THE REFORMATION/A VERY SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY

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(* = Present in Saint Michael’s College Library)

 

General Histories

*John Bossy, Christianity in the West, 1400-1700 (1985)

*Hans Hillerbrand, editor.  The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Reformation, 4 vols. (1996).

*-----.  Encyclopedia of Protestantism (2004)

*James Tracy, Europe’s Reformations, 1450-1650 (2006)

*Wiesner-Hanks, Merry.  Early Modern Europe, 1450-1789 (2006)

*Jonathan Zophy, A Short History of Renaissance and

Reformation Europe. Dances over Fire and Water (1999)

 

Primary Sources

*Dillenberger, J., ed. Martin Luther: Selections from His     Writings

*Hans Hillerbrand, The Protestant Reformation (1969)

Denis Janz, editor.  A Reformation Reader (2008)

 

The ReformationPRIVATE

*Bainton, Roland. The Reformation of the Sixteenth Century (Boston 1963)

-----.  Women of the Reformation in Germany and Italy (1971).

*Barraclough, G. The Origins of Modern Germany (1946, 1963)

*Bouwsma, William.  John Calvin (1988)

*The Cambridge Companion to Calvin, edited by Donald K. McKim (2004)

*The Cambridge Companion to Reformation Theology, edited by David Bagchi and David Steinmetz (2004)

*Cameron, Euan.  The European Reformation (1991)

*Dickens, A. G. The English Reformation to 1558 (Oxford 1963)

 -----*The Counter‑Reformation (1969)

Dixon, C. Scott.  The Reformation in Germany (2000)

*Duffy, Eamon.  The Stripping of the Altars:  Traditional Religion        in England, 1400-1580 (1992).

* *Elton, G. R. England Under the Tudors, 3rd edition (1991)

------.  Reformation Europe 1517‑1559 (1964)

*Erikson, E. Young Man Luther

*Marius, Richard.  Martin Luther: The Christian Between God and Death (1999)

*McNeil, John. History and Character of Calvinism (Oxford 1954)

*Oberman, Heiko.  Luther:  Man Between God and the Devil (1989)

*Ozment, Steven. Age of Reform 1250‑1550 (Yale 1980)

------.  The Reformation in the Cities (1975)

 -----When Fathers Ruled: Family Life in Reformation Europe        (Cambridge 1983)

     *Reformation in the Cities

 Spitz, Lewis. The Protestant Reformation 1517‑55 (New York 1985)

Steinmetz, David.  Luther in Context (1986).

-----.  Calvin in Context (1995)

 Tawney, R. H. The Agrarian Problem in the Sixteenth Century (1961)

*Wiesner-Hanks, Merry. Women and Gender in Early Modern Europe (1993)

*Williams, George.  The Radical Reformation, 2nd edition (1991).  SMC has only the first edition (1962).

 

                   THE SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION

 

*Boorstin, Daniel. The Discoverers (1984)

*Kuhn, Thomas. The Copernican Revolution (New York 1959)

*Mandrou, R. From Humanism to Science, 1480‑1700


 

 

 

                    THE ENGLISH REFORMATION

 

Dickens, A. G. The English Reformation (New York 1964).

Hexter, J. H. More's Utopia (Princeton 1952).

Marius, Richard. Thomas More (New York 1985)

Parker,  The English Reformation

Scarisbrick, J. J. Henry VIII (California Press 1968).

-----The Reformation and the English People (Oxford 1984).

Tanner, J. R. Tudor Constitutional Documents


 

                 WOMEN IN THE REFORMATION ERA

 

Bainton, R. Women of the Reformation in France and England    (Minneapolis 1973).

-----Women of the Reformation in Germany and Italy (Minneapolis 1971).

 

*Bridenthal, Renate, and Susan Mosher Stuard, Merry Wiesner-Hanks, editors, Becoming Visible:  Women in European History, 3rd edition (1998).

 

Davis, Natalie Zemon. "City Women and Religious Change in Sixteenth Century France," A Sampler of Women's Studies (ed. Dorothy McGuigan, Univ. of Michigan Center for the Continuing Education of Women, Ann Arbor 1973): 23‑25.

 

Reuther, Rosemary R. Religion and Sexism: Images of Women in the   Jewish and Christian Tradition (New York 1974)

 

*Wiesner-Hanks, Merry. Women and Gender in Early Modern Europe (1993)