List of Contributors
1: Rowan Strong: Introduction
2: John Wolffe: British and European Anglicanism
3: Stewart J Brown: Anglicanism in the British Empire, 1829-1910
4: Carol Engelhardt Herringer: Anglicanism beyond the British Empire, 1829-1910
5: Rowan Strong: Anglicanism and the State in the Nineteenth Century
6: Brian Stanley: Anglican Missionary Societies and Agencies in the Nineteenth Century
7: Robert M. Andrews: High Church Anglicanism in the Nineteenth Century
8: Andrew Atherstone: Anglican Evangelicalism
9: James Pereiro: The Oxford Movement and Anglo-Catholicism
10: Mark D. Chapman: Liberal Anglicanism in the Nineteenth Century
11: Peter W. Williams: Anglicanism in North America and the Caribbean in the Nineteenth Century
12: Emma Wild-Wood: Anglicanism in Sub-Saharan Africa c
13: Duane Alexander Miller: Anglican Mission in the Middle East up to 1910
14: Robert Eric Frykenberg: Episcopal Establishment in India to 1914
15: Philip L. Wickeri: Anglicanism in China and East Asia, 1819-1912
16: Hilary M. Carey: Anglicanism in Australia c
17: Allan K. Davidson: Anglicanism in New Zealand and the South Pacific
18: David Rock: Anglicanism in Latin America, 1810-1918
19: Jeremy Dibble: Music and Anglicanism in the Nineteenth Century: A Via Media
20: Ayla Lepine: Anglican Art and Architecture, c
21: Diarmid A. Finnegan: Anglicans, Science, and the Bible in the Nineteenth Century
22: Susan Mumm: The Feminization of Nineteenth-Century Anglicanism
23: Jane Garnett: Anglican Economic and Social Engagement
Rowan Strong is Professor of Church History in the Theology
department of Murdoch University, Australia. He has degrees from
New Zealand in history and theology from universities in New
Zealand and Australia, and received his PhD in Ecclesiastical
History from the University of Edinburgh. His previous publications
include Alexander Penrose Forbes:The First Tractarian Bishop
(Oxford, 1995), Episcopalianism in Nineteenth-Century Scotland:
Responses to a Modernizing Society (Oxford, 2002).
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