• Acta und Documenta

    From the Oberman Collection: Valentin Loescher, Vollstaendige Reformations - Acta und Documenta (1720). A compendium of Reformation documents.

  • Gelnhausen Houses

    Gelnhausen, Germany: Houses dating from the early modern period.

  • Karant-Nunn Regents'

    2009, Susan Karant-Nunn becomes a Regents' Professor.

  • Brady, Sather Oberman Visiting

    Thomas A. Brady Jr., Peder Sather Professor of History, University of California, Berkeley, serves as Heiko A. Oberman Visiting Professor, 2007.

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Congratulations to David Yoder Neufeld, who on March 29, 2018, successfully defended his doctoral thesis entitled "Marginal Coexistence: Anabaptists between Persecution and Toleration in Reformed Zurich, 1585-1650." Dr. Neufeld (center) is pictured with his examining committee, from left to right,... read more
Congratulations to Benjamin Miller on fulfilling the requirements and earning his Master's degree in history on March 23, 2018. Ben will continue with the Ph.D. Pictured here is, from left to right, Professor Emerita Susan Karant-Nunn, Benjamin Miller, Professor David Graizbord, and Professor Ute... read more

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Professor Ute Lotz-Heumann
Heiko A. Oberman Professor of
Late Medieval and Reformation History
Douglass 315
Tel: (520) 621-1284
ulotzh@email.arizona.edu