Recent Moravian Scholarship

Moravian Scholarship in the Twenty-first Century

(English-language works only)

Prepared by Andrew Heil, Wake Forest University School of Divinity

 

Primary Sources

Atwood, Craig D. “Catechism of the Bohemian Brethren, translated and edited from the 1523 German version.” Journal of Moravian History, 2 (2007): 91-118.

 

Bahnson, Charles Frederic. Bright and Gloomy Days: The Civil War Correspondence of Captain Charles Frederick Bahnson, A Moravian Confederate. Ed. Sarah Bahnson Chapman. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press, 2003.

 

Frueauff, John Frederick. Freddy’s War: The Civil War Letters of John Frederick Frueauff. Ed. Daniel R. Gilbert. Bethlehem, PA: Moravian College, 2006.

 

Gambold, Anna Rosina and John Gambold. The Moravian Springplace Mission to the Cherokees. Tr. Julie Tomberlin Weber. Ed. Rowena McClinton. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, 2007.

 

Janak, Robert. Rev. Frank Horak’s Marriage Records: Czech Moravian Brethren Church Records of Caldwell, Texas, and Surrounding Congregations. Houston, Texas: Czech Heritage Society of Texas, 2000.

 

Janak, Robert. Rev. Henry E. Beseda, Sr.’s Marriage Records: Czech-Moravian Brethren Church Records of Caldwell, Texas, and Other Congregations. Houston, Texas: Czech Heritage Society of Texas, 2002.

 

Janak, Robert. Rev. Josef Barton’s Funeral Records: Czech-Moravian Brethren Church Records of Rev. Josef Barton and Other Ministers from Taylor, Texas, and Surrounding Congregations. Houston, Texas: Czech Heritage Society of Texas, 2005.

 

Janak, Robert. Rev. Josef Barton’s Marriage Records: Czech-Moravian Brethren Church Records of Rev. Josef Barton and Other Ministers from Taylor, Texas, and Surrounding Congregations. Houston, Texas: Czech Heritage Society of Texas, 2004.

 

Janak, Robet. Rev. Josef Hegar’s Funeral Records: Czech-Moravian Brethren Church Records of Temple, Texas, and Surrounding Congregations. Houston, Texas: Czech Heritage Society of Texas, 2000.

 

Janak, Robert. Rev. Josef Hegar’s Marriage Records: Czech-Moravian Brethren Church Records of Temple, Texas, and Surrounding Congregations. Houston, Texas: Czech Heritage Society of Texas, 2001.

 

Nelson, Vernon H. “John Valentine Haidt’s Treatise on Art.” Journal of Moravian History 3 (2007): 101-139.

 

Starbuck, Richard W. and Lu Newman. Ghosts of Salem and Other Tales. Winston-Salem, NC: Moravian Archives, 2002.

 

Walling, Richard S. David Zeisberger. Names of Victims killed in Gnadenhutten on March 7 & 8, 1782. Bethlehem, PA: Moravian Archives, 2005.

 

Weber, Julie Tomberlin. “‘Our dear Mama’: Zinzendorf’s Memoir of Erdmuth Dorothea.” Journal of Moravian History 4 (2008): 45-94.

 

Zeisberger, David. The Moravian Mission Diaries of David Zeisberger, 1771-1781. Ed. Harmann Wellenreuther and Carola Wessel, and Tr. Julie T. Weber. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2005.

 

Zinzendorf, Nikolaus Ludwig. A Collection of Sermons from Zinzendorf’s Pennsylvania Journey. Tr. Julie Weber. Ed. Craig D Atwood. Bethlehem, PA: Moravian Church Publications Office, 2001.

 

Books, Pamphlets. Dissertations, and Theses

Anstadt, P. Luther, Zinzendorf, and Wesley: An account of John Wesley’s Conversion through Hearing Luther’s Preface to the Epistle to the Romans read in a Moravian Prayer Meeting in London, England: To which is added a New Translation of Luther’s Preface. Fort Worth, Texas: RDMc Publishing, 2005.

 

Atwood, Craig D. Community of the Cross: Moravian Piety in Colonial Bethlehem. University Park, PA: Penn State University Press, 2004.

 

Atwood, Craig D. Jesus Still Lead On: An Introduction to Moravian Belief. Bethlehem, PA: Interprovincial Board of Communication, Moravian Church in America, 2004.

