American Society of Church History

The American Society of Church History (ASCH) was founded in 1888[1] with the disciplines of Christian denominational and ecclesiastical history as its focus. Today the society's interests include the broad range of the critical scholarly perspectives, as applied to the history of Christianity and its relationship to surrounding cultures in all periods, locations, and contexts. The society was founded by Philip Schaff.

American Society of Church History
AbbreviationASCH
Formation1888; 132 years ago (1888)
FounderPhilip Schaff
Founded atNew York City, New York, US[1]
TypeLearned society
Region
United States
FieldEcclesiastical history
Membership (2020)
1,600[2]
President
Daniel Ramírez
Executive secretary
Caleb Maskell[2][3]
Affiliations
Revenue (2018–19)
$260,753[5]
Expenses (2018–19)$188,354[6]
Endowment (2019)$483,408[7]
Websitechurchhistory.org Edit this at Wikidata

The ASCH records are housed at the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

ASCH publishes the quarterly academic journal Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture, which was established in 1932.[8][9]

PresidentsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c Zikmund, Barbara Brown (1997). "Faith and History: Reflections on the Work of the ASCH". Church History. 66 (2): 287. doi:10.2307/3170659. ISSN 1755-2613. JSTOR 3170659.
  2. ^ a b c d "American Society of Church History". Washington: American Historical Association. 2020. Retrieved July 28, 2020.
  3. ^ a b "ASCH Executive Committee and Council". American Society of Church History. Retrieved July 31, 2020.
  4. ^ "American Society of Church History". New York: American Council of Learned Societies. Retrieved July 31, 2020.
  5. ^ Bademan, Bryan (2020). "Finance Secretary's Report to the Membership". American Society of Church History. p. 3. Retrieved July 28, 2020.
  6. ^ Bademan, Bryan (2020). "Finance Secretary's Report to the Membership". American Society of Church History. p. 4. Retrieved July 28, 2020.
  7. ^ Bademan, Bryan (2020). "Finance Secretary's Report to the Membership". American Society of Church History. pp. 2, 4. Retrieved July 28, 2020.
  8. ^ Hein, David; Shattuck, Gardiner H. (2004). The Episcopalians. Denominations in America. 11. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger Publishing. pp. 333–334. ISBN 978-0-313-22958-9. ISSN 0193-6883.
  9. ^ "Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture". Homepage. American Society of Church History. Archived from the original on February 25, 2015. Retrieved March 10, 2015.
  10. ^ a b Van Engen, John (2008). "Multiple Options: The World of the Fifteenth-Century Church". Church History. 77 (2): 257. doi:10.1017/S0009640708000541. ISSN 1755-2613. JSTOR 20618487.
  11. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 1 (1): 1–2. 1932. JSTOR 3160979.
  12. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 2 (1): 1–2. 1933. JSTOR 3691953.
  13. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 3 (1): 1–2. 1934. JSTOR 3161032.
  14. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 5 (1). 1936. JSTOR 3691982.
  15. ^ "Volume Information". Church History. 6 (1). 1937. JSTOR 3160056.
  16. ^ "Volume Information". Church History. 7 (1). 1938. JSTOR 3160598.
  17. ^ "Volume Information". Church History. 8 (1). 1939. JSTOR 3159861.
  18. ^ "Volume Information". Church History. 9 (1). 1940. JSTOR 3160803.
  19. ^ "Volume Information". Church History. 10 (1). 1941. JSTOR 3160722.
  20. ^ "Volume Information". Church History. 11 (1). 1942. JSTOR 3160415.
  21. ^ "Volume Information". Church History. 12 (1). 1943. JSTOR 3160212.
  22. ^ "Volume Information". Church History. 13 (1). 1944. JSTOR 3160999.
  23. ^ "Volume Information". Church History. 14 (1). 1945. JSTOR 3161017.
  24. ^ Albright, Raymond W. (1947). "Minutes of the Sixty-First Consecutive Meeting of the American Society of Church History: December 30, 1946". Church History. 16 (1): 37. doi:10.1017/S0009640700007125. ISSN 1755-2613. JSTOR 3160112.
  25. ^ "Volume Information". Church History. 16 (1). 1947. JSTOR 3160107.
  26. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 18 (1): 1–2. 1949. JSTOR 3161053.
  27. ^ Nichols, James Hastings (1951). "The Art of Church History". Church History. 20 (1): 3–9. doi:10.2307/3162044. JSTOR 3162044.
