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Matthew Lundin, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of History

On Faculty since 2011
630.752.5861
Blanchard 213

matthew.lundin@wheaton.edu

Dr. Matthew Lundin is an Associate Professor of History at Wheaton College. He specializes predominantly in issues of European history including the French Revolution, Nazi Germany, revolutionary Europe, and the origins of contemporary Europe.

Harvard University
Ph.D., 2006

Harvard University
A.M., 2002

Wheaton College
B.A., 1996

  • Early Modern Europe
  • The French Revolution
  • World War I
  • The Holocaust
  • Modern Germany
  • American Historical Association
  • Sixteenth-Century Society
  • The Enlightenment
  • Revolutionary Europe
  • The French & Haitian Revolutions
  • The Great War
  • Nazi Germany
  • The Holocaust
  • Origins of Contemporary Europe
  • Media Revolutions from Gutenberg to Google

Myth and History in Interpreting Protestantism: Recent Historiographical Trends, Protestantism after 500 Years
Matthew Lundin, 2016

Review of Rudolf Dekker, Family, Culture, and Society in the Diary of Constantijn Huygens Jr, Secretary to Stadholder-King William of Orange, Journal of Modern History
Matthew Lundin, 2015

Memory before Modernity: Cultures and Practices in Early Modern Germany, German History
Matthew Lundin, Hans Medick, Mitchell Merback, Judith Pollmann, and Susanne Rau, 2015

Review of Brad Gregory, The Unintended Reformation: How a Religious Revolution Secularized Society, Christian Scholar's Review
Matthew Lundin, 2012

"The Reformation of the Artist." Review of Steven Ozment, The Serpent and the Lamb: Cranach, Luther, and the Making of the Reformation, Books and Culture
Matthew Lundin, 2012

Framing the Secular: A Review Essay, The Cresset
Matthew Lundin, 2012

“The Reformation of the Artist.” Review of Steven Ozment, The Serpent and the Lamb: Cranach, Luther, and the Making of the Reformation, Books and Culture
Matthew Lundin, 2012

Review of Brad Gregory, The Unintended Reformation: How a Religious Revolution Secularized Society, Christian Scholar’s Review
Matthew Lundin, 2012