Bibliographic update October 2017: All

Journal of Religious History

Samuel Moyn: Christian Human Rights. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015; pp. 264.
Emma Sarian, vol. 41 (3): 417-419
Avril Alba: The Holocaust Memorial Museum: Sacred Secular Space. Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015; pp. xi + 252.
Jordana Silverstein, vol. 41 (3): 419-421
Thomas A. Fudge: The Memory and Motivation of Jan Hus, Medieval Priest and Martyr. Turnhout: Brepols, 2013; pp. xiii + 291.
Daniel Trocmé-Latter, vol. 41 (3): 421-423
Julian Droogan: Religion, Material Culture and Archaeology. London: Bloomsbury, 2013; pp. xi + 196.
Garry Trompf, vol. 41 (3): 423-424
Joseph F. Byrnes: Priests of the French Revolution: Saints and Renegades in a New Political Era. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2014; pp. xxvi + 314.
Timothy Verhoeven, vol. 41 (3): 424-426
Silvia Mostaccio: Early Modern Jesuits Between Obedience and Conscience During the Generalate of Claudio Acquaviva (1581–1615). Farnham and Burlington, VA: Ashgate, 2014; pp. xvii + 200.
Mark A. Waddell, vol. 41 (3): 426-427
“Soldiers of Christ” from the Byzantine Perspective: Monks, Emperors, and Conflict in the Early Byzantine Empire
Walter Roberts, ONLINE EARLY
Anchoring Pontifical Authority: A Reconsideration of the Papal Employment of the Title Pontifex Maximus
Roald Dijkstra, Dorine Van Espelo, ONLINE EARLY
The Latest Instalment in the Whig Interpretation of Australian Education History: Catherine Byrne's JORH Article “Free, Compulsory and (not) Secular”
David Hastie, ONLINE EARLY
Duelling Ecclesiologies: 1640s Religious Independency in Katherine Chidley's Separatism vs. Thomas Edwards's Presbyterianism
Peter Elliott, ONLINE EARLY
Divine Healing in Australian Protestantism, 1870–1940
Damon S. Adams, ONLINE EARLY
Philip IV of Spain and the Portuguese Inquisition (1621–1641)
The Necessity of Atheism: Making Sense of Secularisation
Callum G. Brown, ONLINE EARLY
Introduction: New Perspectives on Secularisation in Britain (and Beyond)
William Gibson, ONLINE EARLY
Believing in Secularisation — Stories of Decline, Potential, and Resurgence
“If It Teaches, It Teaches Imperceptibly:” Recasting the Secularity of the Victorian Public Sphere
Stefan Fisher-Høyrem, ONLINE EARLY
Towards the Post-Secular City? London since the 1960s
Jesus and Augustine: The God of Terror and the Origins of European Doubt
Dominic Erdozain, ONLINE EARLY

Journal of the History of Collections

Books Received
The Material Cultures of Enlightenment Arts and Sciences
Syndicate content