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Reformation and Counter-Reformation: Home

A Gumberg Library Research Guide

This research guide is designed to quickly lead the researcher to the best resources available at Gumberg Library on The Reformation and Counter-Reformation. It will connect the user to reference work (both print and electronic), to books (both print and ebooks), databases for articles, videos, high-quality websites, and selected non-fiction works on essential figures and occurences pertaining to both historical events/periods. We hope you will find it useful.

Help is Available!

If at any time in your research you need help, click here to "Ask A Librarian". Or you can contact me, Ted Bergfelt, Humanities Librarian. Click to send an email, call me at 412.396.5351, or make an appointment.

Reference Works

Reference Works

Selected Introductory Works

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This research guide was created by Thomas DeMauro III, English Department Intern, and Ted Bergfelt, Humanities Librarian, Gumberg Library, February 2022