Nelson H. Minnich's work has dealt broadly with Christian humanism, the Catholic and Protestant Reformations, and the papacy and general councils of the early modern period, especially the Fifth Lateran Council (1512-17). He is co-editing the proceedings of the international conferences on Lateran V (2016) and that on Luther and the Shaping of the Catholic Tradition (2017) which he co-organized and to which he contributed papers. He is also editing the Brill Renaissance Papacy, 1400–1600, The Cambridge Companion to the Council of Trent, and co-editing The Cambridge History of Reformation Era Theology, and will write a chapter in each. He is editor of the Catholic Historical Review and member of the Pontifical Committee of Historical Sciences.
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The Decrees of the Fifth Lateran Council
Nelson H. Minnich, The Decrees of the Fifth Lateran Council (1512-17): Their Legitimacy, Origins, Contents, and Implementation (Routledge, 2016)Learn More
Journeys in Church History
Nelson H. Minnich, ed., Journeys in Church History: Essays from the Catholic Historical Review (Catholic University of America Press, 2015)Learn More
Councils of the Catholic Reformation
Nelson H. Minnich, Councils of the Catholic Reformation: Pisa I (1409) to Trent (1545-63) (Ashgate/Variorum, 2008)Learn More
Controversies: Responsio ad epistolam paraeneticam Alberti Pii
Controversies: Responsio ad epistolam paraeneticam Alberti Pii, Apologia adversus rhapsodias Alberti Pii, Brevissima scholia, ed. Nelson H. Minnich and Daniel Sheerin, Collected Works of Erasmus vol. 84 (University of Toronto Press, 2005)Learn More
Encyclopedia of the Renaissance
Encyclopedia of the Renaissance, general editor Paul F. Grendler, associate editor Nelson H. Minnich, 6 vols. (Charles Scribner's Sons, 1999)Learn More
The Catholic Reformation
Nelson H. Minnich, The Catholic Reformation: Council, Churchmen, Controversies (Variorum, 1993)Learn More
Studies in Catholic History
Nelson H. Minnich, Robert B. Eno, S.S., and Robert Trisco, ed., Studies in Catholic History: In Honor of John Tracy Ellis (Michael Glazier, 1985)Learn More