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
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).
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).