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  • Title: Toward an Established Church: Strasbourg from 1500 to the Dawn of the Seventeenth Century
  • Author: James M. Kittelson
  • ISBN: 9783525100189
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Hardcover

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James M. Kittelson

James Matthew Kittelson was professor emeritus of history at Ohio State University He graduated from Saint Olaf College in 1963 With the support of a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship 1963 and a Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellowship 1966 67 , he earned the PhD 1969 in Reformation history from Stanford University under the direction of Lewis Spitz After four years on the history faculty at the University of Iowa, he joined the history department at Ohio State University, where he taught for 26 years.He carried on vigorously the distinguished tradition of teaching and research on the Reformation that had been established by his predecessor, Harold Grimm Kittelson appreciated the contributions of Ohio State University s Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, which he served with his advice, support, and many scholarly connections in the fields of Reformation, Renaissance, and early modern history In 1983 84, he served as acting director of the center.Kittelson was a devoted scholar who concentrated on Martin Luther and the Lutheran Reformation, especially as it unfolded in the city of Strasbourg, whose archives he knew extraordinarily well Kittelson published three books, including Wolfgang Capito from Humanist to Reformer 1975 , and most recently Toward an Established Church Strasbourg from 1500 to the Dawn of the Seventeenth Century 2000 The book that reached the widest audience was Luther the Reformer 1986 , which drew on his lifelong interest in Luther and is both scholarly and readable It has been translated into Chinese, Estonian, Finnish, Korean, and Portuguese In addition, he published about 30 articles and essays.His talent and intellectual achievements were recognized by prestigious awards, including a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship, and grants from the American Council of Learned Societies and the American Philosophical Society.For three decades, he was a leader in the field of Reformation studies, to which he gave generously of his time and talent, serving on the editorial boards of Studies in the Reformation and the Lutheran Quarterly He also was a member of the board of directors of the Center for Reformation Research Saint Louis and of the executive committees of the Newberry Library s Renaissance Center and the Society for Reformation Research.In his life and his scholarship, there was a continuing and enriching interaction between his proud affiliation with the Lutheran Church and his deep knowledge of its origins and development.In 1997, he received a richly deserved offer from Luther Seminary in Saint Paul, Minnesota, that he could not refuse He was invited to be professor of church history as well as director of the Thrivent Reformation Research Program, which specializes in gathering and making available to scholars 16th century printed materials on Luther and the Lutheran Reformation He welcomed the opportunity to spend the remainder of his career in such a setting, working with future pastors and leaders in the Lutheran Church He retired from Ohio State University and took up the new positions that he held until his death abbreviated, from historians publication



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