David M. Luebke is a professor of history at the University of Oregon whose work focuses on the religions and political cultures of ordinary people in early modern Europe, especially the German-speaking lands. He is author of many articles, including “’Naïve Monarchism’ and Marian Veneration in Early Modern Germany” (1997) and “Confessions of the Dead: Interpreting Burial Practice in the Late Reformation,” Archive for Reformation History101 (2010), 55-79. His co-edited volumes include Mixed Matches: Transgressive Unions in Germany from the Reformation to the Enlightenment (2014) and Archeologies of Confession: Writing the German Reformation, 1517-2017 (2017). His latest monograph—Hometown Religion: Regimes of Coexistence in Early Modern Westphalia, 1535-1650—appeared in 2016 with the University of Virginia Press. Currently he is working on a history of shared churches in central Europe, from the sixteenth century to the present.