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The Journal of Religious History, Literature and Culture

Language: English

Published twice annually in summer and autumn

Print ISSN: 2057-4517 Online ISSN: 2057-4525

About the Journal

The Journal of Religious History, Literature and Culture has consciously sought to adopt wide parameters for its interests: the history, literature and culture of religion. These parameters are not confined to any one period or to Wales or Christianity and it is hoped that in the coming issues the journal will encompass the breadth of its title. The journal aims to provide coverage of those aspects of religious culture which illuminate and exemplify religious practice and ideas. The journal is issued twice a year, once as a regular form and once as a special themed issue.

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Contributors

ARTICLES

‘The Prayer-Book Roots of Griffith Jones’s Evangelism’ – John Harding

‘John Fransham, the Norwich Polytheist: An English Pagan in the Eighteenth Century’ – Graham John Wheeler

‘Republicans Resurrected: Memories of the English Civil War and Peaceful Transatlantic Resistance in the Beginning of the American Revolution (1762–1765)’ – Tanner Ogle

‘Anglo-Catholicism in West Wales: Lewis Gilbertson, Llangorwen and Elerch’ Mark Chapman

BOOK REVIEWS

Laura Ashe and Ralph Hanna (eds), Medieval and Early Modern Religious Cultures: Essays Honouring Vincent Gillespie on his Sixty-Fifth Birthday by Luke Penkett

Nigel Aston and Benjamin Bankhurst (eds), Negotiating Toleration, Dissent and the Hanoverian Succession, 1714–1760 and Brent S. Sirota and Allan I. Macinnes (eds), The Hanoverian Succession in Great Britain and its Empire, by William Gibson

Michael D. Bailey and Sean L. Field (eds), Late Medieval Heresy: New Perspectives; Studies in Honor of Robert E. Lerner by Nicky Tsougarakis

Keagan Brewer and James H. Kane (trans.), The Conquest of the Holy Land by S˙alāh˙ al-Dīn: A Critical Edition and Translation of the Anonymous Libellus de Expugnatione Terrae Sanctae per Saladinum, by Nicholas Morton

Marcus Bull, Eyewitness and Crusade Narrative: Perception and Narration in Accounts of the Second, Third and Fourth Crusades by Joanna Phillips

Megan Cassidy-Welch, War and Memory at the time of the Fifth Crusade by Nicholas Morton

David Hempton and Hugh McLeod (eds), Secularization and Religious Innovation in the North Atlantic World

by Martin Wellings

Derek Hill, Inquisition in the Fourteenth Century: The Manuals of Bernard Gui and Nicholas Eymerich by Claire Taylor

Serenhedd James, The Cowley Fathers: A History of the English Congregation of the Society of St John the Evangelist by W.M. Jacob

William Chester Jordan, The Apple of his Eye: Converts from Islam in the Reign of Louis IX, Jews, Christians, and Muslims from the Ancient to the Modern World by Nicholas Morton

  1. Densil Morgan, Theologia Cambrensis: Protestant Religion and Theology in Wales, 1. 1588–1760: From Reformation to Revival by David Bebbington

Susan Owens and Nicholas Tromans (eds), Christina Rossetti: Poetry in Art by Fiona Macdonald

David Preest (trans.) and Harriett R. Webster (ed.), The Annals of Dunstable Priory by Nicholas Morton

Ralph Stevens, Protestant Pluralism: The Reception of the Toleration Act, 1689–1720, by Colin Haydon

Reima Välimäki, Heresy in Late Medieval Germany: The Inquisitor Petrus Zwicker and the Waldensians, Heresy and Inquisition in the Middle Ages by Georg Modestin

Katie L. Walter, Middle English Mouths: Late Medieval Medical, Religious and Literary Traditions by Luke Penkett

Notes for contributors

Editor(s)

Professor William Gibson, Oxford Brookes University

Dr John Morgan-Guy, University of Wales Trinity Saint David

Dr Thomas W. Smith, University of Leeds (Assistant Editor)

tsougarn@edgehill.ac.uk

Reviews Editor: Dr Nicky Tsougarakis, Edge Hill University

Professor David Bebbington, Stirling University

Professor Stewart J. Brown, University of Edinburgh

Dr James J. Caudle, Yale University

Dr Robert G. Ingram, Ohio University, USA

Professor Geraint Jenkins, Aberystwyth University

Dr David Ceri Jones, Aberystwyth University

Professor J. Gwynfor Jones, Cardiff University

Dr Paul Kerry, Brigham Young University, USA

Dr Frances Knight, University of Nottingham

Professor Kenneth E. Roxburgh, Samford University, USA

Dr Robert Pope, University of Wales Trinity Saint David

Professor Huw Pryce, Bangor University

Dr Eryn M. White, Aberystwyth University

Rt Revd and Rt Hon. Lord Williams of Oystermouth, Magdalene College, Cambridge

Professor Jonathan Wooding, University of Sydney, Australia

Submissions

Download our Submission Guidelines here.

Reviews

Publishers and book reviewers with enquiries regarding reviews should contact the journal’s reviews editor, Dr Nicky Tsougarakis tsougarn@edgehill.ac.uk.

Publication Ethics

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