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Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte / Literaturberichte - Archive for Reformation History / Literature Review

Internationale Zeitschrift zur Erforschung der Reformation und ihrer Weltwirkungen, Beiheft Literaturbericht - An international journal concerned with the history of the Reformation and ist significanca in worls affairs, Supplement Literature Review

GÜTERSLOHER VERLAGSHAUS

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    2198-0497
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    Aims and Scope

    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.

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    GÜTERSLOHER VERLAGSHAUS
    Language:
    German, English, French
    Type of Publication:
    Journal

    Submission of Manuscripts

    Instructions for Authors

    Books, journal articles, and offprints for review originating in North America or Europe should be sent to:
    Prof. Dr. Markus Wriedt
    Goethe Universität Frankfurt Main
    Fachbereich Evangelische Theologie
    Professur für Kirchengeschichte
    Norbert-Wollheim-Platz 1
    60323 Frankfurt am Main
    Germany
    E-Mail: m.wriedt@em.uni-frankfurt.de

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    Editorial Information

    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

    Managing Editor under the auspices of the Verein für Reformationsgeschichte and the Leibniz-Institute for European History, Mainz:
    Markus Wriedt

    Regular Contributors:
    Matthias Asche, Universität Tübingen (Norddeutschland) – Stephen E. Buckwalter, Universität Heidelberg (Spanien) – Enno Bünz, Universität Leipzig (Mitteldeutschland) - Anne Conrad, Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken (Kath. Reform, Gender) - Otfried Czaika, Universität Oslo (Skandinavien) – Kestutis Daugirdas, Universität Mainz (Litauen) - Michael Driedger, Brock University, St. Catharines, ON (Dissenter) – Hermann Ehmer, Stuttgart (Südwestdeutschland) – Stefan Ehrenpreis, Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck (Rheinland) – Martina Fuchs, Universität Wien (Habsb. Erblande) – Ralf-Peter Fuchs, Ludwig-Maximilans-Universität München (Franken, Bayern) – Christian Grosse, Universität Genf (Frankreich) – Ines Grund, Leibniz-Institut für Europäische Geschichte, Mainz (Zeitschriften) – Mark Häberlein, Universität Bamberg (Entdeckungen) – Philip Hahn, Universität Tübingen (Musik) – Markus Hein, Universität Leipzig (Ungarn) – Johannes Helmrath, Humboldt-Universität Berlin (Spätmittelalter) – Henning P. Jürgens, Leibniz-Institut für Europäische Geschichte, Mainz (Ostfriesland) – Thomas Kaufmann, Universität Göttingen (Luther) – Robert Kolb, Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, MO (Wissenschaft) – David M. Loades, Oxford (England) – Heiner Lück, Universität Halle-Wittenberg (Recht) – Karin Maag, Henry Meeter Center, Grand Rapids, MI (Calvin) – Alexander Markschies, RWTH Aachen (Kunst) – Guido Marnef, Universität Antwerpen (Niederlande) – Richard Ninness, Touro College, New York City, NY (engl. Monographien) – Maciej Ptaszynski, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz (Polen) – Christopher Ocker, San Francisco Theological Seminary, CA (Spätmittelalter) – Andreas Rutz, Universität Bonn (Westfalen) – Wolf-Friedrich Schäufele, Philipps-Universität Marburg (Hessen) – Anselm Schubert, Universität Erlangen (Täufer) – Herman Selderhuis, Theologische Universität Apeldoorn, NL (Calvin, Niederlande) – Walter Sparn, Universität Erlangen (Philosophie) – Elisabeth Stein, Bergische Universität Wuppertal (Humanismus) – Markus Völkel, Universität Rostock (Italien) – Thomas Wilhelmi, Universität Heidelberg (Buchdruck) – Ueli Zahnd, Universität Basel (Schweiz)

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