Anglican & Episcopal History
|Anglican & Episcopal History|
|Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church|
|Discipline||Episcopal Church history, Anglican history|
Historical Society of the Episcopal Church (United States)
Anglican & Episcopal History is published quarterly (March, June, September, and December) by the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church, based in Austin, Texas.
Established in 1932 as the Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church and published by the Church Historical Society, the predecessor organization of the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church which also gave rise to the National Episcopal Historians and Archivists (NEHA) , it retained its original name until the current title was adopted with the issue of March 1987 (vol. LVI, no. 1).
In 2007, Anglican & Episcopal History had a circulation of about 750 copies.
The Journal of the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church is a Member of the Conference of Historical Journals.
Lists of Editors
Editors in Chief
- E. Clowes Chorley, 1932-1949
- Walter Herbert Stowe, 1950-1961
- Lawrence L. Brown, 1962-1977
- John F. Woolverton, 1978-2007
- Edward L. Bond, 2007 to present
Book Review Editors
- William A. Clebsch, 1961-1966
- Frank E. Sugeno, 1967-1976
- J. Carleton Hayden, 1976-1984
- J. Barrett Miller, 1984- ?
- James E. Bradley, ?
- Sheryl Kujawa-Holbrook present
Church Review Editor
- Grant LeMarquand present
- Anglican & Episcopal History, (December 2007), vol. 76, no. 4.
- Website of Anglican & Episcopal History
- Back issues available on JSTOR, free to read with registration. Volumes 56 (1987)- Volume 81 (2012).
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