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CWC/NAMP Position Papers Catalogue

The Henry Martyn Centre is pleased to announce the availability of a CD-ROM containing the collected papers of the North Atlantic Missiology Project (NAMP) or its successor, the Currents in World Christianity Project (CWC). The two projects, which ran from 1996 to 2001, were based in the Centre for Advanced Religious and Theological Studies in the Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge, and funded by The Pew Charitable Trusts of Philadelphia.

The CD-ROM contains those papers, which had not otherwise been published as of 15 November 2003. The CD-ROM was compiled by the former Administrator of the Currents in World Christianity Project, Mrs Liesl Amos. Copyright of each paper rests with the author. Contact details for all authors are found at the beginning of each paper.

The CD-ROM is available at a price of £10 or 20 US dollars, inclusive of postage and packing. Unfortunately credit or debit card orders cannot be accepted.

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NAMP Papers

No.

Author

Title

Date

1

Robin Close

Literacy on the frontier: native converts and the political development of indigenous communities in Upper Canada and South Africa, 1800 - 1840

Jan 96

2

Ian Maxwell

Enlightenment and mission: Alexander Duff and the early years of the General Assembly's institution in Calcutta

Feb 96

3

John Mason

No longer available-- Now published as The Moravian Church and the Missionary Awakening in England,1760 - 1800 (chapters 3 and 6), Royal Historical Society Studies in History New Series, Boydell and Brewer

October 2001

4

Judith Rowbotham

'This is no romantic story': reporting the work of British female missionaries, c. 1850 - 1910

Mar 96

5

Paul Ellingworth

No longer available -- Now published as'Mr Freeman's Case' in Journal of Religion in Africa 27(1997), 50-58

1997

6

Ronald Davies

Jonathan Edwards and his influence on the developmentof the missionary movement from Britain

May 96

7

Andrew N. Porter

No longer available -- Now published as '"Cultural Imperialism" and Protestant missionary enterprise' in Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 25 (1997), 367-391

1997

8

Stephen Orchard

No longer available -- Now published as 'Evangelical eschatology and the missionary awakening' in Journal of Religious History 22(June 1998), 132-151

1998

9

Andrew Walls

The modern missionary awakening in its European context

Sept 96

10

John Vickers

The genesis of Methodist missions

Sept 96

11

Brian Stanley

Enlightenment and mission: a re-evaluation

Sept 96

12

Ian Maxwell

Civilisation or Christianity?: the Scottish debate on mission methods, 1750 - 1835

Sept 96

13

David Wills

Evangelical missions and the birth of black evangelicalism: reflections on the ambiguities of conversion

Sept 96

14

Penny Carson

India and the awakening of the Christian conscience

Sept 96

15

Timothy Yates

Images of 'heathen' and Christian in the early CMS mission in New Zealand

Sept 96

16

Jane Samson

Victorian mission ethnography in the South Pacific

Oct 96

17

Robert Ross

No longer available -- Now published as 'Missions, respectability, and civil rights: the Cape Colony, 1828-1854' in Journal of Southern African Studies

1999

18a

John Mason

No longer available -- Now published as The Moravian Church and the Missionary Awakening in England, 1760 - 1800 (chapters 3 and 6), Royal Historical Society Studies in History New Series, Boydell and Brewer

October 2001

18b

Avril Powell

William and John Muir as catalysts for scholarly responses to evangelical discourse in north-western India

Nov 96

19

Marjory Harper

Christian influences on emigration to the British Empire since the late 18th century

Dec 96

20

Peter Kay

The four-fold Gospel: Cecil Polhill and the Pentecostal Missionary Union, 1909 - 1925

Dec 96

21

David Bebbington

No longer available -- Now published as 'Evangelical conversion, c. 1740 - 1850' in Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology, 18/2 (Dec 2000), 102-127.

