The Archive for Reformation History is an international journal which publishes articles relating to aspects of early modern European religious life and thought that touch on the Reformation and Catholic/Counter Reformation movements. The journal is also concerned with the extension of European theology and practice into the extra-European world. Its chronological range is approximately 1450-1650.
The Archive for Reformation History is published under the auspices of the Verein für Reformationsgeschichte and the Society for Reformation Research. It appears annually in one volume of articles approximately 320 pages in length and a supplementary volume, Literature Review, approximately 180 pages in length, which consists of brief reviews of a large number of books and articles on aspects of early modern religion and society that appeared in time to be considered.
Manuscripts and communications concerning editorial matters originating in Europe should be sent by e-mail to: Prof. Dr. Ute Lotz-Heumann email@example.com (postal address: Division for Late Medieval and Reformation Studies, University of Arizona, Douglass 315, PO Box 210028, Tucson, AZ 85721-0028, USA)
Manuscripts and communications concerning editorial matters originating in North America should be sent by e-mail to: Prof. Dr. Randall C. Zachman firstname.lastname@example.org (postal address: 130 Malloy Hall, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN 46556, USA)
Please note: Only original manuscripts will be considered. Authors' guidelines for the preparation of manuscripts are available from either the North American or the European managing editors.
Board of Editors Jodi Bilinkoff, Greensboro/North Carolina – Michael Driedger, St. Catharines/Ontario – Renate Dürr, Tübingen – Birgit Emich, Frankfurt a. M. – Mark Greengrass, Sheffield – Brad S. Gregory, Notre Dame/Indiana – Scott Hendrix, Princeton/New Jersey – Mack P. Holt, Fairfax/Virginia – Susan C. Karant-Nunn, Tucson/Arizona – Thomas Kaufmann, Göttingen – Yves Krumenacker, Lyon – Ute Lotz-Heumann, Tucson/Arizona – Janusz Małłek, Toruń – Silvana Seidel Menchi, Pisa – Carla Rahn Philipps, Minneapolis/Minnesota – Heinz Schilling, Berlin – Anne Jacobson Schutte (†), Charlottesville/Virginia – Ethan H. Shagan, Berkeley/California – Christoph Strohm, Heidelberg – James D. Tracy, Minneapolis/Minnesota – Alexandra Walsham, Cambridge – Randall C. Zachman, Notre Dame/Indiana
North American Managing Editors Brad S. Gregory / Randall C. Zachman