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Heiko Oberman Papers 1949-2016 (bulk 1985-2001)

MS 576


Collection Summary

Creator: Oberman, Heiko Augustinus
Collection Name: Heiko Oberman Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1949-2016
Bulk Dates: (bulk 1985-2001)
Physical Description:29 linear ft.
Abstract:The Heiko Oberman Papers comprised the personal and professional papers of Professor Dr. Heiko A. Oberman, a historian and theologian specializing in late Middle Ages and Reformation studies. The bulk of the material is correspondence and academic project files related to his professional life, and records related to his position as Director of the Center for Late Medieval and Reformation Studies, which he founded, at the University of Arizona.
Collection Number:MS 576
Language: Materials are in English.
Language: Materials are in German.
Language: Materials are in Dutch.
Repository: University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections
University of Arizona
PO Box 210055
Tucson, AZ 85721-0055
Phone: 520-621-6423
Fax: 520-621-9733
URL: http://speccoll.library.arizona.edu/
E-Mail: LBRY-askspcoll@email.arizona.edu

Biographical Note

Heiko Augustinus Oberman (1930-2001) was an acclaimed scholar and educator who made significant contributions to the study of the Reformation and late Medieval and Renaissance history. He was Regents Professor at the University of Arizona and recipient of the Heineken Prize for History in 1996, the highest award for the field.

Oberman was born in the city of Utrecht, the Netherlands on October 15, 1930. He graduated with a doctoral degree in Historical Theology from the University of Utrecht in 1957. He then joined the faculty at the Harvard Divinity School in Church History in 1958, where he was promoted quickly to full professor in 1963 and held the Winn Professor of Ecclesiastical History. Oberman left Harvard in 1966 for the University of Tübingen, in Germany where he was a chair in the Theology Department and later Director of the Institute for Late Middle Ages and Reformation Research. He was also an observer at the four sessions of the Second Vatican Council (Vatican II), 1962-1965.

In 1984 Oberman joined the History department at the University of Arizona and founded the Center for Late Medieval and Reformation Studies. Amongst his many accomplishments was launching the annual Town and Gown and Summer Lecture Series which drew upon Oberman's extensive network of colleagues and brought many of Europe and North America's leading scholars to Tucson.

Professor Oberman is a Fellow of the Medieval Academy of America, and Corresponding fellow of the British Academy of Arts and Sciences. He has received honorary degrees from Harvard University, the University of St. Louis and the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. In 1991 he was chosen as a member of the American Philosophical Society. He was author or editor of thirty books and some hundred articles. Oberman is particularly known for his prize-winning study The Harvest of Medieval Theology (Harvard University Press, 1963) and for his Luther: Man Between God and the Devil (English version, Yale University Press, 1982), for which he received the German Historischer Sachbuchpreis for "the most significant history book during the decade 1975-1985." Coincident with the diagnosis of his terminal illness, it was announced that a distinction for extraordinary representation of Dutch scholarship and culture would be conferred on Heiko Oberman by Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands in April 2002.

Heiko Oberman passed away on April 22, 2001 from melanoma. In 2010 Oberman’s extensive personal library was transferred to the University of Arizona Libraries. The collection, nearly 10,000 volumes, centers on the late Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and the Reformation.


Scope and Content Note

The Oberman Papers are predominately a correspondence collection related to a number of areas of his professional life including teaching, lecturing, preaching, extensive travels, his academic publishing and editorial work, and service with a variety of organizations. The collection ncludes information about projects, colleagues and academic affairs at Harvard University, the University of Tubingen and the University of Arizona. The materials are largely in the English language, but twenty percent of the collection, especially records earlier than 1985, are in German and Dutch.

Other formats include publications, ephemera, journals, media, and photographs. Some newspaper clippings and pamphlets are embedded with correspondence, publications, travel and project files and there are clippings collected topically including reviews of Oberman’s publications and publicity for events, awards, and news items. There is a small series of photographs that are reproductions of illustrations used in Oberman’s book Luther: Man Between God and the Devil and clippings. There are a number of audio recordings including lectures and notes on cassettes, microcassettes and reel to reel. There are also digital files on floppy disks (3 ½ and 5 ¼) and CD’s. The collection includes copies of Oberman’s publications, offprints, and a limited amount of publications from other authors.

The collection also includes correspondence related to Oberman collected by colleagues, especially Thomas A. Brady, Jr., of Stanford University, family members and friends, especially covering the years 2001-2005 following Oberman’s illness and death.


Arrangement

This collection is organized into ten series
Series I: Correspondence, 1983-2006
Sub-Series 1: General A-Z, 1984-2001
Sub-Series 2: Brill Files, correspondence as Editor in Chief of 2 journals, 1984-2000
Sub-Series 3: Correspondence with Publishers, 1983-2006
Sub-Series 4: Project Correspondence, 1985-2003
Series II: Travel Files, Lectures and Events, 1964-2000
Sub-Series 1: Travel Files, 1964-2000
Sub-Series 2: Lectures, Events and Sermons, 1973-2000
Sub-Series 3: University of Arizona and Tucson Events, 1986-2000
Series III: Teaching Materials, circa 1950-1998
Series IV: Organization files, 1977-2004
Series V: Project Files, 1958-2008
Sub-Series 1: Book and Article Reviews, 1958-2001
Sub-Series 2: Book Purchases and Inventory, 1981-1998
Sub-Series 3: Manuscripts and Project Files, 1970-2008
Series VI: Vatican II Materials, 1958-1979
Series VII: Personal Files, Family and Colleague Correspondence, 1950-2016
Sub-Series 1: Journals, personal notes, 1950-1954
Sub-Series 2: Personal Files (home office) and Family Correspondence, 1949-2016
Sub-Series 3: Thomas A. Brady, Jr. Correspondence, 1971-2003
Series VIII: Publications, 1958-2005
Series IX: Media (floppies, CDs), circa 1980-2000
Series X: Audio Visual Materials, circa 1960-2000

Restrictions

Restrictions

There are no restrictions on this collection.

Copyright

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain permission to publish from the owner of the copyright (the institution, the creator of the record, the author or his/her transferees, heirs, legates, or literary executors). The user agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Arizona Board of Regents for the University of Arizona, its officers, employees, and agents from and against all claims made by any person asserting that he or she is an owner of copyright.


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Access Terms

Personal Name(s)
Brady, Thomas A., Jr..
Calvin, John.
Martin, Luther.
Oberman, Heiko Augustinus.

Corporate Name(s)
Harvard University.
Universität Tübingen.
University of Arizona.

Geographic Name(s)
Tucson--Arizona--United States.

Subject(s)
Anti-Semitism.
Anti-clericalism.
Augustinians.
Christianity and Judaism.
Church history.
History--Religious aspects--Christianity.
Reformation.
Religious education--Study and teaching.


Administrative Information

Credit Line

Heiko Oberman Papers (MS 576). Special Collections, University of Arizona Libraries.

Processing History

Processed by Molly Stothert-Maurer.


