Longlist REFORC Book Award 2024

01 March 2024

Thanking all the authors and publishers for their submissions, we are pleased to present to you the longlist for the REFORC Book Award 2024.

The books were all published in 2023 and address a wide range of topics related to Early Modern Christianity.

The award winner will be announced during the Thirteenth Annual REFORC Conference on Early Modern Christianity in Palermo, May 2024.



Anne Bezzel

Leibhaftige Frömmigkeit

Mohr Siebeck, 2023


Kyle Dieleman

Navigating Reformed Identity in the Rural Dutch Republic. Communities, Belief, and Piety

Amsterdam University Press, 2023


Catherine Feik

Apokalyptische Gegenwarten. Endzeitdenken reformatorischer Bewegungen zwischen Exegese, Kirchenkritik und Vision

De Gruyter, 2023

Jenny-Lyn de Klerk

5 Puritan Women: Portraits of Faith and Love

Crossway, 2023


Roberta Kwan

Shakespeare, the Reformation and the Interpreting Self

Edinburgh University Press, 2023


Melinda Latour

The Voice of Virtue. Moral Song and the Practice of French Stoicism, 1574-1652

Oxford University Press, 2023

Noria K. Litaker

BEDAZZLED SAINTS. Catacomb Relics in Early Modern Bavaria

University of Virgiania Press


Yelena Mazour-Matusevich

Le père du siècle: The Early Modern Reception of Jean Gerson (1363-1429). Theological Authority between Middle Ages and Early Modern Era

Brepols, 2023


Kilian Schindler

Religious Dissimulation and Early Modern Drama. The Limits of Toleration

Cambridge University Press, 2023


Armin Sierszyn

Frommes Zürich. Pietismus in der Zürcher Kirche vom 17. Jahrhundert bis zur Gegenwart. Mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der Evangelischen Gesellschaft und der Evangelisch-kirchlichen Vereinigung

TVZ Theologischer Verlag Zürich, 2023


Alice Isabella Sullivan

The Eclectic Visual Culture of Medieval Moldavia

Brill, 2023

Stephen Tong

Building the Church of England. The Book of Common Prayer and the Edwardian Reformation

Brill, 2023


Giovanni Tortoriello

Scala Christus est. Reassessing the Historical Context of Martin Luther’s Theology of the Cross

Mohr Siebeck, 2023