Andrew Chibi is Director of the Distance Learning Association as well as an experienced professional and academic historian. His work has appeared in Historical Research, Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte and The Sixteenth Century Journal, and he has written for Oxford’s New DNB and Sheffield’s British Academy John Foxe Project. He is the author of The Wheat and the Tares (2015) and Love God, Honor the King (2020) among others, and lives in Sheffield with his wife and an overly critical parrot named Jake.

Other Works

  • The Wheat and the Tares

  • Religions: An Introduction to the Major World Faiths

  • The English Reformation: The effect on a nation

  • Henry VIII’s Bishops: Administrators, Scholars and Shepherds

  • The European Reformation (A student’s guide to the key ideas and the events they shaped)

  • Henry VIII’s Conservative Scholar: Bishop John Stokesley and the Divorce, Royal Supremacy and Doctrinal Reform


Awards and Recognition

  • 1991 - Crewe Exhibition endowment for history at the University of Sheffield.