Mary Ellen Chijioke & Claire B. Shetter It is always nice to see continuity in scholarship. As if in response to the questions raised by the special issue of Quaker Religious Thought on Quaker narrative (see "Articles and Publications"), Barbara BoIz (827 W. 11th St., Bloomington, IN 47404), a Ph.D. candidate in English at Indiana University, is studying American Quaker women's journals from colonial days to the present. Several scholars are working on regional and local studies. David D. Hall (15 Windermere Ave., Arlington, MA), on the faculty at Harvard Divinity School, is examining seventeenth-century Quakerism in Maryland and Virginia. David Andrews (537 Gainsboro Rd., Drexel Hill, PA 19026) is studying Quakers in Chester, PA. Baltimore Monthly Meeting, Stony Run (5116 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21210) is doing research on Hicksite Friends in Nebraska prior to 1900. (He is also tracing the records of the Friends burial ground in Tortola.) Delaware County during the American War of Independence. Ronald Mattson of Taking more specific time focus, Susan Small (117 Shisler Ave., Aldan, PA 19018) of St. Joseph's University Department of History, is studying Quakers in R. Allen Smith (1829 Phelps Place NW, Washington, DC 20008) in doing
Quaker History – Friends Historical Association
Published: Apr 4, 1994
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