  28. ^ Petry, Ray C. (1952). "Social Responsibility and the Late Medieval Mystics". Church History. 21 (1): 3–19. doi:10.2307/3162067. JSTOR 3162067.
  29. ^ Mead, Sidney E. (1954). "Abraham Lincoln's "Last, Best Hope of Earth": The American Dream of Destiny and Democracy". Church History. 23 (1): 3–16. doi:10.2307/3161179. JSTOR 3161179.
  30. ^ Schneider, Carl E. (1955). "Americanization of Karl August Rauschenbusch, 1816-1899". Church History. 24 (1): 3–14. doi:10.2307/3161506. JSTOR 3161506.
  31. ^ Trinterud, L. J. (1956). "The Task of the American Church Historian". Church History. 25 (1): 3–15. doi:10.2307/3161763. JSTOR 3161763.
  32. ^ Breen, Quirinus (1957). "John Calvin and the Rhetorical Tradition". Church History. 26 (1): 3–21. doi:10.2307/3161799. JSTOR 3161799.
  33. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 27 (1): 1–2. 1958. JSTOR 3161329.
  34. ^ Williams, George Huntston (1959). "The Wilderness and Paradise in the History of the Church". Church History. 28 (1): 3–24. doi:10.2307/3161684. JSTOR 3161684.
  35. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 28 (1): 1–2. 1959. JSTOR 3161683.
  36. ^ Handy, Robert T. (1960). "The American Religious Depression, 1925-1935". Church History. 29 (1): 3–16. doi:10.2307/3161613. JSTOR 3161613.
  37. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 29 (1): 1–2. 1960. JSTOR 3161612.
  38. ^ Brauer, Jerald C. (1961). "Images of Religion in America". Church History. 30 (1): 3–18. doi:10.2307/3161261. JSTOR 3161261.
  39. ^ Grimm, Harold J. (1962). "Social Forces in the German Reformation". Church History. 31 (1): 3–13. doi:10.2307/3163356. JSTOR 3163356.
  40. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 31 (1): 1–2. 1962. JSTOR 3163355.
  41. ^ Loetscher, Lefferts A. (1963). "The Problem of Christian Unity in Early Nineteenth-Century America". Church History. 32 (1): 3–16. doi:10.2307/3162537. JSTOR 3162537.
  42. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 32 (1): 1–2. 1963. JSTOR 3162536.
  43. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 33 (1): 1–2. 1964. JSTOR 3163254.
  44. ^ Pelikan, Jaroslav (1966). "An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine". Church History. 35 (1): 3–12. doi:10.2307/3162668. JSTOR 3162668.
  45. ^ Cameron, Richard (1969). "The Attack on the Biblical Work of Lefevre d'Etaples 1514-1521". Church History. 38 (1): 9–24. doi:10.2307/3163646. JSTOR 3163646.
  46. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 38 (1): 1–2. 1969. JSTOR 3163644.
  47. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 39 (1): 1–4. 1970. JSTOR 3163208.
  48. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 40 (1): 1–6. 1971. JSTOR 3163099.
  49. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 41 (1): 1–4. 1972. JSTOR 3164682.
  50. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 42 (1): 1–4. 1973. JSTOR 3165041.
  51. ^ Clebsch, William A. (1974). "Toward a History of Christianity". Church History. 43 (1): 5–16. doi:10.2307/3164076. JSTOR 3164076.
  52. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 43 (1): 1–4. 1974. JSTOR 3164075.
  53. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 44 (1): 1–4. 1975. JSTOR 3165094.
  54. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 45 (1): 1–4. 1976. JSTOR 3164560.
  55. ^ Wilson, John F. (1977). "Jonathan Edwards as Historian". Church History. 46 (1): 5–18. doi:10.2307/3165155. JSTOR 3165155.
  56. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 46 (1): 1–4. 1977. JSTOR 3165154.
  57. ^ Spitz, Lewis W. (1978). "History: Sacred and Secular". Church History. 47 (1): 5–22. doi:10.2307/3164611. JSTOR 3164611.
  58. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 47 (1): 1–4. 1978. JSTOR 3164610.
  59. ^ Gaustad, Edwin S. (1979). "George Berkeley and New World Community". Church History. 48 (1): 5–17. doi:10.2307/3163920. JSTOR 3163920.
  60. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 48 (1): 1–4. 1979. JSTOR 3163919.
  61. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 49 (1): 1–4. 1980. JSTOR 3164635.
  62. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 50 (1): 1–4. 1981. JSTOR 3166475.
