History 2P91: Europe's Reformations
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Shared Reading
  • C. Lindberg, The European Reformations (Oxford: Blackwell, 1996).  read pages 91-110

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Additional Reading Lists

  • C. Andersson & C. Talbot ed., From a Mighty Fortress: Prints, Drawings and Books in the Age of Luther, 1483-1546 (Detroit: Detroit Institute of the Arts, 1983).
  • C. Andersson, 'Polemical Prints in Reformation Nuremberg', in New Perspectives on the Art of Renaissance Nuremberg, ed. J. C. Smith (Austin: University of Texas at Austin, 1985), .
  • C. Andersson, 'Popular imagery in German Reformation broadsheets', in Printing and Culture in the Renaissance, ed. G. P. Tyson and S. S. Wygonheim (Newark: University of Delaware Press, 1986), .
  • J. Beyer, 'A Lubeck Prophet in Local and Lutheran Context', in Popular Religion in Germany and Central Europe, ed. Robert W. Scribner and T. Johnson (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1996), .
  • Peter Blickle, 'The Popular Reformation', in Handbook of European History 1400-1600, ed. Thomas A. Brady, Heiko A. Oberman and James D. Tracy (: , 1995), 161-185.
  • Peter Blickle, The Revolution of 1525 (London: , 1981).
  • Miriam U. Chrisman, 'Lay response to the protestant reformation in Germany, 1520-1528', in Reformation Principle and Practice: Festschrift for Geoffrey Dickens, ed. Peter N. Brooks (London: Scolar Press, 1980), .
  • C.C. Christensen, Art and the Reformation in Germany (Athens, Ohio: , 1979).
  • C.C. Christensen, Princes and Propaganda Electoral Saxon Art and the Reformation (Kirksville, Missouri: Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers, 1992).
  • Henry J. Cohn, 'Anticlericalism in the German Peasants' War,' Past & Present no.83 (1979): 3-31.
  • R. G. Cole, 'Pamphlet woodcuts in the communication process of Reformation Germany', in Pietas and Societas. New Trends in Reformation Social History, ed. P. N. Bibbs and K. C. Sessions (Kirksville, Missouri: Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers, 1985), .
  • R. A. Crofts, 'Printing, reform and the Catholic Reformation in Germany (1521-1545),' Sixteenth Century Journal 16 (1985): .
  • Hans-Jürgen Goertz, Thomas Müntzer: Apocalyptic Mystic and Revolutionary (Edinburgh: , 1993).
  • I.M. Green, Print and Protestantism (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ).
  • Manfred Hannemann, The Diffusion of the Reformation in Southwestern Germany, 1518-1534 (Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1975).
  • Susan Karant-Nunn, 'What was preached in German cities in the early years of the Reformation?', in The Process of Change in Early Modern Europe, ed. Philip N. Bebb and Sherrin Marshall (Athens, Ohio: University of Ohio Press, 1988), .
  • Robert M. Kingdon, 'The Control of morals in Calvin's Geneva', in The Social History of the Reformation, ed. L. Back and J. W. Zophy (Columbus: , 1972), 3-16.
  • Peter Matheson, Rhetoric of The Reformation (: , ).
  • K. P. Moxey, Peasants, Warriors and Wives: Popular Imagery in the Reformation (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1989).
  • Werner O. Packull, The Image of the common man in early pamphlets of the Reformation (: , 1985).
  • Andrew Pettegree, Reformation and the Culture of Persuasion (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005).
  • Helga Robinson-Hammerstein, 'Luther and the Laity', in The Transmission of Ideas in the Lutheran Reformation, ed. Idem (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 1989), .
  • Helga Robinson-Hammerstein, The Transmission of Ideas in the Lutheran Reformation (Dublin: , 1989).
  • Paul Russell, Lay Theology in the Reformation: popular pamphleteers in southwest Germany, 1521-25 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1986).
  • Alec Ryrie, The Gospel and Henry VIII (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003).
  • Thomas Scott, Freiburg and the Breisgau: Town-Country Relations in the Age of Reformation and Peasants' War (Oxford: , 1986).
  • Robert W. Scribner, For the Sake of Simple Folk: Popular Propaganda for the German Reformation (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994).
  • Robert W. Scribner, 'Oral Culture and the Diffusion of Reformation Ideas,' History of European Ideas no.5 (1984): 1-20.
  • Robert W. Scribner, 'The Image and the Reformation', in Disciplines of Faith: Studies in Religion, Politic, ed. James Obelkevich, Lyndal Roper and Raphael Samuel (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1987), 539-550.
  • C. A. Snyder, 'The Schleitheim Articles in the light of the revolution of the common man: continuation or departure?,' Sixteenth Century Journal 16 (1985): 419-430.
  • James M. Stayer & Werner O. Packull, The Anabaptists and Thomas Müntzer (Waterloo, On: , 1980).
  • A. Stewart, 'Paper Festivals and Popular Entertainment: The Kermis Woodcuts of Sebald Beham in Reformation Nuremberg,' Sixteenth Century Journal 24 (1993): 301-350.
  • G. K. Waite, 'Vernacular Drama and the Early Urban Reformation,' Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 21 (1991): 187-206.

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