ANGLICAN AND EPISCOPAL HISTORY
Anglican and Episcopal History (ISSN 0896-8039), formerly The Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church, is a peer-reviewed journal to raise the level of discussion, provide a forum for exchange of ideas, and review items of worth and interest to educated Anglicans. Published quarterly in March, June, September, and December.
Editors are not responsible for accuracy of statements of contributors. Opinions expressed are solely those of contributors and do not necessarily reflect the views of editors or the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church.
Articles are accepted for consideration on topics relevant to the Historical Society's objectives. Those accepted will undergo a peer-review and editorial process prior to publication. Submit by email to AEHeditor@gmail.com. The journal follows the Chicago Manual of Style (2020) and uses the English spelling and punctuation of the United States throughout. Articles which do not conform may take longer to get into print.
BOOK REVIEW SUBMISSION
We invite those seeking to serve as reviewers to apply here.
Books relevant to Historical Society objectives are accepted for review with copies mailed to Book Review Editor Sheryl Kujawa-Holbrook, Claremont School of Theology, 1325 N College Ave, Claremont, CA 91711 or digitally to AEHBookReviews@gmail.com. Books are sent to reviewers for review at their leisure.
CHURCH REVIEW SUBMISSION
The church review section focuses on churches in the Anglican tradition. We are interested in a diversity of worship styles and welcome review of historic churches, neighborhood churches, inner-city churches, rural churches, American churches, churches in other parts of the world, churches with unusual liturgies, and churches with typical ones.
DOCUMENTARY, EXHIBIT, LIVE PERFORMANCE REVIEWS
Anglican and Episcopal History is interested in reviewing documentaries, exhibits and live performances related to Episcopal/Anglican history.
Suggestions of art and museum exhibits related to this history are welcome. Suggestions are welcome. Email email@example.com.
ENGAGED HISTORY - PUBLIC HISTORY
Is your institution or organization (parish, diocese, school) engaged in a project designed to investigate history for the benefit of the community? Are you studying your parish’s complicity with slavery? Are you investigating the residential schools in your diocese? Anglican and Episcopal History would like to feature articles of 5-8 pages on these important historical initiatives. Not expected to be academic articles, submissions should be written for a professional audience and appropriately cited.
PERMISSION TO USE
Fair Use: A limited number of words (ca. 250-500) may be quoted from any article for scholarly or educational use without requesting permission. In all cases the use must be non-commercial. Similarly, individual articles may be photocopied for educational purposes if the distribution is non-commercial (schools, churches, nonprofits, etc.). Proper citation of source is required.
Full-use/Reprint: Authors interested in republishing content from Anglican and Episcopal History may request permission by providing the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org:
If permission is given, the following citation must be included
Permission to use:
Your request will be considered as promptly as possible. If you have any questions, contact Sheryl A. Kujawa-Holbrook, editor-in-chief, email@example.com.
Historical Society of the Episcopal Church
Dedicated to preserving and disseminating information about the history of the Episcopal Church and its antecedents.