Lee Palmer Wandel
Office: 4105 Mosse Humanities
Mailbox: 4021 Mosse Humanities
Curriculum Vitae: View PDF
Office Hours: Tuesdays 10:00 - 12:00 or by appointment
Education: PhD: University of Michigan;
MA: Brown University; BA: University of California-Santa Cruz
My field of research is early modern Christianity. I study texts, objects, practices, and identities in the early modern world.
My teaching area is early modern Europe, 1492 to 1648, and as it entered a wider world.
- The Reformation: Towards a New History. Cambridge University Press, 2011
- The Eucharist in the Reformation: Incarnation and Liturgy. Cambridge University Press, 2006.
- Voracious Idols and Violent Hands: Iconoclasm in Reformation Zurich, Strasbourg, and Basel. Cambridge University Press, 1994; paperback, 1999.
- Always Among Us: Images of the Poor in Zwingli's Zurich. Cambridge University Press, 1990; Digital paperback, 2001; paperback, 2003.
- With Robin Winks. A History of Civilization, Vol. III: Europe in a Wider World: 1350-1650. Oxford, 2003.
- History Has Many Voices: In Honor of Robert McCune Kingdon. Editor & Introduction. Sixteenth Century Monograph series, 2003.
- Facing Death. Edited Howard Spiro, Mary McCrea Curnen, & Lee Palmer Wandel. Introduction & Preface to Part 2. Yale University Press, 1996; paperback, 1998; netLibrary edition, 2001.
- Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching Award, 2012
- Dorothy and Hsin-Nung Yao Teaching Award, 2011
- Chadbourne Residential College Honored Instructor Award, 2008, 2009, 2011
- Kellett Mid-Career Award, University of Wisconsin, 2007
- Senior Fellowship, Institute for Research in the Humanities, 2004-2009
- John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, 2003
- Fellowship, Institute for Research in the Humanities, Fall 2002
- Vilas Associate, University of Wisconsin, 2000-2002
- Lilly Teaching Fellow, University of Wisconsin, 1999-2000
- Member, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, 1997-98
- Sarai Ribicoff Award for the Encouragement of Teaching at Yale College, 1995
History Courses Taught:
- History 707 - Early Modern European History 1500-1789
- History 814 - Seminar in the History of Europe During the Reformation
- History 891 - Pro-seminar in Modern European History