Bibliographic update July 2015: All

Reformation

The newe Testament, Worms 1526: William Tyndale and his Printer Peter Schöffer the Younger Revisited
Busso Diekamp, vol. 20 (1): 3-25
Roger Ascham's Defence of the Lord's Supper
Lucy R. Nicholas, vol. 20 (1): 26-61
History Meets Modernity: A Conversation with Professor Jeremy Tambling
Hasting G. Chen, vol. 20 (1): 62-67
Current Trends in the History of News
Jan Hillgaertner, vol. 20 (1): 68-76
Images and the Senses in Post-Reformation England
Adam Morton, vol. 20 (1): 77-100
Religion, Faith, and Selfhood in Shakespeare
Morgan Ring, vol. 20 (1): 101-107
Editorial
Hannibal Hamlin, vol. 19 (2): 135-135
“To the Glory of God and Profit of the Commonwealth:”
J. Seth Lee, vol. 19 (2): 136-157
Continuity, Transformations, and Early Modern England
Carolyn Colbert, vol. 19 (2): 158-167
The Materiality and the Perception of the Representations of the Sacred
Chih-hsin Lin, vol. 19 (2): 168-178
Remembering the Divine in Early Modern England
Jerry Chia-Je Weng, vol. 19 (2): 179-189
Tyndale Society International Conference
vol. 19 (2): 190-190

Reformation and Renaissance Review

Foreword
Ian Hazlett, vol. 17 (1): 3-3
Editors' Introduction
Piotr Wilczek, vol. 17 (1): 4-8
The Reformation in sixteenth-century Poland: a success story or a failure?
Jacek Wijaczka, vol. 17 (1): 9-26
Reformed church buildings in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the early-modern period*
Piotr Birecki, vol. 17 (1): 27-43
Hebraica veritas in the Brest Bible
Rajmund Pietkiewicz, vol. 17 (1): 44-62
The current state of research by Polish linguists on the Brest Bible: an overview
Stanisław Koziara, vol. 17 (1): 63-72
The Brest Bible and other Polish translations of the Bible in the poetical works of Erazm Otwinowski
Piotr Wilczek, vol. 17 (1): 73-81
The Brest Bible: trinitarian and Christological issues
RafaŁ Marcin Leszczyński, vol. 17 (1): 82-96
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