Bibliographic update July 2015: Journal Of Religious History

Journal of Religious History

Paul Collins: A Very Contrary Irishman: The Life and Journeys of Jeremiah O'Flynn. Melbourne: Morning Star Publishing, 2014; pp. vi + 211.
Peter Price, vol. 39 (2): 322-323
Tyler Lange: The First French Reformation: Church Reform and the Origins of the Old Regime. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014; pp. xiv + 300. Geoffrey Treasure: The Huguenots. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2013; pp. xiv + 468. David Gar
Glenn A. Moots, vol. 39 (2): 319-322
Mark Edward Ruff: The Wayward Flock: Catholic Youth in Postwar West Germany, 1945–1965. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2005; pp. xvi + 284.
Gregory Munro, vol. 39 (2): 318-319
Joel C. Gregory, ed.: Baptist Preaching: A Global Anthology. Waco, TX: Baylor University Press, 2014; pp. xv + 312.
Ian J. Maddock, vol. 39 (2): 317-318
Jay P. Corrin: Catholic Progressives in England after Vatican II. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2013; pp. x + 523. Francis Rooney: The Global Vatican: An Inside Look at the Catholic Church, World Politics, and the Extraordinary Relation
Dianne Kirby, vol. 39 (2): 314-316
Carol Harrison, Carol Humfress, Caroline Sandwell, and Isabella Clark, eds: Being Christian in Late Antiquity: A Festschrift for Gillian Clark. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014; pp. xii + 302.
Bruce Kaye, vol. 39 (2): 313-314
Katherine Calloway: Natural Theology in the Scientific Revolution. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2014; pp. ix + 205.
Peter N. Jordan, vol. 39 (2): 311-313
Michael Pye, ed.: Listening to Shin Buddhism. Sheffield: Equinox, 2012; pp. xiii + 306.
Paul Hedges, vol. 39 (2): 310-311
Afe Adogame, ed.: The Public Face of African New Religious Movements in Diaspora: Imagining the Religious “Other”. Farnham and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2014; pp. ix + 289.
Carole M. Cusack, vol. 39 (2): 308-310
Geordan Hammond: John Wesley in America: Restoring Primitive Christianity. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014; pp. xvii + 237.
Rhys Bezzant, vol. 39 (2): 307-308
Harmful or Benign? Transnational Medical Networks and the Celibacy of Priests
Timothy Verhoeven, ONLINE EARLY
Transnationalising “Anti-Popery”: Militant Protestant Preachers in the Nineteenth-Century Anglo-World
Donald M. MacRaild, ONLINE EARLY
Timothy Verhoeven, ONLINE EARLY
European Connections, Obstacles, and the Search for a New Concept of Religion: The Freethought Movement as an Example of Transnational Anti-Catholicism in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century
Lisa Dittrich, ONLINE EARLY
A Comparative Historical Categorisation of Anti-Catholicism
A European Culture War in the Twentieth Century? Anti-Catholicism and Anti-Bolshevism between Moscow, Berlin, and the Vatican 1922 to 1933
Incorporating the King's New Subjects: Accommodation and Anti-Catholicism in the British Empire, 1763–1815
Jessica L. Harland-Jacobs, ONLINE EARLY
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