  63. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 51 (1): 1–5. 1982. JSTOR 3165249.
  64. ^ Goen, C. C. (1983). "Broken Churches, Broken Nation: Regional Religion and North-South Alienation in Antebellum America". Church History. 52 (1): 21–35. doi:10.2307/3167066. JSTOR 3167066.
  65. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Lim, Paul C. H. (2019). "2019 ASCH President's Report". American Society of Church History. Retrieved July 29, 2020.
  66. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 52 (1): 1–5. 1983. JSTOR 3167064.
  67. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 53 (1): 1–6. 1984. JSTOR 3165951.
  68. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 54 (1): 1–6. 1985. JSTOR 3165745.
  69. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 55 (1): 1–6. 1986. JSTOR 3165418.
  70. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 56 (1): 1–5. 1987. JSTOR 3165300.
  71. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 57 (1): 1–4. 1988. JSTOR 3165898.
  72. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 58 (1): 1–5. 1989. JSTOR 3167674.
  73. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 59 (1): 1–5. 1990. JSTOR 3169081.
  74. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 60 (1): 1–5. 1991. JSTOR 3168518.
  75. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 61 (1): 1–5. 1992. JSTOR 3167998.
  76. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 62 (1): 1–4. 1993. JSTOR 3168412.
  77. ^ Hatch, Nathan O. (1994). "The Puzzle of American Methodism". Church History. 63 (2): 175–189. doi:10.2307/3168586. JSTOR 3168586.
  78. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 63 (1). 1994. JSTOR 3167828.
  79. ^ Stein, Stephen J. (1995). "America's Bibles: Canon, Commentary, and Community". Church History. 64 (2): 169–184. doi:10.2307/3167903. JSTOR 3167903.
  80. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 64 (1). 1995. JSTOR 3168652.
  81. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 65 (1). 1996. JSTOR 3170492.
  82. ^ McGinn, Bernard (1996). "The Changing Shape of Late Medieval Mysticism". Church History. 65 (2): 197–219. doi:10.2307/3170288. JSTOR 3170288.
  83. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 65 (2). 1996. JSTOR 3170285.
  84. ^ Zikmund, Barbara Brown (1997). "Faith and History: Reflections on the Work of the ASCH". Church History. 66 (2): 284–302. doi:10.2307/3170659. ISSN 1755-2613. JSTOR 3170659.
  85. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 66 (1). 1997. JSTOR 3169628.
  86. ^ Kieckhefer, Richard (1998). "Convention and Conversion: Patterns in Late Medieval Piety". Church History. 67 (1): 32–51. doi:10.2307/3170770. JSTOR 3170770..
  87. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 67 (1). 1998. JSTOR 3170768.
  88. ^ Williams, Peter W. (1999). "The Iconography of the American City: Or, a Gothic Tale of Modern Times". Church History. 68 (2): 373–397. doi:10.2307/3170862. JSTOR 3170862.
  89. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 68 (1). 1999. JSTOR 3170106.
  90. ^ Numbers, Ronald L. (2000). ""The Most Important Biblical Discovery of Our Time": William Henry Green and the Demise of Ussher's Chronology". Church History. 69 (2): 257–276. doi:10.2307/3169579. JSTOR 3169579.
  91. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 69 (1). 2000. JSTOR 3170576.
  92. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 70 (1). 2001. JSTOR 3654407.
  93. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 70 (2). 2001. JSTOR 3654449.
  94. ^ Porterfield, Amanda (2002). "Healing in the History of Christianity Presidential Address, January 2002 American Society of Church History". Church History. 71 (2): 227–242. doi:10.1017/S0009640700095676. JSTOR 4146466.
  95. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 71 (1). 2002. JSTOR 4146688.
  96. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 72 (1). 2003. JSTOR 4146801.
  97. ^ Holifield, E. Brooks (2003). "On Teaching the History of Christianity: Traditions and Presuppositions". Church History. 72 (2): 237–250. doi:10.1017/S0009640700099832. JSTOR 4146641.
  98. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 72 (2). 2003. JSTOR 4146640.
  99. ^ Johnson, Dale A. (2004). "Gender and the Construction of Models of Christian Activity: A Case Study". Church History. 73 (2): 247–271. doi:10.1017/S0009640700109278. JSTOR 4146525.
  100. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 73 (1). 2004. JSTOR 4146596.
  101. ^ Dickerson, Dennis C. (2005). "African American Religious Intellectuals and the Theological Foundations of the Civil Rights Movement, 1930-55". Church History. 74 (2): 217–235. doi:10.1017/S0009640700110212. JSTOR 27644548.