2000

22

Brian Stanley

Money and missionary policy: Robert Arthington's million and the direction of Protestant missionaryexpansion, 1900 - 1930

Feb 97

23

John Casson

No longer available -- Now published as '"To plant a garden city in the slums of paganism": Handley Hooper, the Kikuyu and the future of Africa' in Journal of Religion in Africa 28, 4 (1998), 387-410

1998

24

Frank Furedi

Ambivalent westerners: the missionary encounter with traditional societies in the twentieth century

Feb 97

25

Bruce Hindmarsh

Early evangelical conversion and missionary experience

Mar 97

26

Hilary Carey

No longer available -- Now published as 'A catalogue of failure: missions to the Australian aborigines, 1820 - 1845' in Mapping the Landscape: Essays in Australian and New Zealand Christianity--Festschrift in Honour of Professor Ian Breward, edited by Susan Emilsen and William Emilsen, New York: Peter Lang

2000

27

John Peel

Engaging with Islam in 19th century Yorubaland

Mar 97

28

Henry Rack

John Wesley and early Methodist conversion

Jan 97

29

Doug Stuart

The making of a missionary disaster: the Makololo and the London Missionary Society

May 97

30

Eleanor Jackson

Mothers as evangelists in 19th century India

Apr 97

31

Peter Williams

The CMS and the indigenous church in the second half of the 19th century

Sept 97

32

Arnulf Camps

Policy and practice in Roman Catholic missions in 19th century Asia

Sept 97

33

Antony Copley

Protestant missionaries and their Indian Christian communities: an Achilles' heel?

Sept 97

34

T. Jack Thompson

Xhosa evangelists in late 19th century Malawi: black strangers or fellow countrymen?

Sept 97

35

John Peel

Preaching the Word to the Yoruba, 1845 - 1912

Sept 97

36

Gary Tiedemann

Indigenous agency, religious protectorates, and Chinese interests: the expansion of Christianity in China, 1830 - 1880

Sept 97

37

Eleanor Jackson

From Krishna Pal to Lal Behari Dey: Indian builders of the church in India

Sept 97

38

David Thompson

British missionary policy on the indigenous church: the influence of developments in domestic ecclesiology and politics

Sept 97

39

Rhonda Semple

Women, gender and changing roles in the missionary project: the London Missionary Society and the China Inland Mission, 1885 - 1910

May 97

40

Gerald Studdert-Kennedy

No longer available -- Now published in Providence and the Raj: Imperial Mission and Missionary Imperialism, chapters 4 and 5, Sage Publications, Delhi

1998

41

John Karanja

Athamaki for Kings: the Bible and Kikuyu political thought

Nov 97

42

David Kling

The new divinity and the origins of the ABCFM

Nov 97

43

Paul Harris

Denominationalism and democracy: ecclesiastical principles underlying Rufus Anderson's Three Self Program

Nov 97

44

Charles A. Maxfield III

The organic sin debate: slavery, sin and the ABCFM

Nov 97

45

Susan Wilds McArver

'The Salvation of Souls' and 'The Salvation of the Republic of Liberia': denominational conflict and racial diversity in antebellum Presbyterian foreign missions

Nov 97

46

Lamin Sanneh

Liberia, America's spiritual empire: political idealism and public inhibition

Nov 97

47

John C. Bennett

The commercialization of early America and its effect on the missionary movement

Nov 97

48

David Bundy

The development of models of missions in Methodism during the early American Republic with attention to the antecedents of the Holiness movement

Nov 97

49

J. F. A. Ajayi

No longer available -- Now published as 'Native agency in 19th century West Africa: the case of Bishop Crowther' in Tradition and Change in Africa: The Essays of J. F. Ade. Ajayied. Toyin Falola, forthcoming from Africa World Press

 

50

Ian Randall

No longer available -- Now published as 'Entire Devotion to God': Wesleyan Holiness and British Overseas Mission in the Early Twentieth Century, Wesley Fellowship and Moorley's, Ilkeston, Derbyshire

