The following journals are but a few of the recognized authoritative journals in the field of Reformation studies and may prove to helpful sources of serial literature.
The ATLA Religion Database. [Proprietary]
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Some of these journals are available online through the library's E-Journals A-Z List.
Archiv fur Reformationsgeschichte. SBTS General Collections Periodicals - Main Floor : SERIALS .Ar25furb
Contains a years volume of abstracts of Reformation studies. 1903 -- An international journal which publishes articles relating to aspects of early modern European religious life and thought that touch on the Reformation and Catholic/Counter Reformation movements and is published under the auspices of the Verein für Reformationsgeschichte and the Society for Reformation Research.
Catholic Historical Review. 1915 to date. Available also on microfilm. SBTS General Collections Periodicals - Main Floor : SERIALS .C286h
Church History. 1889 to date. SBTS General Collections Periodicals - Main Floor : SERIALS .C475hh
Journal of Ecclesiastical History. 1950 to date.
Journal of Religious History. Sydney, 1960 to date. Semiannual. SBTS General Collections Periodicals - Main Floor : SERIALS .J826ec
Sixteenth Century Journal. 1972 to date. Available also on microfilm. SBTS General Collections Periodicals - Main Floor : SERIALS .Si97tec
Each issue includes the "Bibliography of American Periodical Literature."