New Edition of The Methodist Review Newsletter

Posted by David McEwan | Uncategorized | Tuesday 6 August 2013 4:38 pm

Readers:\r\n\r\nThe July 2013 issue of The Methodist Review Newsletter has just been published. It is is now ready for reading at  http://www.methodistreview.org.\r\n\r\nThe Methodist Review Newsletter is a quarterly electronic newsletter intended for all those who are interested in the world of Wesleyan and Methodist scholarship. The newsletter is a free supplemental service of Methodist Review, an open access, peer-reviewed electronic journal which publishes scholarly articles in all areas and eras of Wesleyan and Methodist studies. Subscribers to the journal will receive the newsletter free of charge four times a year (January, April, July, and October). Subscription information is provided at the end of the newsletter, which is organized into the following sections:\r\n\r\n• Section 1: Scholarly Society News—matters related to the work of scholarly societies and organizations in the area of Wesleyan and Methodist Studies.\r\n\r\n• Section 2: Other Academic Events—lectures, meetings, conferences, symposia, etc., focused on or closely related to the wider world of Wesleyan and Methodist studies.\r\n\r\n• Section 3: Scholarly Opportunities—fellow ships, seminars, institutes, academic exchange programs, awards and prizes, etc., in the area of Wesleyan and Methodist studies.\r\n\r\n• Section 4: Recent Publications—scholarly monographs, collections of essays, reference works, etc., in the area of Wesleyan and Methodist studies.\r\n\r\n• Section 5: Other Scholarly Resources—libraries, journals, websites, and other resources likely to be of interest to Wesleyan and Methodist scholars.\r\n\r\n• Section 6: Positions and Personalia—announcements about college or seminary faculty or staff positions and news about people in the world of Wesleyan and Methodist studies.\r\n\r\n____________________________\r\n\r\nRex D. Matthews, Managing Editor, Methodist Review\r\n\r\nhttp://www.methodistreview.org

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