Lu Ann Homza

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Lu Ann Homza
Academic background
Alma mater Scripps College,
University of Chicago
Academic work
Discipline History
Sub-discipline early modern Europe
Institutions College of William and Mary

Lu Ann Homza is an American historian and scholar of the intellectual history of medieval and early modern Europe. She is a professor at the College of William and Mary and the school's Dean for Educational Policy.[1]


She graduated with a B.A. from Scripps College in 1980 and received an M.A. in 1981 and Ph.D. in 1992 from the University of Chicago. Her main interest is the intellectual history of Spain and Italy from 1400 until 1600 and her main focus of research since 1998 has been the Spanish Inquisition.[2]


  • Religious Authority in the Spanish Renaissance (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000)[3]
  • The Spanish Inquisition, 1478–1614: An Anthology of Sources (edited and translated by Homza; Hackett Press, 2006)[4]


  1. ^ "The Next Chapter: Alumni Stay Connected From Coast to Coast". W&M. College of William and Mary. 2017. Retrieved 2018-04-22.
  2. ^ "Lu Ann Homza". Faculty. College of William and Mary. Retrieved 2018-04-22.
  3. ^ Reviews of Religious Authority in the Spanish Renaissance:
    • House, Seymour Baker (Summer 2000), Renaissance and Reformation, 24 (3): 69–71, JSTOR 43434439
    • Ehlers, Benjamin (Winter 2001), The Sixteenth Century Journal, 32 (4): 1178–1179, doi:10.2307/3649036
    • Mullett, Michael (April 2002), History, 87 (286): 285, JSTOR 24425659
    • Poska, Allyson M. (June 2002), The Journal of Modern History, 74 (2): 428–430, doi:10.1086/343432
    • van Liere, Katherine Elliot (February 2003), History of Religions, 42 (3): 269–270, doi:10.1086/375105
    • Lehfeldt, Elizabeth A. (April 2003), The Catholic Historical Review, 89 (2): 299–300, JSTOR 25026382
    • Monter, William (February 2004), The American Historical Review, 109 (1): 259–260, doi:10.1086/530288
  4. ^ Reviews of The Spanish Inquisition, 1478–1614:
    • Domínguez, Frank A. (Fall 2007), The Sixteenth Century Journal, 38 (3): 841–842, doi:10.2307/20478547
    • Bilinkoff, Jodi (October 2007), The Catholic Historical Review, 93 (4): 949–950, JSTOR 25027220
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