  102. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 74 (1). 2005. JSTOR 4146310.
  103. ^ Noll, Mark A. (2006). "What Happened to Christian Canada?". Church History. 75 (2): 245–273. doi:10.1017/S000964070011131X. JSTOR 27644765.
  104. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 75 (1). 2006. JSTOR 27644709.
  105. ^ Shipps, Jan (2007). "From Peoplehood to Church Membership: Mormonism's Trajectory since World War II". Church History. 76 (2): 241–261. doi:10.1017/S000964070010191X. JSTOR 27644975.
  106. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 76 (1). 2007. JSTOR 27644921.
  107. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 77 (1). 2008. JSTOR 20618430.
  108. ^ Wacker, Grant (2009). "Billy Graham's America". Church History. 78 (3): 489–511. doi:10.1017/S0009640709990400. JSTOR 20618750.
  109. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 78 (1). 2009. JSTOR 20618645.
  110. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 79 (1). 2010. JSTOR 27806352.
  111. ^ Lippy, Charles H. (2010). "Chastized by Scorpions: Christianity and Culture in Colonial South Carolina, 1669–1740". Church History. 79 (2): 253–270. doi:10.1017/S000964071000003X. JSTOR 27806394.
  112. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 79 (2). 2010. JSTOR 27806393.
  113. ^ Heitzenrater, Richard P. (2011). "Inventing Church History". Church History. 80 (4): 737–748. doi:10.1017/S0009640711001193. JSTOR 41410750.
  114. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 80 (1). 2011. JSTOR 41240521.
  115. ^ Newman, Barbara (2012). ""The Passion of the Jews of Prague": The Pogrom of 1389 and the Lessons of a Medieval Parody". Church History. 81 (1): 1–26. doi:10.1017/S0009640711001752. JSTOR 41410804.
  116. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 81 (1). 2012. JSTOR 41410803.
  117. ^ Maffly-Kipp, Laurie F. (2013). "The Burdens of Church History". Church History. 82 (2): 353–367. doi:10.1017/S0009640713000115. JSTOR 24532955.
  118. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 82 (1). 2013. JSTOR 23358903.
  119. ^ Hindmarsh, Bruce (2014). "The Inner Life of Doctrine: An Interdisciplinary Perspective on the Calvinist-Arminian Debate Among Methodists". Church History. 83 (2): 367–397. doi:10.1017/S0009640714000067. JSTOR 24534325.
  120. ^ "Front Matter". Church History. 83 (1). 2014. JSTOR 24533137.
  121. ^ Noble, Thomas F. X. (2015). "Carolingian Religion". Church History. 84 (2): 287–307. doi:10.1017/S0009640715000104.
  122. ^ "CHH volume 84 issue 1 Cover and Front matter". Church History. 84: f1–f7. 2015. doi:10.1017/S0009640715000013.
  123. ^ Bendroth, Margaret (2016). "Time, History, and Tradition in the Fundamentalist Imagination". Church History. 85 (2): 328–342. doi:10.1017/S0009640716000020.
  124. ^ "CHH volume 85 issue 1 Cover and Front matter". Church History. 85: f1–f7. 2016. doi:10.1017/S0009640715001729.
  125. ^ Rittgers, Ronald K. (2017). "The Age of Reform as an Age of Consolation". Church History. 86 (3): 607–642. doi:10.1017/S0009640717001251.
  126. ^ "CHH volume 86 issue 1 Cover and Front matter". Church History. 86: f1–f7. 2017. doi:10.1017/S0009640717000518.
  127. ^ Brown, Candy Gunther (2018). "Christian Yoga: Something New Under the Sun/Son?". Church History. 87 (3): 659–683. doi:10.1017/S0009640718001555.
  128. ^ "CHH volume 87 issue 1 Cover and Front matter". Church History. 87: f1–f8. 2018. doi:10.1017/S0009640718000914.
  129. ^ Keen, Ralph (2019). "Intra-Confessional Polemics in the Reformation". Church History. 88 (3): 629–644. doi:10.1017/S0009640719001926.
  130. ^ "CHH volume 88 issue 1 Cover and Front matter". Church History. 88: f1–f7. 2019. doi:10.1017/S0009640719001100.
  131. ^ "CHH volume 89 issue 1 Cover and Front matter". Church History. 89: f1–f8. 2020. doi:10.1017/S0009640720000633.

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