An important part of ERRG’s activities has been to publish collections of essays on Reformation History. Members of the group have always been keen to avoid a narrow or restrictive definition of ‘Reformation’: papers are encouraged on all aspects of European religion over the late medieval and early modern periods, and on their political, social and cultural ramifications. The diversity and richness of the research interests of past and present members of ERRG is reflected in a number of collections of essays which have grown out of the group’s conferences over the past few years.
Elizabeth Tingle and Jonathan Willis (eds), Dying, Death, Burial and Commemoration in Reformation Europe (Farnham: Ashgate, 2015).
Previous ERRG volumesLuc Racaut and Alec Ryrie (eds), Moderate Voices in the European Reformation (Ashgate, 2005).
Helen Parish and Willam Naphy (eds), Religion and ‘Superstition’ in Reformation Europe (Manchester, 2003).
William Naphy and Penny Roberts (eds), Fear in Early Modern Society (Manchester, 1997).
Beat Kumin (ed.), Reformations Old & New: Essays on the Socio-Economic Impact of Religious Change c. 1470-1630 (Aldershot, 1996).
Bruce Gordon (ed), Protestant History and Identity in Sixteenth-Century Europe (2 vols. Aldershot, 1996) .
Andrew Pettegree (ed), The Reformation of the Parishes (Manchester, 1993).