1998

51

Jan Jongeneel

No longer available -- Now published as 'Is missiology an academic discipline?' in Exchange 27, 3 (July 1998), 208-221 and Transformation 15, 3 (July-Sept 1998), 27-32

1998

52

J. Steven O'Malley

The 'Christliche Botschafter': a German-Pietist missiological periodical in 19th century America

Mar 98

52b

David Bundy

William Taylor as an interpreter of African culture: the foundation for a theory of mission

Mar 98

53

Ruth Compton Brouwer

Canadian Presbyterians and Indian missions, 1877-1914: the policy and politics of 'Women's Work for Women'

Mar 98

54

Janet F. Fishbourn

The social gospel as missionary ideology

Mar 98

55

James A. Patterson

Robert E. Speer and the development of North American mission theology and theory, 1891 - 1914

Mar 98

56

James R. Rohrer

The development of mission theory and principles in the field: George Leslie Mackay of Taiwan, 1892-1901

Mar 98

57

Nathan D. Showalter

Evangelizing the world in this generation: the impact of the ideology of the Student Volunteer Movement for foreign missions on North American missions, 1886 - 1914

Mar 98

58

Alvyn Austin

'Only connect': the China Inland Mission and transatlantic evangelicalism

Mar 98

59

Wendy Deichmann Edwards

Forging an ideology for American missions: Josiah Strong and Manifest Destiny

Mar 98

60

M. Cristina Zaccarini

No longer available -- Now published as 'The Sino-American Friendship as Tradition and Challenge: Dr Ailie Gale in China, 1908 - 1950', Lehigh University Press

September 2001.

61

Murray Rubenstein

Missionary Orientalism and the missionary lens: using a Saidian mode of analysis to 'read' the western missionaries' accounts of the develoment of the Protestant presence in Taiwan

1998

62

Kevin Grant

No longer available -- Now published as 'Christian Critics of Empire: Missionaries, Lantern Lectures, and the Congo Reform Campaign in Britain' in Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 29/2 (May 2001), 27-58

2001

63

David Bebbington

Atonement, sin and empire, 1880 - 1914

Apr 98

64

Andrew C. Ross

The African experience: scientific racism, social Darwinism, and the churches

Apr 98

65

Torstein Jorgensen

The Norwegian missionary enterprise in Zululand: a foreign actor in a field of British imperialism

Apr 98

66

Deborah Gaitskell

Re-thinking gender roles: the field experience of women missionaries in South Africa

Apr 98

67

Steven Maughan

No longer available -- Now published as 'An archbishop for Greater Britain, missionary imperialism and the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, 1897 - 1915', in Three Centuries of Mission: The United Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, 1701-2000, edited by Daniel O'Connor. London: Continuum

2000.

68

Lauren Pfister

Re-thinking misison in China: James Hudson Taylor and Timothy Richard

Apr 98

69

Chandra Mallampalli

British missions and Indian nationalism: mutual images and critiques, 1880 - 1908

Apr 98

70

Brian Stanley

Church, state, and the hierarchy of 'civilisation': the making of the Commission VII Report, 'Missions and Governments', Edinburgh 1910

Apr 98

71

Natasha Erlank

The theological, social and material context of Scottish missions in 19th century South Africa

Apr 98

72

Brian Stanley

No longer available -- Now published as 'A Cambridge passage through India: the making of T. R. Glover's The Jesus of History' in Cambridge Review 119, 2331 (Nov 1998), 60-69

1998

73

Jean-Paul Wiest

Roman Catholic perceptions and critiques of British and American Protestant missions to 1915

Jun 98

74

Jan Jongeneel

European-Continental perceptions and critiques of British and American Protestant missions