Container List

Series I Correspondence, 1983-2006
Subseries 1 General A-Z, 1984-2001
The General correspondence series is largely professional and work related, but some family and personal correspondence is mixed in. In many cases a copy of an outgoing response is affixed to the incoming letter. Below the alpha category are date ranges, for example for “B” correspondence folders are divided: 1984-1986, 1986-1991, 1991-1993, 1993-1995, and 1996-2001, these date ranges correspond to the original order of HAO’s files. Folders are organized as working files with the most recent material in the front.
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11 A, 1985
12 A, 1986-1991
13 A, 1991-1993
14 A, 1993-1995
15 A, 1996-2001
16 B, 1985-1986
17 B, 1987-1989
18 B, 1990
19 B, 1991
110 B, 1992-1993
111 B, 1993-1995
112 B (continued), 1993-1995
113 B, 1996-2001
114 B (continued), 1996-2001
115 B (continued), 1996-2001
116 B (continued), 1996-2001
117 C, 1984-1986
118 C, 1986-1991
119 C, 1991-1993
120 C, 1993-1995
121 C, 1995-2001
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21 D, 1985-1986
22 D, 1986-1991
23 D, 1991-1993
24 D, 1993-1995
25 D, 1996-2001
26 E, 1984-1986
27 E, 1986-1991
28 E, 1991-1993
29 E, 1993-1995
210 E, 1996-2001
211 F, 1985-1986
212 F, 1986-1991
213 F, 1991-1993
214 F, 1993-1995
215 F, 1996-2001
216 G, 1984-1986
217 G, 1986-1991
218 G, 1991-1993
219 G, 1993-1995
220 G (continued), 1993-1995
221 G, 1995-2002
222 H, 1984-1988
223 H, 1986-1988
224 H, 1989-1991
225 H, 1991-1992
226 H, 1992-1993
227 H, 1993-1995
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31 H, 1995-2001
32 H, 1996-2001
33 I-J, 1985-1987
34 I-J, 1986-1991
35 I-J, 1991-1993
36 I-J, 1993-1995
37 I-J, 1996-2001
38 K, 1984-1986
39 K, 1986-1991
310 K, 1991-1993
311 K, 1993-1995
312 K (continued), 1993-1995
313 K, 1995-2001
314 K (continued), 1995-2001
315 L, 1964, 1984-1986
316 L, 1986-1990
317 L, 1991-1995
318 L, 1995-2001
319 M, 1984-1988
320 M, 1986-1988
321 M, 1989-1991
322 M, 1995-2001
323 M (continued), 1995-2001
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41 M, 1991-1992
42 M, 1992-1993
43 M, 1993-1995
44 N, 1986-1991
45 N, 1991-1993
46 N, 1993-1995
47 N, 1995-2000
48 O, 1986-1987
49 O, 1986-1991
410 O, 1991-1993
411 O, 1993-1995
412 O, 1995-2001
413 P-Q, 1985-1986
414 P-Q, 1986-1991
415 P-Q, 1991-1993
416 P-Q, 1993-1995
417 P-Q, 1996-2001
418 P-Q (continued), 1996-2001
419 R, 1985-1986
420 R, 1986-1991
421 R, 1991-1993
422 R, 1993-1995
423 R, 1995-2001
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51 S, 1984-1987
52 S, 1986-1988
53 S, 1989-1991
54 S (continued), 1989-1991
55 S, 1991-1992
56 S, 1992-1993
57 S, 1993-1995
58 S (continued), 1993-1995
59 S, 1995-2001
510 S (continued), 1995-2001
511 S, 1996-2001
512 T, 1984-1986
513 T, 1986-1991
514 T, 1991-1993
515 T, 1993-1995
516 T, 1995-2001
517 U-V, 1984-1985
518 U-V, 1986-1991
519 U-V, 1991-1993
520 U-V, 1993-1995
521 U-V, 1995-2000
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61 W, 1984-1986
62 W, 1986-1991
63 W, 1991-1993
64 W, 1993-1995
65 W, 1996-2001
66 X-Y-Z, 1984-1986
67 X-Y-Z, 1986-1991
68 X-Y-Z, 1992-1993
69 X-Y-Z, 1993-1995
610 X-Y-Z, 1994-2000
Subseries 2 Brill Files, correspondence as Editor in Chief of 2 journals, 1984-2000
Includes correspondence with publishers, editors and authors and includes manuscripts and reviews with facsimiles of outgoing correspondence attached. Organized alphabetically and chronologically. Oberman was the editor-in-chief of Studies in Medieval and Reformation Thought and Studies in the History of Christian Thought.
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611 General Correspondence, 1987-1988
612 General Correspondence, 1989
613 General Correspondence, 1985-1986
614 General Correspondence, 1990-1991
615 General Correspondence, 1992-1993
616 General Correspondence, 1994-1995
617 Published authors, A-B, 1984-1985
618 Published authors, C, 1984-1985
619 Published authors, D-G, 1984-1985
620 Published authors, H-K, 1984-1985
621 Published authors, L, 1984-1985
622 Published authors, M-O, 1984-1985
623 Published authors, P-Q, 1984-1985
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71 Published authors, R, 1984-1985
72 Published authors, S, 1984-1985
73 Published authors, S (continued), 1984-1985
74 Published authors, T-Z, 1984-1985
75 Catalogs and book order forms, 1987-2000
76 Publish or Perish Symposium, 1996
Subseries 3 Correspondence with Publishers, 1983-2006
Project correspondence concerning the publication of HAO’s work, translation, rights and permissions and requests for reviews. Also includes administrative correspondence, financial and logistical information. Organized alphabetically by publishing house.
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77 Baker House, 2000-2001
78 Bohlau Verlag, 1990
79 Brill, 2002
710 Cambridge University Press, 1988-1995
711 Christianity Today, undated, 2003
712 Cornell University Press, 1987
713 Crossroad/Continuum, 1985, 1988, 2001
714 Doubleday, 1991-1994
715 Eerdmans, 1991-2005
716 Fortress Press, 1984-2004
717 Garland, 1993
718 de Gruyter, 1987-2001
719 Harvard University Press, 1986-2000
720 Instituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici, 1990
721 J. C. B. Mohr, Submissions, Contributions to the History of Biblical Exegesis (BGBE), 1992-1998
722 J. C. B. Mohr, Contributions to the History of Biblical Exegesis (BGBE), 1991-1997
723 J. C. B. Mohr, Paul Siebeck, 1986-1991
724 Labyrinth Press, 1985-1990
725 Newsweek, 1984
726 North Carolina Press, 1983, 1986
727 NRC Handelsblad, 1992
728 Oxford University Press, 1994, 1995
729 Past and Present, 1991
730 Princeton University Press, 1994
731 Quell Verlag, 1988
732 Siedler, Sternstunden der Christenheit, Europe’s De-Christianization, 1987-2001
733 Siedler Verlag, 1992-2001
734 Siedler Verlag, 1984-1991
735 Sigler Press, 1988-1991
736 Sixteenth Century Journal, 1988-2000
737 Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (SPCK), 1986-1993
738 Theologischer Verlag und Buchhandlungen (TVZ), 2000
739 Times Literary Supplement, 1984-1990
740 Ton Bolland (Amsterdam), 1986-1996
741 T & T Clark, 1985-1993
742 T & T Clark, Naples, 4 summer lectures, La Teologia della Riforma, 1989
743 Vitgeversmaatschappij, J. H. Kok B. V., 1990
744 University of Arizona Press, 1985-1989
745 University of Michigan Press, 1991
746 Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1984-1989
747 Variorum (Gower House Pub.), 1984-1991
748 VG Wort, 2003-2005
749 Westminster John Knox Press, 1991, 1994
750 Yale University Press, 1985-2006
Subseries 4 Project Correspondence, 1985-2003
Correspondence related to collaborative efforts, manuscripts, events, publications, conferences, and Festschrifts and Oberman’s major research projects. Organized alphabetically by project.
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81 Abington Press, Reformation textbook, 1986-1988
82 Cornelius Augustijn article, 1991
83 Bakhuizen van den Brink, library introduction, 1988
84 Brothers and Sisters of the New Devotion, preface, Paulist Press, 1987
85 Martin Bucer, essay, D. F. Wright, 1989
86 The Knowledge of God with Calvin and Barth, 1991
