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Professor Diarmaid MacCulloch, Kt, FBA, FSA, FRHistS
Professor of the History of the Church; Fellow of St Cross College

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History of the sixteenth-century Reformation, especially in England
Tudor politics and society
General history of Christianity, especially with regard to gender issues
Church architecture, liturgy and music

Media Experience:

Extensive, both broadcast and print. Professor MacCulloch has presented three television series: "Henry VIII's Enforcer: The Rise and Fall of Thomas Cromwell" (BBC2, 2013), "How God Made The English" (BBC2 2012) and "A History of Christianity" (BBC4/BBC2 2009).

Additional Information:

Winner of the Cundhill Prize in History for 'A History of Christianity: The First Three Thousand Years' (2010)
Winner of the Whitbread Biography, Duff Cooper and James Tait Black Prizes for 'Thomas Cranmer: A Life' (1996)
Winner of the British Academy Prize for 'Reformation: Europe's House Divided' (2003)
Winner of the 2005 Non-Fiction Award from the National Book Critics Circle of the USA for 'The Reformation: A History' (US version of' Reformation')

His most recent book is 'Silence: A Christian History' (2013).