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Hello!

Although I made a similar post to the Religion forum, I was curious if anyone on the History forum knew of any PhD programs in the US that specialize in the English Reformation? I focus on the role of the state and popular religious devotion throughout the 16th. c.

So far, my list is:

Vanderbilt - Paul Lim, Peter Lake

Fordham - J. Patrick Hornbeck

Wisconsin Madison - Johann Sommerville

UC Berkeley - Ethan Shagan

U of Colorado - Paul Hammer

SUNY Buffalo - Clare Schen

 

Although I have looked into Linda Pollock at Tulane and Beth Barr at Baylor, both professors are outside my speciality.

 

Thanks!

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23 minutes ago, AGingeryGinger said:

Hello!

Although I made a similar post to the Religion forum, I was curious if anyone on the History forum knew of any PhD programs in the US that specialize in the English Reformation? I focus on the role of the state and popular religious devotion throughout the 16th. c.

So far, my list is:

Vanderbilt - Paul Lim, Peter Lake

Fordham - J. Patrick Hornbeck

Wisconsin Madison - Johann Sommerville

UC Berkeley - Ethan Shagan

U of Colorado - Paul Hammer

SUNY Buffalo - Clare Schen

 

Although I have looked into Linda Pollock at Tulane and Beth Barr at Baylor, both professors are outside my speciality.

 

Thanks!

I assume you mean professors, not entire programs, who specialize on the English Reformation.  At Fordham, besides Hornbeck in the Theology department, there's Susan Wabuda in the History department.  

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