87 John Calvin: The Mystery of his Impact, 1991-1993
88 Calvin et ses Contemporains, Paris conference, 1995-1997
89 Cape, Reformation textbook, 1988
810 Casa Eranos, Augustine and Luther, 1987-1988
811 Classics of Western Spirituality Series, 1990
812 Contra Vanum, Roots and Ramifications, T & T Clark, 1988
813 The Dawn of the Reformation, 2nd ed., 1987-1992
814 Die Reformation, Italian, 1988
815 Graf Dohna, 1988-1989
816 Festschrift, Martin Greschat, 1997
817 Festschrift, Marion Kobelt-Goertz, 1993-1996
818 Festschrift, Kenneth Hagen, ed. Maschke, 1988-2001
819 Festschrift, Kenneth Hagen, ed. Maschke, (continued), 1988-2001
820 Festschrift, Josef Macek, Frantisek Smahel, 1991
821 Festschrift, Erich Meuthen, 1992-1994
822 Festschrift, Hans-Christoph Rublack, 1990-1992
823 Festschrift, Van ‘t Spijker, 1995-1996
824 Festschrift, Lou H. Silberman, 1993-1994
825 Festschrift, David Steinmetz, 1994-1996
826 Festschrift, Gerald Strauss, 1989-1992
827 Festschrift, Charles Trinkaus, 1991-1992
828 Festschrift, Sir Elton Geoffrey, MacMillian, 1987
829 Festschrift, George Williams, 1996-1999
830 Festschrift, George Williams, (continued), 1996-1999
831 Foedus, 1995
832 Gansfort translation project, Victoria Speder, 1997-1999
833 Gettysburg Address, Luther and the Devil, 1988
834 Groot Goudriaan, 1995
835 Hammer speech, Berndt Hamm, 1993, 1994
836 Heineken lecture, The Devil and Devious Historian, Amsterdam, 1996
837 Historisches Kolleg, The Long Fifteenth Century, Brady, Munich Colloquium, 1999-2001
838 Philip C. Holtrop, preface, 1992-1993
839 Hus paper, Beyreuth, Germany, 1993-1998
840 Kerk en Theologie, Dutch Sermon, 1987-1988
841 Hans-Walter Krumwiede project, 2000
842 Ignatius of Loyola, Bilbao, 1991
843 Kerk & Theologie, 1991
844 Kok Kampen, 1982-1988
845 Kok Kampen, the Heartland of John Calvin, 1987-1989
846 Kok Kampen, Luther (Dutch), 1988
847 Kok Kampen, Kutte und Kultur, 1990-2001
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91 Kok Kampen, Kutte und Kultur, (continued), 1990-2001
92 Kok Kampen, Sternstunden, 1984-2000
93 Kok Kampen, Reuchlin translation, 1993-1994
94 Kutte und Kulture, Alexander Fest Verlag, 2000-2001
95 Laterza, Milan, 1987-1988
96 Laterza, Naples lectures, 1989
97 Luther paperbacks, DTV, Siedler, Laterza, 1987
98 Luther and the Via Moderna, Trent lecture, 2000-2003
99 Luther and the Via Moderna, Trent lectures, continued), 2000-2003
910 Luther and the Via Moderna, Trent lectures, (continued), 2000-2003
911 Masters of the Reformation, preface, Trinity Press, 1991-1992
912 Neukirchener, 1995-2000
913 Neukirchener, Texte series, 1991-1995
914 Neukirchener, Quellen, 1992-1994
915 Neukirchener, Grundtexte (sequel to Quellen), 1985-2001
916 Neukirchener, new series, 1985-2001
917 Oxford University Press, John Buchard, 1987-1988
918 The Reformation, Roots and Ramifications, 1988-1994
919 The Reformation, Roots and Ramifications, Vol. 2, 1988-1994
920 Reuchlin project, Stefan Rhein, 1993
921 Reuchlin and the Jews, Pforzheimer, 1991-1993
922 Scholder Symposium, 1990-1991
923 SPCK, Reformation textbook (English version of Quellen), 1987-1988
924 Paltz III, Spatmittelalter un Reformation (SuR), Christoph Burger, Dohna, 1986-1990
925 Spatmittelalter un Reformation Neue Reihe (SuR NR), J. C. B. Mohr and ed. Dr. Hans Christoph Stoodt, 1991, 1994
926 Spatmittelalter un Reformation Neue Reihe (SuR NR), published, 1994-1999
927 Spatmittelalter un Reformation Neue Reihe (SuR NR), general correspondence, 1991-1999
928 Spatmittelalter un Reformation Neue Reihe (SuR NR), submissions, 1991-2000
929 Spatmittelalter un Reformation Neue Reihe (SuR NR), submissions, 1991-2000
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101 Teufelsdreck, 1987-1988
102 Tolerance and Intolerance, Cambridge, England, 1993-1996
103 Via Calvini, 1994-1995
104 Paul Vignaux, 1986-1987
105 Wessell Gansfort: Magister Contradictions, 1990-1994
106 Yale Intellectual Series, Browsma, 1991-1996
Series II Travel Files, Lectures and Events, 1964-2000
Subseries 1 Travel Files, 1964-2000
Folders labeled by destination city and organized chronologically, includes correspondence, conference or event information, receipts and financial information. Organized chronologically.
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107 Travel files, 1964-1983
108 Via Antiqua and Via Moderna, AHA, Chicago, 1984
109 German-American Interrelations, Maryland-Tübingen Symposium, 1984
1010 Christianity and the Renaissance, Florida and Italy, 1985
1011 Luther lecture, Parker Perry, Albuquerque, 1985
1012 Macalester College, St. Paul, 1985
1013 Book Award, Dusseldorf, 1985
1014 Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, Columbus, OH, 1985
1015 Calvin conference, cancelled, 1985
1016 Renaissance Conference of Southern California, 1985
1017 European summer travels, 1985
1018 The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, 1985-1986
1019 Ockam/Occam lecture notes, Oxford and St. Louis, 1985-1988
1020 Medieval Academy meeting, Albuquerque, 1986
1021 European summer travels, 1986
1022 Pisa, Italy, 1986
1023 Meeting with Secretary of Education of the Netherlands, Amsterdam, 1986
1024 American Society for Reformation Research, Kalamazoo, 1986, 1988
1025 Dordt College, Sioux Center, Iowa, 1986-1988
1026 Luther Northwestern Theological Seminary, convocation, 1987
1027 European summer travel, 1987
1028 Devotio Moderna, Zwolle, cancelled, 1987
1029 Cities and their Cultures in Age of Renaissance and Reformation, Harvard, 1987
1030 German Historical Institute, Washington, D. C., 1987
1031 Kessel Ordination, Berkeley, 1987
1032 Loyola, 1988
1033 WA Kommission, Tübingen, 1987
1034 Renaissance Society of America, Tempe, 1987
1035 16th Century Studies conference, Calvin, 1987-1989
1036 American Society of Church History, lecture, Lancaster, PA, 1988
1037 European summer travels, 1988
1038 Luther seminar, Victoria University, University of Toronto, 1988
1039 Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1989, 1990
1040 Wessel Gansfort and Northern Humanism, Netherlands, 1989
1041 Lecture, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, 1989
1042 Multiple Voices of the Reformation, Bethel/Newton, 1989
1043 European summer travels, 1989
1044 Luther lecture, York College, 1990
1045 International Congress on Calvin Research, Grand Rapids, 1990
1046 Summer travel, Nancy O’Neill visit, Montana, 1990
1047 European summer travel, 1990
1048 Reformation in Germany and Europe, Washington, D. C., 1990
1049 American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1990
1050 American Society of Church History, NYC, 1990
1051 Medieval Heritage and Modern Realities in Jewish-Christian Relations, Auburn, 1990
1052 Conference on Jewish-Christian Dialogue in the Renaissance, Chicago, 1990
1053 Haskins Medal, Medieval Academy of America, Vancouver, 1990
1054 Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, Philadelphia, 1991
1055 Guest lecture, Northern Rockies Institute of Theology, Montana, 1991
1056 Board meeting, Meeter Center-Calvin Studies, St. Paul, 1991
1057 Western Center, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Los Angeles, 1991
1058 TARF meeting, cancelled, Gorlitz, Germany, 1991
1059 Reimbursements, summer travel, 1991
