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The Oxford History of Anglicanism, Volume IV
Global Western Anglicanism, c. 1910-present
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Revd Dr Bruce Kaye AM, Charles Sturt University, New South Wales, Theology a monumental project [...] This is an excellent volume, and if the others in the series are as good then Rowan Strong and his colleagues will have provided us with an absolutely invaluable resource.
Daniel Inman, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church Oxford University Press and the editors are to be warmly congratulated for a resource long overdue to historians and which will no doubt be the authoritative source for exploring the 'question' of Anglicanism for decades to come. It may also provide for Anglicans worldwide that spur to 'patient listening and looking', commended as characteristically Anglican by Geoffrey Rowell, which the Communion requires if it is to endure and flourish.
Daniel Joslyn-Siemiatkoski, Anglican and Episcopal History This series represents the most comprehensive study of Anglicanism to date. This series will take its place as a vital resource for scholarship and will serve as a milestone in the development of Anglican studies ... it is an extraordinary resource. It synthesizes a wide range of scholarship on Anglicanism. It ought to be the first point of reference for research on any aspect of Anglican history ... This is a collection that belongs in every library dedicated to the
study of history and religion.
Paul Richardson It is a strong team and the contributors handle their themes well but special mention must be made of Mark Chapman, Paul Avis and Matthew Grimley... Space has forced me to concentrate on a few chapters but every contributor has something of importance to say
Peter Webster, Reading Religion [T]his volume is a valuable first synthetic account of Anglicanism in the West in a crucial period.
Catherine Bateson, Irish Studies Review Brundage's ambitious focus of two hundred years of complex and nuanced history across two, and at times multiple, transnational arenas, does much to bring renewed analysis to the account of the Irish America diaspora and Irish nationalist progress within it. Yet the work's sheer range of focus also lays the foundation for further study on Irish nationalism's complex history in both America and beyond over the course of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
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Dr Jeremy Morris is Master of Trinity Hall. He was Dean of Trinity Hall from 2001 to 2010, and then of King's College, Cambridge from 2010 to 2014. His academic interests include modern European church history, Anglican theology and ecclesiology (especially High Anglicanism), the ecumenical movement, and arguments about religion and secularization. His publications include F. D. Maurice and the Crisis of Christian Authority (OUP, 2005) and The High Church Revival in the Church of England (Brill, 2016).
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