Susan Schreiner is a professor of the history of Christianity and theology at The University of Chicago Divinity School, where she specializes in early modern Europe (14-16th centuries) including the Protestant Reformation, early modern Catholicism, and the Renaissance. She teaches courses on both Luther and John Calvin. Contact via Terren Wein, director of communications.
Thomas Albert Howard is a professor of humanities and history at Valparaiso University where he is an expert on the Protestant Reformation. He is the author of Remembering the Reformation: An Inquiry into the Meaning of Protestantism (2016).
Kathleen Crowther is an associate professor in this history of science at the University of Oklahoma. She specializes in this history of the Reformation with a focus on women’s experiences and Luther’s supposed misogyny. She is the author of Adam and Eve in the Protestant Reformation (2010).
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Thomas Kaufmann is a professor of church history at the University of Göttingen in Göttingen, Germany. He is chairman of the Association for the History of the Reformation and is the author of multiple books and articles about the Reformation.
Mark A. Granquist is an associate professor of church history at Luther Seminary in St. Paul, Minn. He was an editor of Dictionary of Luther and the Lutheran Traditions and is the author of Lutherans in America: A New History. He is ordained in the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America.
Bridget M. Heal is a professor of history at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. She is an expert on the Protestant Reformation and art and is the author of A Magnificent Faith: Art and Identity in Lutheran Germany. She is also an expert on witchcraft and witch trials and on the Virgin Mary in early […]
Carl R. Trueman is a professor of church history at Westminster Theological Seminary in Glenside, Pa. He teaches a course on the Reformation, which is available online, and is the author of The Reformation: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. Contact via the seminary’s main telephone number or an online email form.
Lyndal Roper is a professor of history at Oriel College at Oxford University in Oxford, England. She is an expert on German religious history, especially Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation, and the history of witchcraft. She is the author of Martin Luther: Renegade and Prophet.