Welcome to the Division for Late Medieval and Reformation Studies, the center for graduate study of late medieval and early modern Europe.

Our graduate program promotes research in the religious, social, and political history of the period 1400-1700.

Department News

Congratulations to Amy Melinda Newhouse, who on May 14, 2015, successfully defended her doctoral thesis entitled "Outside the Walls: Civic Belonging and Contagious Disease in Sixteenth-Century Nuremberg."
Congratulations to Adam Hough, who has won a two-month research stipend at the Herzog August Bibliothek from the Rolf and Ursula Schneider Endowment.