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Journal of the
Lutheran
Historical
Conference
2012


Mark Granquist, editor

Journal of the Lutheran Historical Conference is a publication of the Lutheran Historical Conference. This is the second annual journal.

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 decided to produce a journal, the Journal of the Lutheran Historical Conference, which will appear annually.

The Journal of the Lutheran Historical Conference includes articles derived from papers given at its biennial meetings, but also seeks to expand offerings in these area, including an annual bibliography.

Contents of the 2012 edition include:
“A Big Sister Helping Out a Little Sister: The St. Louis Years of Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary, 1870-1878” by Joel Loren Pless
“Minnesota’s Norwegian-American Lutheran and the Question of Anti-Evolution Legislation” by Kurt W. Peterson
“Lutherans and Learning: The Interconnection of Religion and Education for Nineteenth-Century North Carolina Lutherans” by Laura K. Baines-Walsh
“The Land of Tomorrow: Lars W. Boe’s Vision for Lutherans in the U.S.A.” by L. DeAne Lagerquist
“Freire Meets Luther: Pedagogies of Reflection and Action in a Global Education Setting” by Richard M. Chapman
“A Twin Cities Avant-garde: The Moral Problem of War and Lutheran Students, 1966” by Trond Nerland
“Richard W. Solberg: Historian, Lutheran Educator, and Historian of Lutheran Education” by Richard O. Johnson
“Learning the American Way: Four German Brothers Become Iowa Synod Pastors” by Mary Jane Haemig
“Augustana’s Eastern Division: Upsala College” by Kim-Eric Williams
“The Education of Hidden Women: Dr. Anna S. Kugler and the Zenana Missions” by Julieanna Frost
“Education on the Frontier: The First One Hundred and One Years of Lutheran Higher Education in Texas” by Russell Vardell
“Julius Daniel Dreher (1846-1937): Roanoke College’s Cosmopolitan Champion of Benevolence” by Robert Benne
“The Social Gospel Is No Gospel: The Critique of Theodore Graebner” by Jerrald K. Pfabe
“Sharing Faith-Filled Memory: Linking Students and Life-Long Christians” by Suzanne Hequet
“Keynote Address to the Lutheran Historical Conference” by Darrell Jodock
Bibliography of Publications in American Lutheranism, 2011

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ISBN: ISSN 2330-4146
274 Pages
Size: 6 x 9
Binding: Perfectbound
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