Susan Karant-Nunn: On Ghosts, Witches and Martin Luther’s Body

September 09, 2011

Think medieval history is dull? What about religious fervor… thousands fleeing wars…the rejection of ghosts…the European “witch craze?” UA Regents Professor Susan Karant-Nunn knows why these things matter today. She’s a go-to scholar on the Reformation and Late Medieval era (1400-1800). Now she’s writing about Martin Luther’s body of works and his forthright “corporeal metaphors.”