Dr. Gary Jenkins
John H. Van GordenÂ Professor in History
Recent Publications and Papers
â€śDinner with Raphael: Peter Martyr Vermigliâ€™s Indelicate Reading of an Ambiguous Church Father.â€ť in 2009 Zwingliana, UniversitĂ¤t ZĂĽrich, Institut fĂĽr Schweizerische Reformationsgeschichte
â€śConjunctio Christo: the Contours and Trajectory of Theosis in Vermigli, Jewel, and Hooker.â€ť paper read at the 2009 Richard Hooker Colloquium, Trinity College, University of Toronto.
"The Venerable Bede's Tabernacle or Peter Martyr Vermigli's Judges: Peter Martyr and his Patristic and Medieval Antecedents." forthcoming in A Companion to Peter Martyr Vermigli: Humanism, Hebraism, and Scholasticism. Frank R. James and Torrance Kirby, eds., Leiden: E.J. Brill, 2009.
â€śThe Diverse Reformation of John Jewel and Peter Martyr Vermigliâ€ť paper read at 2008 Reformation Studies Conference, March 2008. Westminster College, Cambridge, UK.
John Jewel and the English National Church: The Dilemmas of an Erastian Reformer (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate. St. Andrews Studies in Reformation History) 2006.
â€śWhoresome Knaves and Illustrious Subjects at the 1559 Westminster Disputation: the intent and end of an ecclesio-political exercise.â€ť Anglican and Episcopal History LXXV.3 (2006) pp. 315-39.
â€śBetween the Sacraments and Tyranny: English Recusant Political thought,â€ť The Dutch Ecclesiastical History Review vol 85. Wim Janse and Barbara Pitkin, eds. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2005. pp. 301-14
John Jewel and the English National Church: the Dilemma of an Erastian Reformer, Aldershot, England; Burlington, VT; Ashgate (2006).
Editor and Translator, with introduction, of Peter Martyr Vermigliâ€™s In librum Iudicum D. Petri Martyris Vermilij Florentini ... commentarij doctissimi : cum tractatione perutili rerum & locorum. [Tigvri, Froschouer, 1561]. (Kirksville, MO: Sixteenth Century Essays and Books/Truman State University Press:).
Current and ongoing projects
Editor and Translator, with introduction, of Peter Martyr Vermigliâ€™s In librum Iudicum D. Petri Martyris Vermilij Florentini ... commentarij doctissimi : cum tractatione perutili rerum & locorum. [Tigvri, Froschouer, 1561]. (Kirksville, MO: Sixteenth Century Essays and Books/Truman State University Press:). In process
â€śCoincidence of Photios and Augustine: The Trinitarian Thought of Nicholas of Cusa,â€ť essay submitted for review to The New Blackriars
Â â€śNicholas of Cusa and the Closing of the Allegorical Circle: Texts and the Deus absconditus on the eve of the Reformation.â€ť
Dr. Anthony M. Joseph
Associate Professor of History
The Documentary History of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1789-1800, Volume Six: Cases, 1790-1795. Associate Editor. NY: Columbia University Press (1998).
Dr. Fred Boehlke
Professor Emeritus of History and University Archivist
Faith, Reason and Justice: the First Fifty Years of Eastern University, 1952-2002. St. Davids, PA: Eastern University (2003).
From Generation to Generation. Fort Mill, SC: Providence House (1996).
Pierre de Thomas: Scholar, Diplomat and Crusader. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press (1996).
Dr. Tyler Flynn
Assistant Professor of History
â€śPresbyterians and Modernity? Â Developing a Public Ethic in Pittsburgh, 1900-1920â€ť accepted for publication at the Journal of Presbyterian History
A Gospel of Wealth: Â Capitalism and Reform in Presbyterian Pittsburgh 1900-1940, manuscript under revisionÂ
â€śThe Fundamentalist as Public Intellectual? Â Clarence E. Macartney of First Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, 1927-1953â€ť article in process
â€śThe Conservative Social Gospel: Â Presbyterians, Episcopalians, and Methodists in Progressive-Era Pittsburgh,â€ť article in process
Dr. Stephen H. Gatlin
Associate Professor of History
Science, Technology and Values: a Science Studies Perspective (in process).
Willaim Sheldon and the Culture of the Somatotype (New York: Â Cambria Press, 2010)