘Reformed and Godly Scotland?’ - Jenny Wormald

      Chapter Recommended Reading

  7. Calvin, Geneva and International Calvinism 29 items
    Both weeks. NB on International Calvinism see also the section on 'Scottish Calvinism' below
    1. 'Calvin and Geneva' - William Naphy

      Chapter Core Text

    2. Christ's churches purely reformed: a social history of Calvinism - Philip Benedict, ebrary, Inc 2002 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Text

    3. Palgrave advances in the European reformations - Alec Ryrie 2006

      Book Core Text Chapters on 'The Netherlands' and 'France'

    4. International Calvinism 1541-1715 - Menna Prestwich 1985

      Book Core Text

    5. Reformation Europe - Ulinka Rublack 2005

      Book Recommended Reading

    6. Calvin and the government of Geneva - Kingdon, Robert M. (photocopy)

      Book Recommended Reading

    7. Crime and Punishment in Calvin's Geneva, 1562 - E. William Monter 1973-01-1

      Article Recommended Reading You can access this journal article electronically when you are on-campus. Please note, electronic access to the journal called 'Archiv Fur Reformationgeschichte' is not available off campus.

    8. The Consistory of Geneva, 1559-1569 - E. William Monter 1976

      Article Recommended Reading

    9. Reformation and revolt in the low countries - A. C. Duke 2003 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading

    10. The Dutch revolt - Geoffrey Parker 1988, c1985

      Book Recommended Reading

    11. The adventure of religious pluralism in early modern France: papers from the Exeter conference, April 1999 - Cameron, Keith, Greengrass, Mark, Roberts, Penny c2000

      Book Recommended Reading

    12. The Huguenot struggle for recognition - Sutherland, N. M. 1980

      Book Recommended Reading

    13. Reformation, revolt and civil war in France and the Netherlands 1555-1585 - Philip Benedict 1999

      Book Recommended Reading Read pages 201-214

    14. Reform by correcting the abuse of images - David Willis-Watkins 1994

      Article Recommended Reading

    15. Reform by eliminating the use of images - David Willis-Watkins 1994

      Article Recommended Reading

  8. Additional resources on Scottish Calvinism 10 items
    Applies to British Reformations (mainly 2nd week) and International Calvinism, above
    1. The Scottish Reformation - Donaldson, Gordon 2008

      Book Recommended Reading

    2. Scottish Puritanism, 1590-1638 - Mullan, David George 2000 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading

  9. Catholic Reformations 11 items
    1. The Catholic Reformation - Michael A. Mullett, ebrary, Inc 1999 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Text

    2. The world of Catholic renewal, 1540-1770 - R. Po-chia Hsia 2005

      Book Core Text