1060 All Souls, Oxford, summer travel, 1991
1061 Presentation, Locher birthday, Bern Switzerland, summer travel, 1991
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111 Guest Professor lecture series, University of South Africa, Pretoria University, 1991
112 History of Anti-Semitism, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, UCLA, 1991
113 International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, summer travel, 1991
114 Pforzheim, summer travel, 1991
115 Conduct service, Okkenbroek, Holland, summer travel, 1991
116 Zwolle, Netherlands, summer travel, 1991
117 Ignatius and Luther, epilogue to conference, Bilbao, Spain, summer travel, 1991
118 German Historical Institute, cancelled, UCLA, 1991
119 American Academy of Arts and Science, cancelled, 1991
1110 Conference, Medieval Academy, cancelled, Princeton, 1991
1111 Visiting fellow, Glendale Community College, 1991
1112 Calvin lectures, Western Theological Seminary, Holland and Michigan, 1992
1113 Medieval Academy, cancelled, Columbus, 1992
1114 Institute for Christian Studies, Geo. Vandervelde, cancelled, Chicago, 1992
1115 Colloquium, Calvin Studies, Davidson College, North Carolina, 1992
1116 European summer travels, 1992
1117 Western Center, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, cancelled, 1992
1118 International Congress on Medieval Studies, double session, Kalamazoo, 1992
1119 Periodization- Old Paradigms and New Perspectives, Jerusalem, 1992
1120 Award, Humanities Seminar, 1992
1121 CHI RHO lecture series, Eugene, OR, 1992
1122 Sixteenth Century Studies conference, Atlanta, cancelled, 1992
1123 Board meeting, Meeter Center for Calvin Studies, Grand Rapids, 1992
1124 Newcombe lectureship, Winnipeg, 1992
1125 Dag Van De Biografie, cancelled, Amsterdam, 1992
1126 Visiting lecture, Tom Brady, UC Berkeley, 1992
1127 Sixteenth Century Studies, St. Louis, 1993
1128 Governing board meeting, Meeter Center, 1993
1129 Liberty Fund Symposium, Brigham Young University, cancelled, 1993
1130 Jan Hus, Bayreuth, 1993
1131 Tjaard Hommes, Maine, cancelled, 1993
1132 Jews and Judaism in Medieval Christian Thought, Wolfenbutte, cancelled, 1993
1133 Calvin Studies Society, Princeton, NJ, 1993
1134 Luther Forschungs Kongress, St. Paul, 1993
1135 Summer travel, 1993
1136 250th Anniversary Meeting, American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, 1993
1137 Christus Theological Institution, Mobile, AL, 1993
1138 Institute for Christian Studies, Toronto, 1993
1139 Ecumenical Gathering of Churches, Pastor Jerry Haas, cancelled, 1993
1140 Holten, Netherlands, 1993
1141 Sixteenth Century Studies conference, Toronto, 1994
1142 Scott Hendrix installation, Gettysburg Lutheran Seminary, cancelled, 1994
1143 Summer travel, 1994
1144 30th Anniversary of Institute in Zurich, Prof. Alfred Schindler, 1994
1145 29th Congress on Medieval Studies, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, 1994
1146 J. Pelikan’s 70th birthday, Beinecke Library, cancelled, 1994
1147 Medieval Academy, Nominating Committee, Tennessee, 1994
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121 Weinstein Exhibit, Bridwell Library, Dallas, 1994
122 Colloquium on Calvin, Davidson College, cancelled, 1994
123 Lutheran Bible Institute, Anaheim, 1994
124 Fuller Theological Seminary, cancelled, 1994
125 Netherlands, 1994
126 Guest lecture, Knox College, Toronto, 1994
127 Institute for Calvinistic Studies, Seoul, Korea, 1994
128 Luther, Erasmus and Calvin, Bethany Lutheran College, Minnesota, 1994
129 Tolerance and Intolerance, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 1994
1210 Balke Festrede, Zeist, Netherlands, 1994
1211 Calvin et ses Contemporains, Paris, 1995
1212 Summer travel, 1995
1213 Estates and Societies in Early Modern Central Europe, NYC, 1995
1214 Lecture, Claremont, CA, cancelled, 1995
1215 William Birkett Williams memorial lecture, Fairmont Church, Ohio, 1996
1216 Summer travel, 1996
1217 Copernican Revolution conference, cancelled, Netherlands, 1996
1218 Theologisches Konvikt, Berlin, cancelled, 1996
1219 Public lecture, Humboldt University, cancelled, Berlin, 1996
1220 Institute for Advanced Studies, cancelled, Jerusalem, 1996
1221 Bridwell Library, cancelled, Dallas, 1996
1222 Luther Colloquium, Gettysburg, 1996
1223 Pacific Lutheran Presbyterian, Timothy Lull, Berkeley, 1997
1224 Concordia and King of Glory, cancelled, 1997
1225 Sixteenth Century Studies conference, Atlanta, 1997
1226 Lecture, UC Berkeley, Tom Brady, 1997
1227 F. G. W. Schouten, Utrecht, cancelled, 1997
1228 Western Jewish Studies Association, 1997
1229 Summer travel, 1997
1230 Sixteenth Century Studies conference, Toronto, 1998
1231 Summer travel, 1998
1232 Meeter Center, 1998
1233 33rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, 1998
1234 Leith lectures, cancelled, 1998
1235 Belgun lecture, Thousand Oaks, CA, cancelled, 1999
1236 American Society of Church History, San Diego, 1999
1237 American Society of Church History, Washington, D. C., 1999
1238 34th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, 1999
1239 Erasmus Society, Netherlands, 1999
1240 Luther, CNN Interactive, 1999
1241 Heritage lecture, Beeson Divinity School, Samford University, 1999
1242 Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, St. Louis, 1999
1243 Eurasia and Africa during the Last Thousand Years, Madison, WI, 1999
1244 Folger conference, John Pocock, 1999
1245 Summer travel, 1999
1246 The Long Fifteenth Century, Histrorisches Kolleg, Thomas Brady, cancelled, 1999
1247 Guest lecture, University of Bern, cancelled, 1999
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131 European Tours (cruises), 1999, 2000
132 Honorary Dr. of Letters, Valparaiso University, 2000
133 Luther conference, Trent, Italy, 2000
134 Summer travel, 2000
135 Eden Seminary, St. Louis, 2000
136 Brad Gregory, campus visit, 2000
137 Taiwan Theological College, cancelled, 2000
138 Westminster, cancelled, 2000
139 UC San Diego Colloquium, 2000
Subseries 2 Lectures, Events and Sermons, 1973-2000
Public lectures and sermons, notes and full drafts, title of talk or sermon, location, and date labeled on most folders, organized chronologically.
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1310 The Relation of Medieval and Reformation Thought, undated
1311 Lecture notes, Karlstadt, Germany, undated
1312 Sermons, 1973-1983
1313 Koninklijke Academie, lecture, Dutch, 1975
1314 Lecture, Amsterdam, 1976
1315 Reformation as Decisive Chapter, Oberlin, 1979
1316 Sternstunden der Christenheit, lecture notes (German), 1980
1317 Luther lectures, 1980-1991
1318 Frontlines in Luther Research, circa 1983
1319 The Amazing Gap, Ascension Lutheran Church, 1985
1320 Vatican II- Hopes, Dreams and Realities, 1985
1321 Antisemitism lectures, 1985-1989
1322 Antisemitism lectures, (continued), 1985-1989
1323 De Erfenis van Calvijn, Kuyper lectures, Amsterdam, 1986
1324 Sermons, sermon notes, quotable quotes, 1986-1999
1325 Holten, lecture notes, 1986, 1987
1326 Augustine, Eranos, 1987
1327 Leo Braeck Institute and AHA, Washington, D. C., 1987
1328 Conversion in Medieval and Reformation Sources, Brown University, 1987
