Andrew Pettegree

The newspaper was born when publishers in Protestant lands began to produce printed versions of the hand-written bulletins that had provided news for Europe’s elites. It was to prove a difficult birth, as Andrew Pettegree explains.

Andrew Pettegree asks why so many small towns in France have magnificent libraries of rare books.

The King’s Reformation: Henry VIII and the Remaking of the English Church By George Bernard Yale University Press 675pp ISBN 0 300 10908 3...

Andrew Pettegree re-reads Geoffrey Elton’s classic text and considers how the subject has developed in nearly four decades since it was written.

Andrew Pettegree charts Hans Holbein’s path from Germany to England and points to the ironies of his reputation as a great Protestant painter.

How important was the man to the movement? Andrew Pettegree asks what would have happened to the Reformation had the Diet of Worms witnessed its leader’s martyrdom.

The Birth of the Elizabethan Age: England in the 1560s Norman Jones – Blackwell, 1993 - xiv + 304 pp. - £25 Elizabeth I Wallace...
A Life Of John Calvin Alister McGrath - Basil Blackwell, 1990 - 332 pp. – £19.95 John Calvin has never been an easy subject for biography. Self-...
Reformation Studies by A.G. Dickens. 609 pp. (Hambledon Press, £24) In the twenty years since A.G. Dickens published his classic survey of the...
Queen Elizabeth and the Making of Policy, 1572-88 By Wallace T. MacCaffrey Princeton University Press, 1981; 530pp. The handling of foreign policy by...