RefoRC Book Award 2020: Longlist Online

Posted: 4 February 2020

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The RefoRC Board announced the longlist for the RefoRC Book Award: 10 books related to Early Modern Christianity and published last year have been selected.

The winner will be announced during the Tenth Annual RefoRC Conference in Aarhus, May 27, 2020.

 

Longlist

 

Paolo Astorri, Lutheran Theology and Contract Law in Early Modern Germany, Paderborn 2019

 

Stefan Bauer, The Invention of Papal History, Onofrio Panvinio between Renaissance and Catholic Reform, Oxford 2019

 

Amy Burnett, Debating the Sacraments. Print and Authority in the Early Reformation, Oxford 2019

 

Michelle Chalpin Sanchez, Calvin and the Resignification of the World. Creation, Incarnation and the Problem of Political Theology in the 1559 Institutes, Cambridge 2019

 

Kyle J. Dieleman, The Battle for the Sabbath in the Dutch Reformation. Devotion or Desecration, Göttingen 2019

 

Brian L. Hanson,  Reformation of the Commonwealth, Göttingen 2019

 

Daniel R. Hyde, Grace Worth Fighthing For. Recapturing the Vision of God´s Grace in the Canons of Dort, Lincoln 2019

 

Reiner Kuhn, Bekennen und Verwerfen. Westphals Ringen um Luther und Melanchthon, Göttingen 2019

 

Mark A. Lotito, The Reformation of Historical Thought, Leiden 2019

 

Viriginia Reinburg, Storied Places. Pilgrim Shrines, Nature, and History in Early Modern France, Cambridge 2019

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