1329 Luther and the Devil, Gritsch, Gettysburg, PA, 1988
1330 Calvin’s Critique of Calvinism, Lancaster, 1988
1331 International Congress of Medieval Studies, cancelled, Kalamazoo, 1989
1332 Invitations to conferences/requests for papers, 1989-1991
1333 Theologischen Arbeitskreises fur Reformationsgeschichtliche (TARF), 1990
1334 Europa Afllicta: The Reformation of the Refugees, New York, 1990
1335 Anti-Semitism, Appeasement and All Souls, circa 1990
1336 The Riddle of Erasmus, Pretoria, South Africa and Naples, 1991
1337 Guest lecture, sponsored by Dr. Twersky, Harvard University, 1990
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141 Ignatius of Loyola, Bilbao, Spain, 1991
142 John Calvin: The Mystery of his Impact, conference in Philadelphia, 1991
143 Calvin lecture, Secor Dabar, Holten, 1992
144 Geoffrey Elton Festschrift lecture, Oxford, 1992
145 Manifest Destiny, Paradiso, Amsterdam and Switzerland, 1993
146 The Amazing Gap: Heritage and Preaching in America Today, Ascention Lutheran Church, 1993
147 Hidden Treasures in John Calvin, Meeter Center, 1994
148 Between Terror and Tolerance, Prinstesdag, The Hague, 1994
149 Calvin: Challenge for Modern Theology, the Laidlaw Lectures, 1994
1410 Speech, Dr. Morris Martin’s birthday, 1995
1411 Calvin and Farel, Paris, 1995
1412 Witness to Persecution and Survival (Anne Frank), Jewish Community Center, 1995
1413 Augustine, notes for G. W. Oberman for presentation on Cruise liner, 1996
1414 Luther: The Reformation and Anti-Semitism, Martin Luther Colloquium, Gettysburg, PA, 1996
1415 Tafelrede, Heineken Prize Laureates Dinner, 1996
1416 Lecture, Augustana College, Rock Island, IL, 1997
1417 Quinn Memorial, 1997
1418 Arthur Quinn, Memorial Service, UC Berkeley, 1997
1419 The Voice of Luthur Today, OSLC and Dove Peace, 1997, 2000
1420 Van Engen Conference, Notre Dame, 1998
1421 International Congress on Calvin Research, Seoul, Korea, 1998
1422 Cunard lectures, 1998
1423 From the Last to the Latest Thousand Years, Madison, WI, 1999
1424 The Lasting Heritage of Calvin, Beeson Divinity School, Alabama and St. Louis, 1999, 2000
1425 The Future of Ecumenism, St. Cyril’s Church, 2000
1426 Dr. Lewis Spitz, In Memoriam, 2000
Subseries 3 University of Arizona and Tucson Events, 1986-2000
Includes project files, correspondence and ephemera related to University of Arizona Department of Late Medieval and Reformation Studies events and community lectures and events in the greater Tucson area. Includes events such as Town and Gown, Summer Lecture Series and Tucson Literary Club. Organized chronologically.
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1427 Ecumenism, Tucson Ecumenical Council, 1986
1428 Medieval Renaissance and Reformation Committee, 1986-2001
1429 Annual lecture, Krister and Brita Stendahl, 1987
1430 Lecture, Martin Luther King: Free at Last, 1987
1431 Lectures and sermons, Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church, Tucson, 1987
1432 Summer lecture series, 1988
1433 David Tracy, fund drive, fellowships for Late Medieval and Reformation Studies Department, 1988
1434 Peter Brown, guest lecture, 1988
1435 The Mean Student: You Haven’t Got a Prayer, Commencement, 1988
1436 The Joy of History, President’s Club, luncheon address, 1988
1437 Community Courses, 1988-1990
1438 Humanities Seminar, Europe 1300-1600, 1988, 1992
1439 Town and Gown invitation letters to members of the History Colloquium, formerly Home Study Group, 1988-1999
1440 Annual Lecture, Martin Marty, 1989
1441 Community Lectures, 1989
1442 What is History? What is the Historian’s Role? PHI ALPHA THETA, 1989
1443 Sir Geoffrey Elton, visit, 1989
1444 John D. Kautz, Lutheran Campus Ministry, Tucson, 1989
1445 Rev. Nelson and Rev. Lefebvre meeting, Phoenix, 1989
1446 Preaching in America, Valley Presbyterian Church, 1989
1447 Summer Lecture Series, 1989
1448 Arizona Humanities Council, Summer Lecture Series, 1989
1449 Lutherfest, Fountain of Life Lutheran Church, 1990
1450 Luther lecture, St. Odilia’s Church, 1990
1451 Late Medieval and Early Reformation Department, fundraising diner, 1990
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151 Annual Lecture, Prof. Dr. Rosemary Radford Reuther, 1990
152 Summer Lecture Series, 1990
153 Anticlericalism Conference, Tucson, 1990
154 Opening and closing remarks, Anticlericalism Conference, Tucson, 1990
155 Conference volume, Anticlericalism Conference, Tucson, 1990-1994
156 Conference volume, Anticlericalism Conference, Tucson (continued), 1990-1994
157 The First Congregational United church of Christ, 1990
158 Lecture, Norsemen’s Club, 1990
159 Summer Lecture Series, 1991
1510 Arizona Humanities Council, Summer Lecture Series, 1991
1511 The Challenge of Martin Luther, Luther Comes to Tucson, Lutheran Campus Ministry Banquet, 1991
1512 Dinner, Mr. William Eerdmans, 1991
1513 Farewell party, Dr. and Mrs. Rublack, 1991
1514 Lutheran Campus Ministry banquet, 1991
1515 Annual Lecture, Desmond Tutu, unable to accept invitation, 1991
1516 Medieval Studies Program Review Committee, 1991-1992
1517 Visitor, Dr. Peter Blickle, cancelled, 1992
1518 : Legislator’s Day, 1992
1519 Lecture, Dean Smith’s luncheon, 1993
1520 Southwest Regional meeting, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Tucson, 1993
1521 Luther, Campus Lutheran Ministry, 1993
1522 Annual Meeting, Medieval Academy of America, Tucson, 1993
1523 The Historian: From Prostitute to Prophet, Humanities Dean Luncheon lecture, 1993
1524 National Endowment for the Humanities, Erasmus Institute, grant application, 1993
1525 Erasmus Institute, 1994
1526 Weekly speakers, Erasmus Institute, 1994
1527 Tucson Unified School District, Teachers meeting, 1994
1528 Tucson Literary Club, 1994-2002
1529 Anne Frank in the World, 1995
1530 Visitor, Prof. Dr. F. Higman, 1996
1531 Conference, Christian Kabbalah and European Thought, 1996
1532 English-Speaking Union, Nina Ruhl, 1996
1533 Ursula Lanis, Memorial Service, 1996
1534 The Devil and the Devious Historian, SBS lecture and Tucson Literary Club, 1997
1535 Guest lecture, Prof. Susan Karant-Nunn, 1997
1536 A Conversation and Public Lecture, Calvin, 1997
1537 Honors lunch, W. Dever, 1998
1538 Danforth lectures, Hope College, MI, 1998
1539 Millennium Mileposts, KUAT, 1998
1540 Harvard Alumni Club lecture, Arizona Inn, 1999
1541 Guest Speaker, Dr. Robert Kingdon, 1999
1542 The First Day Forum, AZ Star and KUAT,
1543 Western Conference on British Studies, Tucson, 1999
1544 Visitor, Prof. Dr. B. Roussel, 1999
1545 Visitor, Dr. A. Pettegree, 1999
1546 Planning, A Symposium: The Work of Heiko A. Oberman, Tucson, 2000
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161 Planning, A Symposium: The Work of Heiko A. Oberman, Tucson (continued), 2000
162 Budget, A Symposium: The Work of Heiko A. Oberman, Tucson, 2000
163 Budget, A Symposium: The Work of Heiko A. Oberman, (continued), 2000
164 Catalina Rotary Club, cancelled, 2000
165 Dove of Peace Lutheran Church, 2000
166 Kepler’s Chicken Bone, Tucson Literary Club, 2000
167 Tucson Literary Club, 2000
Series III Teaching materials, circa 1950-1998
Oberman’s lecture notes, syllabi, required readings, bibliographies, publications and class notes. Materials relate to Harvard University, The University of Tübingen and the University of Arizona. Organized chronologically.
