Journal

Studies in Church History

Selected proceedings of the Summer and Winter conferences each year are published in the prestigious series Studies in Church History.

These volumes endeavour to explore a theme (chosen by the president for the year), providing a snapshot of current scholarship on a particular aspect of church history. Each volume comprises around thirty essays, ranging widely throughout Christian history.

Published in 2019

Studies in Church History Volume 55, Churches and Education, appeared in June 2019. The volume was edited by Morwenna Ludlow, Charlotte Methuen and Andrew Spicer. Tim Grass serves as Assistant Editor. You can download a list of contents below.

Members should receive an order form for this volume in the regular mailing. Please note that this is the subscription volume for 2018-19: if your subscription began between July 2018 and June 2019, you should receive this volume already and there is no need to order it.

Cambridge University Press

Beginning with volume 52, Studies in Church History has been published by Cambridge University Press. Full details are available on the Studies in Church History web pages.

If you are already a subscribing member, you will continue to receive your annual volume in the usual way, and the membership fee remains unchanged. In addition, subscribing membership will give you online access to all previous volumes in the main series, which have been digitized, via the Studies in Church History website at https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/studies-in-church-history/all-issues.

If you are not yet a subscribing member, the digitized volumes make a subscribing membership all the more attractive. To upgrade your membership, please contact the Treasurer, Simon Jennings, at admin@thejennings.org.uk.

Contributors will now find our Notes for Contributors, as well as the Cover Sheet and Peer Review Form, at http://journals.cambridge.org/stch/ifc

Ordering Studies in Church History

Studies of Church History is now available online via Cambridge University Press: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/studies-in-church-history

Old volumes are also available to member at a reduced price via the order form which is sent in the regular members’ mailing.