Jun 98

75

Roy C. Bridges

Missionaries, geography and imperialism in East Africa, c. 1844 - 1890

Jun 98

76

Andrew N. Porter

Evangelicalism, Islam, and millenial expectation in the 19th century

Jun 98

77

J. F. A. Ajayi

No longer available -- Now published as ' "A new Christian politics?" The mission-educated elite in West African politics' in Tradition and Change in Africa: The Essays of J. F. Ade. Ajayi, ed. Toyin Falola, forthcoming from Africa World Press

 

78

Richard Elphick

Evangelical missions and racial 'equalization' in South Africa, 1890 - 1914

Jun 98

79

Daniel W. Hardy

Upholding orthodoxy in missionary encounter: theological issues

Jun 98

80

Charles Weber

Christianity and West African decolonisation, 1945 - 1960

Jun 98

81

Nancy Stevenson

The Jews as a factor in mission: Scottish and English motive into action, 1795 - c. 1840

Oct 97

82

Alan Guenther

Controversy as a 'necessary evil'? Perspectives on missions to Muslims in India in the late 19th century

Dec 97

83

Rhonda Semple

Representation and experience: role of women in British missions and society, 1860 - 1910

Apr 98

84

Line N. Predelli

Norwegian Missionaries in 19th century Madagascar: marriage as structure of opportunity, regulation of sexuality and example of Christian life

Apr 98

85

Timothy Stunt

A. N. Groves in a European context: a re-assessment of his early development

Apr 98

86

Marcia Wright

The Moravians and Mambwe-Nkoswe, 1932 - 1937

1998

87

Paul Martin

Walking the Indian road: the contribution of E. Stanley Jones to missionary theology in India

1998

88

Tripti Chauduri

Missionaries and the peasant question: an episode in the missionary struggle for social justice in 19th century Bengal

1998

89

Graham Kings

A corresponding theology of mission: letters between Max Warren and Roger Hooker, 1965 - 1977

1998

90

Brian Macdonald-Milne

The Melanesian Brotherhood and the tradition of indigenous evangelism in the Anglican Church in the Pacific Islands

1998

91

Tony Ballantyne

'Dispersed Jews' or 'Southern Aryans'? Missionary ethnography and the debate over Maori origins

1998

92

Deborah Gaitskell

Female missionary ventures in South African anthropology: Dora Earthy, 1918 - 1933

1998

93

Sebastian Kim

The debate on conversion in the Indian Constituent Assembly, 1947 - 1949 now published in Bangalore Theological Forum, vol. XXXI, No. 2 (Dec 1999), 2 - 43.

1999

94

Siphamandla Zondi

A history of medical missions in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, 1860 - 1950

1998

95

Carrie Pemberton

NOT YET AVAILABLE -- Imperial mother or liberating sister? Mary Slessor in post-colonial perspective

1998

96

Peter Heslam

NOT YET AVAILABLE -- Inspirer of Mission: Handley Moule of Ridley Hall

1998

97

Jennifer Morawiecki

'Go work in my vineyard': the recruitment and application of single women to the Church of England Zenana Missionary Society, 1880 - 1920

1998

98

Dana Robert

The 'Christian Home' as a cornerstone of Anglo-American missionary thought and practice

1998

99

Ogbu Kalu

Daughters of Ethiopia: gender, power and poverty in African Christianity

1998

100a

Lamin Sanneh

Africa's place in the anti-slavery strategy: transatlantic agitation, maritime challenge, and mainland engagement

1998

100b

Lamin Sanneh

Christianity appropriated: reflections on chronology, conversion and the intercultural process

1998

 

 

CWC Papers

No.

Author

Title

Date

101

Keith Clement

Changing concepts of world mission, 1910 - 1948: the role of J. H. Oldham

Feb 99

102

Richard Pierard

Some currents in early twentieth century German missiology

Feb 99

103

Gulnar Dehqani Tafit

Medical mission and the history of feminism: Emmeline Stuart of the CMS Persia Mission, 1897 - 1934

Feb 99

104

Werner Ustorf

Missionary theories in the 1930's: indigenisation, ethnic religion, Nazism

Mar 99

105

David Goodhew

No longer available -- Now published as 'Growth and Decline in South Africa's Churches, 1960-91' in Journal of Religion in Africa XXX, 3 (2000), 344-369.