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168 Luther, course notes, German, undated
169 Calvin, Harvard lecture course, 1950s
1610 Reformation bibliographies, circa 1960-1980
1611 Reading lists and bibliographies, 1962-1987
1612 Conciliarism, seminar notes, German, 1954-1968
1613 Syllabae, from many professors, 1965-1997
1614 Harvard University, reading lists and syllabae, 1968-1981
1615 Vrije Universiteit Bibliotheck, correspondence and catalog cards, 1977
1616 University of Tübingen, Germany, Erasmus course, 1977
1617 Church History 103A, lecture notes, circa 1980
1618 Reformation bibliographies, circa 1980
1619 University of Tübingen, 1980-1983
1620 Calvin: Leben, Werk und Wirkung, Tübingen seminar, 1983-1984
1621 History 495G: Forerunners of the Reformation, 1984
1622 History 696F: Early Modern Europe, Doctoral Seminar, undated
1623 History 409: The Reformation, lecture notes, 1985
1624 History 409, lecture, transparencies, 1985, 1989
1625 History 409/509, The Reformation, class outline, required reading, 1985-1995
1626 History 102: Western Civilization, 1986
1627 History 409: Reformation, 1987
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171 History of Christianity, notes, 1987-1993
172 Medieval Intellectual History, Harvard and U of A History 407, 1988, 1989, 1990
173 History 407/507B Medieval Intellectual History, 1990, 1994
174 History 195A: Debates with Historians, 1993
175 History 596F: Early Modern Europe, Doctoral Seminar, 1993
176 History 396H: Regents undergrad honors, 1993
177 History 101: Western Civilization, 1996
178 History 101, Jon’s Notes Inc., 1995, 1996
179 History 407/507B: Medieval Intellectual History, 1998
Series IV Organization files, 1977-2004
Project files and correspondence related to work on committees, editorial and executive boards for various organizations. Organized alphabetically.
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1710 American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1990-2001
1711 American Cusanus Society, 1997-2001
1712 American Historical Association, 1993-1996
1713 American Philosophical Society, 1991-2001
1714 Archive for Reformation History, 1994-2000
1715 Aretê Encyclopedia, Editorial Board, Theology, 1977
1716 Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, advisory board, 1988
1717 British Academy, 1988-2001
1718 Calvin Studies Society, 1990-2001
1719 Center for the Study of World History, University of Amsterdam, 1995
1720 Church History Society of South Africa, 1987-1988
1721 Classics of Western Spirituality, Editorial Committee, 1977-1988
1722 Collected Works of Erasmus, Advisory Committee, University of Toronto, 1979-1993
1723 Constantijn Huygens Instituut (CHI), evaluation, 1997
1724 De Calvin A. Bayle (collection), Comité de Patronage, 1978
1725 Disputatio journal, advisory board, 1994-1995
1726 Duke University, Arts and Sciences Visiting Committee, 1990
1727 English series, Reformation, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998
1728 American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Western Center Executive Council meetings, 1989, 1990, 1991
1729 Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia, Advisory Board, 1987-2004
1730 Heineken Prize for History, 1996
1731 History of Antisemitism project, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1990-1991
1732 Herausgabe der Worke Martin Luthur, WA-AWA, 1986-1988
1733 Journal of Church History, 1997-2001
1734 Journal of Ecclesiastical History, Editorial Advisory Board, 2000-2001
1735 Ker ken Theologie, Advisory Board, 1988-1992
1736 KNOW, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1991-1994
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181 Library of Classical Protestant Theological Texts, Advisory Board, 2000
182 Meeter Center, board meetings, 1991-1994
183 Meeter Center, board meetings, 1995-1996
184 Meeter Center, board meetings, 1997-1998
185 Medieval Academy of America, 1989-1998
186 Medieval Institute (Division Gathering), Kalamazoo, 1994-1995
187 New Wyclif Society Editorial Board, Univ. of Ottawa, 1979
188 Reformation and Renaissance Review, Editorial Board, 1995
189 Renaissance Society of America, 1989-1996
1810 Rudolf Agricola Instituut, advisory board, 1994-1996
1811 Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, business meetings, 1990-1998
1812 Stichting ter Bevordering van de Kennis van de Reformatie, 1988-1995
1813 Studi e Testi per la Storia Religiosa del Cinquecento, series, Scientific Committee, 1996
1814 Studies in Reformation Theology and History, Princeton Theological Seminary, 1992
1815 Studies in Spirituality (series), Titus Brandsma Instituut, 1990, 1992
1816 Studies in the Reformation, Editorial Board, Ohio University, 1976
1817 Society for Reformation Research, 1985, 1986, 1996
1818 Secor Dabar, 1992, 1994
1819 Tyndale Advisory Committee, University of Tübingen, 1977
1820 University of Groningan, advisory board, 1995-2001
1821 Western Center, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1989-1993
1822 Zeitschrift für Kirchengeschichte, Editorial Board, 1992-1993
Series V Project Files, 1958-2008
Subseries 1 Book and Article Reviews, 1958-2001
Correspondence, manuscripts and publications related to reviews of academic works for colleagues and publishers.
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1823 Reviews, pending 1984-2000
1824 Reviews, declined requests 1984-2004
1825 Reviews 1958-1984
1826 Reviews, completed with final copy attached 1985-1987
1827 Review of “Historical Worlds, Literary History”, by Brian Stock circa 1987
1828 Review requests, Nederlands Thjeologisch Tijdschrift (NTT) 1985-1990
1829 Reviews 1986-1993
1830 Reviews, completed with final copy attached 1988-1990
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191 Reviews, books, outstanding 1990
192 Reviews, completed with final copy attached 1991-1992
193 Reviews 1994
194 Reviews 1995-1996
195 Reviews, completed 1996-1997
196 Reviews, completed 1998-1999
197 Reviews of “Martin Luther: The Christian between God and Death”, by Richard Marius 1999-2000
198 Review of “La Formazione Storica Della Alterita” 1999-2001
199 Reviews completed 2000-2001
Subseries 2 Book Purchases and Inventory, 1981-1998
Files related to Oberman’s personal library and management of his own publications. Includes: publication inventories, sales, distribution lists, financial documents, invoices and correspondence with publishers and book dealers.
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1910 Book stocks (copies of HAO’s publications), 1991-1998
1911 Offprints, distribution of HAO publications, 1986-1997
1912 Book sales, HAO publications, 1990-1998
1913 Calvin, distribution lists, 1988-1989
1914 Luther, distribution and sales, 1990
1915 Distribution lists, other HAO publications, 1981-1988, undated
1916 Books ordered from publishers, 1988-1992
1917 Books ordered from publishers (continued), 1988-1992
1918 Books received from publishers, 1985-1990
1919 Books received from publishers (continued), 1985-1990
1920 Books received from publishers (continued), 1985-1990
