Founded in 1996, Reformation is a leading English-language journal for the publication of original research in scholarship of the Reformation era. It is sponsored by The Tyndale Society. Members of the Society receive the journal as part of their annual membership benefits. Please contact the Society to join or for other enquiries.

Reformation welcomes submissions on any aspect of the Reformation, broadly considered. Possible topics include, but are not limited to, theology, church history or religious matters -- Protestant, Catholic or radical; English and Continental literature; social, political and intellectual history; art history and architecture; music; the Bible, biblical scholarship and translation; scholarship, and education more generally.

The Stationers Company (Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers) grants Reformation an annual award of £150 for the best submitted essay each year.

Past contributors include David Daniell, Diarmaid McCulloch, Willy Maley, Helen Parish, Judith H. Anderson, Patrick Collinson, Christopher Hill, Greg Walker, Anne Lake Prescott, David Norton, Andrew Hadfield, and many other distinguised scholars.

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Latest articles

Volume 20 (2)

Hannibal Hamlin, vol. 20 (2): 109-112
Chasing the Fox and the Wolf: Hunting in the Religious Polemic of William Turner
Erin Katherine Kelly, vol. 20 (2): 113-129
Reforming Windmills: Gerhard Westerburg, Theologian and Inventor (1486–1558)
Alexandra Kess, vol. 20 (2): 130-150
What I am Reading
Bruce Gordon, vol. 20 (2): 151-153
Intellectual History and the English Reformation
Mark A. Hutchinson, vol. 20 (2): 154-163
Past, Present, and Future in Writing on Early Modern Magic and Witchcraft
Christopher Kissane, vol. 20 (2): 164-173
Recent Studies in Rhetoric and Nationalism in Shakespeare
Angus Yen, vol. 20 (2): 174-183

Volume 20 (1)

Hannibal Hamlin, vol. 20 (1): 1-1
The newe Testament, Worms 1526: William Tyndale and his Printer Peter Schöffer the Younger Revisited
Busso Diekamp, vol. 20 (1): 3-25
Roger Ascham's Defence of the Lord's Supper
Lucy R. Nicholas, vol. 20 (1): 26-61
History Meets Modernity: A Conversation with Professor Jeremy Tambling
Hasting G. Chen, vol. 20 (1): 62-67
Current Trends in the History of News
Jan Hillgaertner, vol. 20 (1): 68-76
Images and the Senses in Post-Reformation England
Adam Morton, vol. 20 (1): 77-100
Religion, Faith, and Selfhood in Shakespeare
Morgan Ring, vol. 20 (1): 101-107

Volume 19 (2)

Hannibal Hamlin, vol. 19 (2): 135-135
“To the Glory of God and Profit of the Commonwealth:”
J. Seth Lee, vol. 19 (2): 136-157
Continuity, Transformations, and Early Modern England
Carolyn Colbert, vol. 19 (2): 158-167
The Materiality and the Perception of the Representations of the Sacred
Chih-hsin Lin, vol. 19 (2): 168-178
Remembering the Divine in Early Modern England
Jerry Chia-Je Weng, vol. 19 (2): 179-189
Tyndale Society International Conference
vol. 19 (2): 190-190