2000

106

Richard Bauckham

Mission as hermeneutic for scriptural interpretation

Nov 99

107

Mark Noll

Evangelical identity, power, and culture in the 'Great' nineteenth century

Jul 99

108

Allan Davidson

An 'Interesting Experiment': the Founding of the Melanesian Mission

Oct 99

109

John Stuart

'A measure of disquiet': British missionary responses to African colonial issues, 1945 - 1953

Jan 00

110

Joseph T. H. Lee

Conversion or protection? Christian sectarian violence in late nineteenth-century southern China

Jan 00

111

Kevin Grant

No longer available -- Now published as 'Christian Critics of Empire: Missionaries, Lantern Lectures, and the Congo Reform Campaign in Britain', Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 29/2 (May 2001), 27-58.

2001

112

Nelson Hayashida

Dreams in African Christianity

Nov 99

113

Allan Davidson

'The Pacific is no longer a mission field?': Conversion in the South Pacific in the Twentieth Century

Jul 99

114

Martinus Daneel

African initiated churches in southern Africa: protest movements or mission churches?

Jul 99

115

David Martin

Evangelical expansion in global society

Jul 99

116

Brian Stanley

Twentieth century world Christianity: a perspective from the history of missions

Jul 99

117

W. R. Ward

Evangelical identity in the eighteenth century

Jul 99

118

R. E. Frykenberg

The Gospel, globalization and Hindutva: the politics of 'conversion' with special reference to dialectical tensions between ethno-locality and universality

Jul 99

119

Jehu Hanciles

Conversion and social change: a review of the unfinished task in West Africa

Jul 99

120

Brent Whitefield

Reforming China: the Christian Literature Society for China, 1887 - 1911

Feb 00

121

Daniel W. Hardy

The Missionary Being of the Church: Missionary Ecclesiology

Nov 99

122

Sujit Sivasundaram

No longer available -- Now published as 'Natural History Spiritualized: Civilizing Islanders, Cultivating Breadfruit, and Collecting Souls' in History of Science xxxix (2001): 417-443

2001

123

Aled Jones

Welsh missionary journalism in India, 1880 - 1947

Dec 99

124

Norberto Saracco

The Pentecostalisation of Latin America and the beginning of the post-Pentecostal era

Jul 99

125

Mark Hutchinson

What's wrong with globalization, anyway?

Jul 99

126

Philip Leung

Conversion, commitment, and culture: Christian experience in China, 1949 - 1999

Jul 99

127

Peter Lineham

Missionary motivation in New Zealand

May 00

128

Carlos Cardoza-Orlandi

Re-discovering Caribbean Christian identity: biography and missiology at the shore (between the dry land and the sea)

Mar 00

129

Dana Robert

No longer available -- Now published as 'Shifting Southward: Global Christianity since 1945' in the International Bulletin of Missionary Research 24, 2 (April 2000)

2000

130

Adrian Hastings

The Clash of nationalism and universalism within twentieth-century missionary Christianity

Sept 00

131

Judith Brown

Who is an Indian? Dilemmas of national identity at the end of the British Raj in India

Sept 00

132

Daniel Bays

Foreign missions and indigenous Protestant leaders in twentieth-century China: Chen Chonggui (Marcus Cheng) and the issues of identity and loyalty in an age of nationalism

Sept 00

133

Richard Elphick

Missiology, Afrikaner nationalism, and the road to apartheid

Sept 00

134

Ogbu Kalu

Passive revolution and its saboteurs: African Christian initiative in the era of decolonisation

Sept 00

135

Hartmut Lehmann

Missionaries without empire: German missionary efforts in the interwar period (1919-1938)

Sept 00

147

Caroline Howell

Religion and Nationalism Buganda and the 1949

Sept 00

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