1921 Publishers invoices, old book orders, 1985-1988
Subseries 3 Manuscripts and Project Files, 1970-2008
Project files, drafts (bulk), and correspondence for Oberman’s major academic works including publications, manuscripts for lectures, research materials, work with publishers and other collaborative works. Organized chronologically.
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201 Luther and Thomas, undated
202 Luther and Zwingli, Madison, WI, undated
203 Toward Recovery of Historical Calvin: Redrawing the Map of Reformation in Europe, undated
204 Mysticism, German lecture notes, undated
205 Erasmus, NRC and Robert Holkot, notes, bibliography, Quodlibetal questions, undated
206 Jews, undated
207 Initia Calvini: Die Entwicklung Calvins als Reformator, German translation, undated
208 Clippings, 1970-2000
209 KG II, notes and research materials, German, circa 1975
2010 KG II, SS73, notebook, German, circa 1975
2011 KG II, notes and research materials, German, circa 1975
2012 Geschichte Der Mystik, notes, German, circa 1975
2013 Kreuzwege der Geistesgischichte, notes, German, circa 1975
2014 Theologie Luthers, notes, German, 1976-1977
2015 Warden und Wertung der Reformation, reviews, 1977-1978
2016 Warden und Wertung der Reformation, thank you letters and reviews, 1977-1978
2017 Sternstunden Der Christenheit, sections 3-8, German, 1978-1979
2018 Sternstunden Der Christenheit, sections 4-6, German, circa 1978
2019 Bürgerliche Geschichtsschreibung, notes and drafts, 1978, undated
2020 KG III, Mystik, notes, 1980-1981
2021 Civitas Dei, Corpus Christi, Congregatio Fidelium, possibly unpublished, 1985
2022 Contracts, publishers, 1985-2001
2023 Fortune, Faith and Females, St. Augustine, University of Arizona, 1986
2024 The Stubborn Jews, English and German, 1986-1988
2025 Teufelsdreck, translation, Chicago, 1986-1987
2026 Central Policy Committee for Catholic Inst. Of Theological Education, Utrecht, 1986-1988
2027 Calvin Book #1, The Heritage of Calvin, Kuyper Lectures, 1988-1989
2028 Calvin’s Legacy, draft, 1990
2029 Calvin (Major), English version, 1991-1996
2030 Calvin’s Legacy: Its Greatness and Limitations, correspondence, 1987-1992
2031 Calvin’s Legacy: Its Greatness and Limitations, correspondence, 1994-2008
2032 Requests for articles, Trappman, 1990
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211 Luther, WS, notes, 1982-1983
212 Luther, typed notes, 1982
213 Luther: Man Between God and the Devil, Yale University Press, 1985-1989
214 Luther: Man Between God and the Devil, Yale University Press, 1989-1991
215 Luther: Man Between God and the Devil, Yale University Press (continued), 1989-1991
216 Luther: Man Between God and the Devil, extension for English edition, undated
217 Luther: Man Between God and the Devil, index, style sheet, captions, undated
218 Luther: Man Between God and the Devil, abbreviation and notes, undated
219 Luther: Man Between God and the Devil, review draft, pp. 17-250, undated
2110 Luther: Man Between God and the Devil, reviewed draft, pp. 251-512, undated
2111 Luther: Man Between God and the Devil, reviewed draft, pp. 194-444, undated
2112 Luther: Man Between God and the Devil, illustrations, Yale University Press, 1989
2113 Luther: Man Between God and the Devil, illustrations, Yale University Press, 1989
2114 Luther: Man Between God and the Devil, illustrations, Yale University Press (continued), 1989
2115 Luther: Man Between God and the Devil, illustrations- positive transparencies, Yale University Press, 1989
2116 Luther: Man Between God and the Devil, illustrations- color portrait of Luther, Yale University Press, 1989
2117 Luther: Man Between God and the Devil, illustrations taken out, Yale University Press, 1989
2118 Luther: Man Between God and the Devil, translation by Eileen Walliser-Schwarzbart, heavily corrected by HAO, 1989
2119 Luther: Man Between God and the Devil, translation by Eileen Walliser-Schwarzbart, heavily corrected by HAO (continued), 1989
2120 Review of Michael Joyce’s book on Luther, 1987
2121 Review of Michael Joyce’s book on Luther (continued), 1987
2122 HAO Resumes and bibliographies, 1991-1996, undated
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221 Die Gelehrten die Verkehrten, multiple versions, 1987-1989
222 Pater Trapp, Festschrift, 1987-1991
223 Popular Response to Learned Culture, Harvard, 1987, 1988
224 Stubborn Jews, Italian, Caruci (Veronese), 1988
225 Stubborn Jews, Leo Baeck Institute, 1988-1990
226 Martin Anton Schmidt, Festschrift, 1988-1990
227 Initia Calvini: The Matrix of Calvin’s Reformation, 1990
228 Initia Calvini: The Matrix of Calvin’s Reformation, 1990-1992
229 The Discovery of Hebrew and the Discrimination of Jews, Gerald Strauss Festschrift, 1990-1991
2210 Gottfried W. Locher, Festschrift, 1990-1993
2211 Bibliotheca dissidentium, André Séguenny, 1991
2212 Martin Brecht, Festschrift, 1991
2213 Anticlericalism volume, preface, 1991
2214 Europa Afflicta: The Reformation of the Refugees, 1991-1993
2215 The Development of Anti-Semitism from the Middle Ages to Early Modern Times, 1992
2216 The Pursuit of Happiness, Trinkaus Festschrift,
2217 Johannes Reuchlin: From Jewish Subjugation to Liberation,
2218 Dohna Festschrift, Darmstadt, 1993
2219 Te Bolsec Controversy, foreward, 1993
2220 The Trevail of Tolerance, Cambridge, 1994
2221 East of Eden, 1994
2222 Gansfort, Reuchlin and the ‘Obscure Men’, Meuthen Festschrift, 1993
2223 Hidden Treasures: Library Holdings Changing History, Tucson Literary Club, 1994
2224 Rauchlin and the Jews: Obstacles on the Path to Emancipation, 1994
2225 Nederman volume, 1995
2226 Luthur Today, German, 1995
2227 Calvin and Farel, Reformation and Renaissance Review, Paul Ayris, 1996-1999
2228 John Bossy Festschrift, University of York, 1996
2229 The Devil and the Devious Historian, 1997
2230 Rediscovered books, list, 1997
2231 Hus and Luther, George Williams Festschrift, English translation, 1998
2232 Toward Recovery of Historical Calvin, Calvin Congress, Seoul, 1998
2233 Kaspar Elm Festschrift, Franz Felten, 1998-1999
2234 Zur Mühlen Festschrift, 1998-2000
2235 Apocalype, Ben Loeterman, PBS project, 1999
2236 Intro, Reformations of Europe, Routledge, 1999
2237 Froben Augustine Edition, Plowright/Way, 1999-2000
2238 Der Bilderstreit im Zeitalter der Reformation, Bern, incomplete, 2000
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231 The Two Reformations, drafts, 2000
232 The Two Reformations, terms and preface, 2000
233 The Two Reformations, draft chapter 5: The Aggressive Reformation, 2001
234 The Two Reformations, correspondence, HAO and family, colleagues, publisher, 2001-2002
235 The Two Reformations, draft, 2002
236 The Two Reformations, draft-not for publication, 2002
237 The Two Reformations, catalogs, Yale University Press, circa 2002
238 The Two Reformations, review articles, 2002-2005
239 The Two Reformations, German rights, publishers, 2002
2310 The Reformation: From Last Days to the Beginning of the New World, posthumous essays, Weinstein, draft, circa 2002
2311 The Reformation: From Last Days to the Beginning of the New World, German alternate draft, circa 2002
2312 John Calvin and the Reformation of the Refugees, draft, undated
