About

The Reformation Research Consortium, RefoRC,  is a unique, leading and attractive international network in the field of studies related to the Sixteenth Century Reformations.

RefoRC is the academic department within Refo500. It connects academics and supports them in their research activities. Thereby RefoRC collaborates as closely as possible with all the RefoRC members and their scholars whose field of activity is connected with the history and theology of the reformation era.

RefoRC offers academics a varied program of conferences, research support, academic series etc.

Secretary of the Board

Prof. Dr. Anna Vind

Faculty of Theology
Department for Church History
Købmagergade 44-46
Postbox 2164
DK – 1150 Copenhagen K
T +45 35 32 26 26
DIR +45 35 32 36 18
M +45 51 94 13 88
F +45 35 32 36 10
E anna.vind@reforc.com

 

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Board

Anne Eusterschulte

Professor of History of Philosophy of the Institute for Philosophy at the Free University Berlin.


Volker Leppin

Church Historian and Director of the Institute for Late Middle Ages and Reformation times at Tübingen.


Alberto Melloni

Church Historian and Director of the Fondazione per le Scienze Religiose Giovanni XXIII for Religious Studies in Bologna.


Peter Opitz

Professor of Historical Theology and Ecclesiastical History in the School of Theology and Director of the Institute for Swiss Reformation History at the University of Zurich.


Zsombor Tóth

Literary Historian. Senior Research Fellow HAS, RCH, Institute for Literary Studies. Central and Southeastern Europe Coordinator for Refo500.


Tarald Rasmussen

Professor of Church History of the Faculty of Theology at the University of Oslo.


Herman Selderhuis

Research Curator of the John a Lasco Library in Emden, Professor of Church History and Church Polity at the Theological University Apeldoorn, director of Refo500, president of the Board of RefoRC.


Violet Soen

Professor of Early Modern Religious History at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Faculty of Arts).


Anna Vind

Professor of Church History of the Department for Church History at the University of Copenhagen and Secretary of the Board of RefoRC.