D. Henry Dieterich

Ph.D. in History, University of Michigan

In this web site are some of my scholarly papers and other work. You can reach these documents by clicking on their titles below. You can also review my c.v. by clicking here.

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"Church, Property, and Wife-Beating in Sixteenth-Century Liège: The Case of Catherine Woet de Trixhe", paper delivered at the Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, Toronto, Ontario, October 1998

"Liège in the Reformation: A City without Protestants?", paper delivered at the Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, December 1993

  "Confraternities and Lay Leadership in Sixteenth-Century Liège", article published in Renaissance and Reformation (Toronto) v. 25 no. 1 (1989)

  "Blessed John Soreth and Liège: A Collection of Sermons from 1451", article published in Fifteenth Century Studies v. 11 (1985)

Teaching outlines:

Western Civilization to 1350

Western Civilization 1350-1815

 My dissertation: "Brotherhood and Community on the Eve of the Reformation: Confraternities and Parish Life in Liège, 1450-1540"

E-mail me: hdiet@umich.edu