Steve Ozment is McLean Professor of Ancient and Modern History at Harvard University. He has taught Western Civilization at Yale, Harvard, and Stanford. He is the author of ten books. In addition to the titles below, he is the author of THE AGE OF REFORM, 1250–1550, which won the Schaff History Prize and was a finalist for the 1981 National Book Award, MAGDALENA AND BALTHASAR, and THREE BEHAIM BOYS. THE BÜRGERMEISTER'S DAUGHTER: Scandal in a Sixteenth-Century German Town, has been optioned for film adaptation, and has been translated into eight foreign languages.
THE BURGERMEISTER'S DAUGHTER: Scandal in a Sixteenth-Century German Town (St. Martin's, 1996)
FLESH AND SPIRIT: Private Life in Early Modern Germany (Viking, 1999)
A MIGHTY FORTRESS: A New History of the German People (HarperCollins, 2004)
PROTESTANTS: The Birth of a Revolution (Doubleday, 1993)
THE SERPENT AND THE LAMB: Cranach, Luther and the Making of the Reformation (Yale University Press, 2012)