Kirstie Close-Barry’s A Mission Divided: Race, Culture and Colonialism in Fiji’s Methodist Mission (ANU Press) recounts the stories told by Methodist missionaries and ministers to its grassroots membership, and draws
Stefano Girola launched in Perth last month his translated and edited Report of Rosendo Salvado to Propaganda Fide in 1883 (Morning Star Publishing). Bishop Salvado’s 1883 Report provides a detailed
Russell McGregor has been awarded the 2016 David Scott Mitchell Memorial Fellowship for a project entitled ‘Bush Naturalist: A Life of Alec Chisholm’, which will culminate in a book-length biography
Peggy Brock and Norman Etherington (along with Gareth Griffith and Jacqueline Van Gent) have just published Indigenous Evangelists and Questions of Authority in the British Empire 1750–1945 (Brill). It is
Daniel Reynaud’s The Man the Anzacs Revered: William ‘Fighting Mac’ McKenzie, Anzac Chaplain is the first biography of ‘Fighting Mac’ to sort the facts from the fiction and present William
Michael Gladwin’s Anglican Clergy in Australia, 1788-1850: Building a British World is the first full-length exploration of the role of the Anglican church in the development of colonial Australia.