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(p. ix) Acknowledgments

(p. ix) Acknowledgments

My thanks go, above all, to the authors whose learning and commitment to present the most comprehensive interpretative Handbook of the Protestant Reformations yet have made this collaborative enterprise possible—in time for the commemorations in 2017. It is a pleasure to thank Christopher Wheeler, who invited me many years ago to edit this handbook, as well as Stephanie Ireland and especially Cathryn Steele from Oxford University Press who provided absolutely outstanding support. I also wish to thank William Richards at Oxford for all his help, as well as the team at Newgen. I am particularly grateful for the very generous and substantial assistance Asaph Ben-Tov offered to prepare the late Michael Heyd’s contribution for publication, and for Theodor Dunkelgrün’s advice and readiness to translate one entire contribution. Merry Wiesner-Hanks and Hamish Scott kindly shared some of their editorial experience. Francisco Bethencourt shared my excitement about new intellectual possibilities and, as always, made life happy.

Cambridge, April 2016 (p. x)