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Book awards: Gerald Strauss Prize

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Madness, Religion and the State in Early Modern Europe by David Lederer2007
Church Robbers and Reformers in Germany, 1525-1547 by Christopher Ockerhonorable mention, 2007
Teaching the Reformation by Amy Nelson Burnett2008

Award description

Awarded by the Sixteenth Century Society & Conference
The Strauss prize is named in honor of Gerald Strauss, one of the influential social historians of the German Reformation. This prize, which is awarded at the annual meeting of the SCSC, recognizes the best book published in English during the preceding year in the field of German Reformation history
The books to be considered for the prize will be those books published within the preceding calendar year. The recipient receives a prize of $1000 and a certificate.

Gerald Strauss Prize website



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