Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture

General Information

Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture is published quarterly by Cambridge University Press for the American Society of Church History.  The journal seeks essays that advance knowledge of the role Christianity has played in mediating larger social and intellectual forces.  The publication months are March, June, September, and December.

The editors of Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture are Amanda Porterfield and John Corrigan.  The editorial office of the journal is based at Florida State University.

Click on this link for information on the Editorial Board of Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture.

Prospective contributors of articles to Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture should click on this link for information on the submission process.

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Information for Institutions

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Rights and Permissions

All individuals and institutions must obtain permission for the use of articles or any other material in the journal that is outside of standard academic practices.  Rights and permissions information, policies, request forms, and contact information may be accessed on the Cambridge University Press website: http://cambridge.org/us/information/rights/

Information for Individuals

Questions about individual subscriptions, payment, delivery of the journal, and changes of address should be addressed to the ASCH office:
American Society of Church History
P. O. Box 2793
Santa Rosa, CA 95405-2793
E-mail: asch@churchhistory.org

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