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Reformation & Renaissance Review

Winner of the Douglas Murray Prize Announced

About the prize

Reformation & Renaissance Review is pleased to announce the winner of the latest Douglas Murray Prize, for articles published in volume 19 (2017).

The adjudicating panel have awarded the prize of £1000 to Federico Zuliani of the Italian Institute of Historical Studies, Naples, for his article:

“Experiencing Chance: A Sixteenth-Century Italian Minister [Scipione Lentulo] Studying the Bible in Chiavenna”, Reformation & Renaissance Review 19.3 (2017): 194-212.   

Comments from the panel included:

  • “an extraordinary study of the reception of the Bible and the new tools for biblical interpretation in a remote area of the early Reformed tradition south of the Alps”
  • “well-researched, well-written, and expertly crafted”
  • “an exemplary micro-historical study of unknown manuscripts and other sources with broader implications for understanding the Reformation Bible” 

For more information about the journal, please visit the journal webpage.