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Lawrence P. Buck BA, MA, PhD

Professor of History, Emeritus

  • PhD Renaissance, Reformation, Early Modern Europe 1971

    Ohio State University--Columbus (OH)

  • HIST 346 Medieval Popular Culture: Europe, 1300-1600

  • HIST 312 The Reformation

  • HIST 330 Tudor and Stuart England

My research interests include: (1) religious polemical writing during the Reformation era.; (2) monstrosity and portents; (3) the German Peasants' Revolt, 1524-25

Selected Awards

  • Provost emeritus granted by the Widener University Board of Trustees, 2004

  • Fellow of Early Modern Studies, granted by the Sixteenth Century Society, 1998

  • Fulbright Gradate Fellowship granted by the Fulbright Commission, 1969

Selected Publications

  • Buck, Lawrence P. The Roman Monster: An Icon of the Papal Antichrist in Reformation Polemics. Kirksville, MO: Truman State University Press, 2014.

  • Grimm, Harold John, Lawrence P. Buck, and Jonathan W. Zophy. The Social History of the Reformation. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1972.

  • Buck, Lawrence P. "Anatomia Antichristi: Form and Content of the Papal Antichrist." Sixteenth Century Journal 42, no. 2 (2011): 349–368.

Sixteenth Century Society & Conference (SCSC), American Society for Reformation Research (SRR)