Studies in Medieval and Reformation Traditions is a peer-reviewed book series of monographs and text editions on subjects from the high Middle Ages through the Reformation era. Emphasizing the inter-relations and potential for mutual interpretation of three normative areas of specialization, Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation Studies, constitutes a core aspect of its program. The series pays equal attention to political, cultural and religious history.
Christopher Ocker, Melbourne and San Anselmo
Tara Alberts, York
Sara Beam, Victoria, BC
Falk Eisermann, Berlin
Hussein Fancy, Yale
Johannes Heil, Heidelberg
Martin Kaufhold, Augsburg
Ute Lotz-Heumann, Tucson, Arizona
Jürgen Miethke, Heidelberg
Marjorie Elizabeth Plummer, Tucson, Arizona
Ulinka Rublack, Cambridge, UK
Karin Sennefelt, Stockholm
Founding Editor: Heiko A. Oberman †
"[...] a truly distinguished series, the list of whose authors reads like a Who's Who of early modern historians."
William V. Hudon, in: The American Historical Review
"There were some who worried that Brill’s Studies in Medieval and Reformation Traditions might languish once separated from the guiding hand of Heiko Oberman. One need not worry."
David M. Whitford, in: Renaissance Quarterly