The Oxford Movement and its Leaders, Supplement: A Bibliography of Secondary and Lesser Primary…

by Lawrence N. Crumb

Scarecrow Press | June 1, 1993 | Hardcover

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Centered at Oxford, the Oxford Movement (1833-1850) aimed at restoring the High Church ideals of the 17th century and the Catholic heritage of the patristic and medieval periods. Its multi-faceted nature and wide later influence has kept it a subject of perennial interest to students of theology, history, political science, literature, and the arts. This is a comprehensive list of 1,863 citations to books, pamphlets, chapters, articles, theses, manuscripts, microfilms, and tape recordings related to the Oxford Movement. Since it is primarily a bibliography of secondary sources, the works of Keble, Newman, and Pusey are excluded (except for translations and posthumous reprints), but many lesser authors associated with the Movement are included. Arrangement is chronological, with detailed author, periodical, and subject indexes. An appendix of 83 items lists editions, translations, and commentaries on Newman''s Apologia pro Vita Sua. Together with the original volume, this new volume gives comprehensive coverage through 1990.

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 320 pages, 8.7 × 5.78 × 0.91 in

Published: June 1, 1993

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 081082700X

ISBN - 13: 9780810827004

Found in: Anglicanism, Other Practices, Social and Cultural Studies

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The Oxford Movement and its Leaders, Supplement: A Bibliography of Secondary and Lesser Primary…

by Lawrence N. Crumb

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 320 pages, 8.7 × 5.78 × 0.91 in

Published: June 1, 1993

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 081082700X

ISBN - 13: 9780810827004

About the Book

A comprehensive list of 1,863 citations to books, pamphlets, chapters, articles, theses, manuscripts, microfilms, and tape recordings related to the Oxford Movement. Arrangement is chronological, with detailed author, periodical, and subject indexes.

From the Publisher

Centered at Oxford, the Oxford Movement (1833-1850) aimed at restoring the High Church ideals of the 17th century and the Catholic heritage of the patristic and medieval periods. Its multi-faceted nature and wide later influence has kept it a subject of perennial interest to students of theology, history, political science, literature, and the arts. This is a comprehensive list of 1,863 citations to books, pamphlets, chapters, articles, theses, manuscripts, microfilms, and tape recordings related to the Oxford Movement. Since it is primarily a bibliography of secondary sources, the works of Keble, Newman, and Pusey are excluded (except for translations and posthumous reprints), but many lesser authors associated with the Movement are included. Arrangement is chronological, with detailed author, periodical, and subject indexes. An appendix of 83 items lists editions, translations, and commentaries on Newman''s Apologia pro Vita Sua. Together with the original volume, this new volume gives comprehensive coverage through 1990.

About the Author

B>Lawrence N. Crumb (BA, English, Pomona College; MLS, University of Wisconsin, Madison, M.Div., STM, Nashotah House, WI), a reference librarian at the University of Oregon, has published Historic Preservation in the Pacific Northwest: A Bibliography of Sources, 1947-1978; a chapter on church history in Racine: Growth and Change in a Wisconsin County; and many articles and reviews.

Editorial Reviews

...will be useful to theological libraries, particularly Anglican (Episcopal) seminaries.