Director for English Reformation Studies

Dr. Ashley Null

Ashley Null studied Creative Writing at Southern Methodist University (BA) and Protestant theology at Yale Divinity School (MDiv and STM). He pursued his doctoral studies on a Fulbright Scholarship at the University of Cambridge, where he now also holds a Bachelors of Divinity. He is an adjunct professor and research fellow at numerous academic institutions around the world. His research interests are Thomas Cranmer, Reformation history, Anglicanism, and the pastoral care of elite athletes.
Director for German Reformation Studies

Dr. Andreas Stegmann

Andreas Stegmann studied Protestant theology at the universities of Halle-Wittenberg, Marburg, and Tübingen. He continued his doctoral and postdoctoral studies at Humboldt University (Berlin). He is a lecturer for Church History at the Theological Faculty of Humboldt University. His research interests are Reformation history, early modern Lutheranism, Brandenburg church history and the Transformation of Protestantism in the 19th and 20th centuries (CV/Bibliography).
Advisor to the Wittenberg Center

Prof. Dr. Dorothea Wendebourg

Dorothea Wendebourg initiated the “Sister Reformations” research project and is the principal advisor to the Wittenberg Center for Reformation Studies. Since 1983 she has taught church history at several seminaries and universities. She is currently researching and teaching at the Humboldt University in Berlin.
US Retreat Coordinator

John Fonville

Rev. John Fonville is from Charlotte, North Carolina. He graduated from Gardner-Webb University (B.A.) and then earned his Master of Divinity, and later studied at Ligonier Academy (Doctor of Ministry). He is an Ordained Presbyter in the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) and serves as pastor of Paramount Church in Jacksonville, Florida. John and his wife, Kathryn, have six children.