Anglican Studies
This series responds to the growing need for high-quality and innovative research in Anglican Studies made available to the scholarly and ecclesial communities. Anglican Studies as expressed here is an interdisciplinary field, including Anglican history, theology, liturgy, preaching, postcolonial studies, ecclesiology, spirituality, literature, missiology, ethics/moral theology, ministry, pastoral care, ecumenism, and interreligious studies. Studies that engage global Anglicanism, as well as studies related to individual contexts are welcome. The series seeks monographs and edited volumes which explore contemporary issues and forge new directions in interdisciplinary research. Established scholars as well as new authors will be considered. Under-represented authors are also encouraged to submit proposals. Interested authors should contact the series editor, Sheryl A. Kujawa-Holbrook at skujawa-holbrook@cst.edu.


Editor(s): Sheryl Kujawa Holbrook, skujawa-holbrook@cst.edu
Advisory Board: The Rev. Dr. Stephen Burns, University of Divinity, Pilgrim Theological College; The Rev. Canon Dr. Mary Frances Crist, Indigenous Theological Education, the Episcopal Church; The Rev. Dr. Don Compier, Bishop Kemper School of Theology; The Rt Rev. Mark D.W. Edington, Convocation of the Episcopal Church in Europe; Dr. Suzanne Geissler Bowles, William Patterson University; The Rev. Dr. David Neal Greenwood, Christ Church Kincardine O’Neil; Dr. Jerome Grosclaude, Universite Clermont Auvergne; Dr. Benjamin Guyer, University of Tennessee; Dr. Bethany Kilcrease, Aquinas College; Dr. Jason Lantzer, Butler University; The Very Rev. Sylvia Sweeney, Bloy House, the Episcopal Theological School of Los Angeles
Staff editorial contact: Neil Elliott (nelliott@rowman.com)
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