2313 Calvin, Peter Dykema, 2008
Series VI Vatican II Materials, 1958-1979
Materials related to The Second Vatican Council (Vatican II). Predominately typed notes on Dutch Documentation Center (D0-C) letterhead containing Vatican II proceedings and supplementary materials organized by sections numbered 2-209. Also some clippings, news bulletins, publications and Oberman’s Vatican Passport.
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2314 HAO’s Vatican passport, 1962
2315 D0-C, Vatican II, typed notes, No. 2-37, 1962-1965
2316 D0-C, Vatican II, typed notes, No. 40-64, 1962-1965
2317 D0-C, Vatican II, typed notes, No. 65-75, 1962-1965
2318 D0-C, Vatican II, typed notes, No. 76-88, 1962-1965
2319 D0-C, Vatican II, typed notes, No. 91-105, 1962-1965
2320 D0-C, Vatican II, typed notes, No. 106-134, 1962-1965
2321 D0-C, Vatican II, typed notes, No. 135-149, 1962-1965
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241 D0-C, Vatican II, typed notes, No. 150-159, 1962-1965
242 D0-C, Vatican II, typed notes, No. 211-230, 1962-1965
243 D0-C, Vatican II, typed notes, No. 161-197, 1962-1965
244 D0-C, Vatican II, typed notes, No. 201-209, 1962-1965
245 D0-C, Vatican II, typed notes, Supplements, 1962-1965
246 Vatican II, News Bulletin, No. 39-41, 1965
247 The Ecumenist, journal, 1965, 1966, 1979
248 Vatican II, newspaper clippings, 1963
249 Vatican II, photocopies, newspaper clippings, 1963
2410 Publications, 1958-1961
Series VII Personal Files, Family and Colleague Correspondence, 1950-2016
Subseries 1 Journals, personal notes, 1950-1954
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2411 HAO, journals, personal notes, 1950, 1954, undated
2412 HAO, journals, personal notes, 1952, 1954, undated
2413 HAO, journals, personal notes, circa 1950
2414 HAO, journals, personal notes (continued), circa 1950
Subseries 2 Personal Files (home office) and Family Correspondence, 1949-2016
Includes materials found in Oberman’s home office after his death including project files, publicity and clippings and personal effects. Contains obituaries and personal and family correspondence related to Oberman’s illness. Correspondence related to unfinished academic works with editor, publishers and colleagues.
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2415 Driver’s license, Indonesia, 1950
2416 Credos, six principles of teaching philosophy (developed by HAO), undated
2417 Awards/Honors, 1949-2001
2418 Berfungsangelegenheiten [Appeals], move from Harvard to Tubingen, 1965-1967
2419 Notes found in home office postmortem, 1980-2000
2420 Clippings, 1940s-1960s
2421 Clippings, 1961
2422 Clippings, 1982-1983
2423 Clippings, Oberman with his families painting of Luther, Arizona Daily Star, 1984
2424 Clippings, 1984-1996
2425 Clippings, 1980-2000
2426 Clippings, photocopies, 1963-1996
2427 Master Activities List, 1982-2000
2428 Reviews of HAO’s work, 1981-2005
2429 Reviews of HAO’s work (continued), 1981-2005
2430 Reviews of HAO’s work, newspaper, 1991
2430 Reviews of HAO’s work, newspaper, 1991
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251 Reviews of HAO’s work, 1983-1990
252 Review’s, newspaper, 1977-1982
253 Publicity, 1962, 1985-2000
254 Publicity, 1986-1996
255 Directory listings/biographical entries, 1987-2001
256 Photographs, Arizona Daily Star, 2 prints, 1988
257 Family history, 1989-2005
258 Permissions granted by HAO, 1991-2000
259 Invitations, declined, 1991-2001
2510 Heineken Prize, 1996
2511 Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen, 1996
2512 Rechtzaak Tegen Van Keulen, 1994-2000
2513 Holten/Ekeby, legal files, land sale, 1973-1992
2514 Ekeby, Natuurschoon, [Nature Preserve, Netherlands], 1993-2000
2515 Holten, Rabobank materials, 2000
2516 Ombouw, Ekeby, Toetie Oberman/Van Zon B. V., 1998-2001
2517 Personal and family correspondence, 1961-2000
2518 Dear friends letter and list (sharing news of illness), 2001
2519 Responses to news of illness, 2001-2006
2520 Funeral service, 2001
2521 Obituaries/family and personal correspondence, 2001-2002
2522 Obituaries, newspaper, 2001
2523 Susan Karant-Nunn and University of Arizona correspondence, 2000-2016
Subseries 3 Thomas A. Brady, Jr. Correspondence, 1971-2003
Correspondence collected by Thomas A. Brady, Jr., History Professor at Stanford University and family friend. Includes professional correspondence from Oberman as Brady’s editor on behalf of Brill, and personal correspondence with Oberman and with family members after his death. Includes correspondence from Louise Betterton, staff member of the Department of Late Medieval and Reformation Studies at the University of Arizona.
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261 Thomas A. Brady, Jr., correspondence, 1971-1976
262 Thomas A. Brady, Jr., correspondence, 1977-1980
263 Thomas A. Brady, Jr., correspondence, 1981-1985
264 Thomas A. Brady, Jr., correspondence, 1986-1990
265 Thomas A. Brady, Jr., correspondence, 1991-1999
266 Thomas A. Brady, Jr., correspondence, 1998-2003
267 Thomas A. Brady, Jr., correspondence, 2000
Series VIII Publications, 1958-2005
Articles and offprints authored by Oberman, reviews of his work and a small collection of publications and clippings authored by others (some signed with a personal note). Organized chronologically.
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268 Publications, HAO, 1958-1961
269 Publications, HAO (continued), 1958-1961
2610 Publications, HAO, 1962-1965
2611 Publications, HAO (continued), 1962-1965
2612 Publications, HAO, 1966-1968
2613 Publications, HAO (continued), 1966-1968
2614 Publications, HAO (continued), 1966-1968
2615 Publications, HAO, 1969-1973
2616 Publications, HAO (continued), 1969-1973
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271 Publications, HAO, 1974-1976
272 Publications, HAO (continued), 1974-1976
273 Publications, HAO/Evangelische Kommentare, 1975-1978
274 Publications, HAO, 1977-1981
275 Publications, HAO (continued), 1977-1981
276 Publications, HAO, 1982-1985
277 Publications, HAO (continued), 1982-1985
278 Publications, HAO (continued), 1982-1985
279 Publications, HAO, 1986-1989
2710 Publications, HAO, 1990-1995
2711 Publications, HAO (continued), 1990-1995
2712 Publications, HAO (continued), 1990-1995
2713 Publications, HAO, 1996-2003
2714 Publications, HAO (continued), 1996-2003
2715 Publications, HAO, newspaper, 1962-1965
2716 Publications, HAO, newspaper, 1966-1968
2717 Publications, HAO, newspaper, 1974-1976
2718 Publications, HAO, newspaper, 1980
2719 Publications, HAO, newspaper, 1984
2720 Publications, HAO, newspaper, 1986
2721 Publications, HAO, newspaper, 1993
2722 Publications, other authors, Carl Friederich von Baden, copy of 1783 document (possibly outlawing serfdom), undated
2723 Publications, other authors, signed by author with note to HAO, 1988-2001
2724 Publications, other authors, 1981-2001
2725 Publications, other authors, 1986-2005
Series IX Media (floppies, CDs), circa 1980-2000
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28 Media (floppies, CDs), circa 1980-2000
Series X Audio Visual Materials, circa 1960-2000
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29 Audio Visual Materials, circa 1960-2000