Authors

Studium has translated original material from a variety of authors who originally published in Latin or German. In many cases, contributors have prepared brief biographies of the most prominent authors in our catalog.

The complete list of original authors is below. Click any author's card to visit a page with biographical details and a list of all works from that author. The icon indicates an available biography.

Jakob Andreae
1528–1590
Johannes Brenz
1499–1570
Martin Chemnitz
1522–1586
Christian Chemnitz
1615–1666
David Chytraeus
1531–1600
Franz Pieper
1852–1931
Salomon Franck
1659–1725
Johann Gerhard
1583–1637
Matthias Hafenreffer
1561–1619
Jacob Heerbrand
1521–1600
Adolf Hoenecke
1835–1908
David Hollaz
1648–1713
Laurentius Laurenti
1660–1722
Martin Luther
1483–1546
Carl Manthey-Zorn
1846–1928
Balthasar Meisner
1587–1626
Balthasar Mentzer
1565–1627
Edward Moldehnke
1836–1904
Joachim Neander
1650–1680
Erdmann Neumeister
1671–1756
Johannes Olearius
1611–1684
August Pieper
1857–1946
Johann Rambach
1693–1735
Benjamin Schmolck
1672–1737
Nikolaus Selnecker
1530–1592
Albert Siegler
c. 1839–??
Christoph Starke
1684–1744
George Stoeckhardt
1842–1913
Sigmund von Birken
1626–1681
Philip von Zesen
1619–1689
C.F.W. Walther
1811–1887
Otto Willkomm
1847–1933