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Journal of the
Lutheran
Historical
Conference
2011


Mark Granquist, editor

Journal of the Lutheran Historical Conference is a new publication of the Lutheran Historical Conference, beginning with the 2011 edition.

The Lutheran Historical Conference (LHC) has been in existence since 1962, with the purpose of encouraging and supporting the writing of the history of Lutherans in North America, and the collection and dissemination of its archival documents. To these ends, the LHC has met biennially since the 1960s, and continues to do so. Since 1966, the LHC has printed biennial volumes entitled Essays and Reports, recording the presentations and proceedings of its conferences. To date, 22 volumes of this publication have appeared from 1966 to 2006, and are a valuable record of Lutheran history in North America. The LHC has found, however, that this format is now too limiting and too infrequent, so it has decided to produce a new journal, the Journal of the Lutheran Historical Conference, which will appear annually. The Journal of the Lutheran Historical Conference will include articles derived from papers given at its biennial meetings, but will also seek to expand offerings in these area, including an annual bibliography.

Contents of the 2011 edition include:
From Piety to Policy: The Danish Lutheran Mission School for Indians in Oaks, Oklahoma, by Maria Erling
Arthur Simon: From Manhattan’s Lower East Side to Bread for the World, by Kathryn M. Galchutt
Trexler’s Travels: Samuel Geiss Trexler and the Emergence of International Lutheranism, by Michael G. L. Church
Lutherans, Watergate, and Morality: Engaging the Political Realm, by David E. Settje
Laughing with the Lenape: Swedes and Native Americans in Colonial Delaware, by Kim-Eric Williams
Images of the Inupiaq: The Photography and Mission Work of Helen C. Frost, by Julieanna Frost
Revolutionary Accompaniment: Lutherans and Nicaragua, 1979-1990, by Richard M. Chapman
Sister Margaret Fry at Willow Run, by Marilyn H. Stauffer
An Early American Orientalist Lutheran Perspective of Islam: Lewis Eichelberger and his Sources, by David D. Grafton
Answering the Call: The Pioneer Church Engages the World, by Kathy Graumann
Fellow Workers: Lutheran’s Service to Refugees as Public Engagement, by L. DeAne Lagerquist
Equality Denied: Lutheran Responses to the Equal Rights Amendment, by Elisabeth A. Unruh
Hannah and Marie Larsen at the Schreuder Mission in Zululand, by Rachel Vagts
2009 Index of Writings in the Field of American Lutheranism as Published in the November 2010 LHC Newsletter
2010 Index of Writings in the Field of American Lutheranism as Published in the November 2011 LHC Newsletter

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ISBN: 2330-4146
288 Pages
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Binding: Perfect bound
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