On 31 October 2017 it will be 500 years since Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg. Although there is no historical proof of this happening, it was an event that profoundly changed the world.
On this page you will find information about relevant Brill publications on the Reformation. A catalog with available publications (books and e-books, online reference works, microfiche collections and journals) on this subject can be found here.
The Brill Reformation Year E-Book Collection offers unique access to 125 carefully selected e-books, covering all aspects of the Reformation, its genesis, its context, its impact, and its aftermath. The books were published between 2006 and 2017. The collection is aimed at students and scholars in the fields of:
Reformation studies; Church history; Early modern history; European history; Social & cultural history; Book history ; History of art; Interfaith relations; Christian theology
Highlights include several key reference works in Reformation studies, such as:
• A Companion to the Reformation in Central Europe. Edited by Howard Louthan and Graeme Murdock
• A Companion to the Eucharist in the Reformation. Edited by Lee Palmer Wandel
• A Companion to Paul in the Reformation. Edited by R. Ward Holder (Honorable Mention Roland H. Bainton Book Prize 2010)
• Lutheran Ecclesiastical Culture, 1550-1675. Edited by Robert Kolb
This collection is available as an outright purchase, priced at 50% of the list price. All titles in the collection have been included in other Brill E-book collections. A full title list is available here.