Until further notice, the University of Arizona, in accordance with the guidelines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention encourages all employees to work remotely.
Our offices in the Douglass Building are closed to the public, but you can reach the Division for Late Medieval and Reformation Studies by contacting Division Director Ute Lotz-Heumann any time by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 520-621-1541 (please leave a voice message and we will get back to you as soon as possible).
Summer Lecture Series
Every year in August, Division graduate students present a series of community lectures at St. Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church in Tucson. Please see below for the list of annual topics since this tradition was established in 1990.
|2010||The West is Not Immune: Religion and Violence in Early Modern Europe|
Not Only Protestants Had A Reformation: The Catholic Reformation of the Sixteenth Century
|2000||Reforming the Clergy, Controlling the Clergy: Priests, Pastors and Religious Conflict, 1500-1600|
|1999||The Suffering of God, the Purity of the Church, and the Plight of Christendom in the Middle Ages|
|1998||Success and Failure: The Reception of the Reformation in Germany and England|
|1997||Visions of the End: Hell and Heaven in Medieval and Reformation Europe|
|1996||Roads to the Reformation|
Christianity and the Common Man: Popular Religion in Medieval and Reformation Europe
|1994||Before ‘Politically Correct’: Martin Luther and our Daunting Demons|
|1993||Listening to Luther: Contemporary Issues in Historical Perspective|
|1992||Ecstasy and Eschatology: Mystics and Prophets in the Later Middle Ages|
|1990||History, Heresy, and Heritage|