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History 101 Library Activities: Theses

Library activities for Stefanie Strosnider's HIST 101-05 class, Fall 2014

Theses - Starting Places

The following resources will help you find information about the history, participants, and controversies surrounding Martin Luther's posting of the Theses.  Print sources will either be located on the main level (Reference) or lower level (these can be checked out). Follow the links to get to the electronic sources. You may need your full Carroll CC email address and password to get into these off-campus..

Print Sources

The European Reformations - BR 305.2 L486 1996

Luther: An Illustrated Biography - FOLIO BR325 M28513 1982

A People's History of Christianity - REF BR195 C5 P46 (Does not check out, but does have section on the Reformation and Luther)

The Reformation: A History of European Civilization from Wyclif to Calvin, 1300-1564 - CB53 .D85 1985


Electronic Sources:


Theses - Missions and the rise of Missionaries

Theses - Martin Luther

Print Sources:

Luther: A Life - BR 325 T59 1982

Luther: Man between God and the Devil - BR 325 O2713 1989

Martin Luther - BR 325 B69313 1985

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Theses - The Catholic Church

Print Sources:

Trent and all that: Renaming Catholicism in the Early Modern World - BR 430 O45 2002

Electronic Sources:

Theses - The Protestants

Print Sources:

Protestants: The Birth of a Revolution - BR305.2 .O89 1992

The Protestant Reformation - BR 305.2 S66 1987

Electronic Sources:

Theses - Nation States and Secular Authorities

Print Sources:

The Unitended Reformation: How a Religious Revolution Secularized Society - BL 2747.8 G74 2012

Electronic Sources:

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