Anglican History Research list


This list was launched in January, 2006 to serve as a forum for serious bibliographic and archival inquiries about Anglican and Episcopal history. Conference announcements, calls for papers dissertation and thesis topic announcements, etc. are welcome on the list.

AHR is not a discussion list, and comment on current events or extraneous matters is not welcome; the list can be most useful for its stated purposes if its tone is as focussed and scholarly as possible.

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List guidelines:

  1. Posts will only be accepted when accompanied by the full name of their sender.
  2. Posts should include as much bibliographic citation as possible.
  3. No attachments are permitted.
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  7. Posts should show a degree of research before posting; the AHR list should not be a primary place of inquiry on historical or genealogical matters.