Meet the candidates running for office in the ACHA elections next month. Read candidate statements and browse their CVs. Online balloting opens September 5.
Franz Posset, a scholar noted for his work in Reform history, has been awarded the 2016 Harry C. Koenig Prize in Catholic Biography for his work Johann Reuchlin (1455-1522). A Theological Biography.
The Harvard Ph.D candidate researched the “hitherto neglected text of The Life of the Virgin and of Christ, [which] enjoyed widespread popularity in Italy in the early Renaissance.”
The CUA doctoral student traveled to Nuremberg to research the German nun Caritas Pirckheimer (1467-1532).
Sturgeon, a Ph.D. candidate at Northwestern University, applied an ACHA grant toward travel to Germany, where her research explored Portuguese theologian Andreas de Escobar.
The Notre Dame student’s dissertation research, covering several topics, took him to several archives in Cincinnati.
The University of Kansas graduate student in history conducted research in Mexico.
- Praising God Together: Monastic Reformers and Laypeople in Tenth-Century Winchester
- Christopher Riedel
- The Jesuits, Mary, and Joseph: The Catholic Workers’ College, Dublin, 1951–66
- David Limond
- "A Decision that Spits in the Face of Our History": Catholics and the Midcentury Fight Over Public Prayer and Bible Reading
- Kathleen Holscher
- Book Review: Cristiani entro e oltre gli Imperi: Saggi su Terre e Chiese d’Oriente by Giorgio Fedalto
- Ronald G. Roberson C.S.P.
Announcement: October 2016
Announcement: Spring 2017 (date TBA)