The Historical Society of the Episcopal Church offers a Teaching Bibliography resource through its website. The bibliography is organized by theme and may be used by those teaching on or reading about the history of the Episcopal Church. It would be an excellent supplement for use in a teaching series in a parish, or personal edification.
Several topic areas are included. General texts on the history of the Episcopal Church include 21st century publications, early and late 20th century publications and 19th century publications. The Study of the History of Anglicanism provides publications from the broader Anglican tradition. Several are related to the history of African Americans, Women and Latinx in the Episcopal Church. The bibliography is intended to grow over time, so all are encouraged to submit suggested texts to be considered for inclusion.
Access to the bibliography is available to the public. Each title is linked to a source where they may be purchased. Many may be available through inter-library loan. To see the bibliography, visit hsec.us/bibliography.
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