 

Atwood, Craig D. and Richard W. Starbuck. Interpreting Home Church and Moravians: A Manuel for Volunteers. Winston-Salem, NC: Home Moravian Church, 2005.

 

Atwood, Craig D. and Peter Vogt, eds. The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture: Essays and Documents in Moravian History in Honor of Vernon H. Nelson on his Seventieth Birthday. Nazareth, PA.: Moravian Historical Society, 2003.

 

August Karel Thomas. The Quest for Being Public Church: A Study of the South American Moravian Church in Historical and Contemporary Perspective. South Africa: University of Stellenbosch: Th.D. Thesis, 2003.

 

Beachy, Robert and Gillespie, Michele, eds. Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Best, Violet. Ballinderry Moravian Church, 1750-2000. Lisburn, Northern Ireland: Ballinderry Moravian Church, 2000.

 

Beszterda, Rafal. Moravians in Ladakh, Lahul and Kinnaur. Poznań: Polish Academy of Sciences Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, 2002.

 

Bingham, Anna Deborah. A Universal Thread Spun and Broken: The Pansophic Vision of John Amos Comenius and Samuel Hartlib. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University B.A. Thesis, 2006.

 

Bovet, Felix and T. Alexander Seed. Count Zinzendorf: A Nobleman with a Heavenly Vision. Hampton, TN: Harvey Christian Publishers, 2000.

 

Bower, Jennifer Bean.  Moravians in North Carolina.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia Publishers, 2006.

 

Burkhart, Mary L. Evaluating the Spiritual Renewal of the Moravian Church in Honduras. Ashland, OH: Ashland Theological Seminary: D. Min. Thesis, 2006.

 

Burton, Frances. Ephraim Moravian Church, 1853-2003: A Celebration in Words and Pictures. Ephraim, Wisconsin: Ephraim Moravian Church, 2003.

 

Cary, Henry C. Hoffnungsthal: The Archaeology and Architecture of the First Moravian Mission to the Labrador Inuit, 1752. Newfoundland, Canada: Memorial University of Newfoundland, M.A. Thesis, 2004.

 

Christopher, Dion T.A. A Strategy for the Renewal of Worship in the Moravian Church in the United States Virgin Islands. Pasadena, CA: Fuller Theological Seminary: D. Min. Thesis, 2004.

 

Chun, Doo-Seung. Unity and Mission: Moravian Case Study and Implications for the Mission Associations of Local Churches in Korea. Pasadena, CA: Fuller Theological Seminary: D.Miss. Thesis, 2003.

 

Couch, M. Blair, and Graham H. Rights. What We Believe: A Glimpse at Moravian Theology. Bethlehem: Interprovincial Woman’s Board, 2006.

 

Crews, C. Daniel. Confessing our Unity in Christ: Historical and Theological Background to “The Ground of the Unity.” Winston-Salem, North Carolina: Moravian Church. Southern Province, 2000

 

Crews, C. Daniel. Faith and Tears: The Moravian Mission among the Cherokee. Winston-Salem, NC: Moravian Archives, 2000.

 

Crews, Daniel C. Faith, Hope, and Love: A History of the Unitas Fratrum. Winston-Salem, NC: Moravian Archives, 2008.

 

Crews, C. Daniel. This We Most Certainly Believe: Thoughts on Moravian Theology. Winston-Salem, NC: Moravian Archives, 2005.

 

Crews, C. Daniel. What is Was, Was Jesus. Winston-Salem, NC: Moravian Archives, 2003.

 

Crews, C. Daniel and Richard W. Starbuck. With Courage for the Future : The Story of the Moravian Church, Southern Province. Winston-Salem, NC: Moravian Church in America, Southern Province, 2002.

 

David, Zdeněk V. and David R. Holeton, eds. The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002.

 

David, Zdeněk V. and David R. Holeton, eds. The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004.

 

David, Zdeněk V. and David R. Holeton, eds. The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005.

 

David, Zdeněk V. and David R. Holeton, eds. The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007.

 

Ebenezer Moravian Church. Ebenezer Moravian Church, 1853-2003; 150th Anniversary Commemorative Book. Watertown, Wisconsin: Ebenezer Moravian Church, 2003.

 

Ellsworth, Jane Elizabeth. The Clarinet in Early America, 1758-1820. Columbus: Ohio State University: Ph.D. Thesis, 2004.

 

Engel, Katherine Carté. Religion and Profit: Moravians in Early America. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009.

 

Eyerly, Sarah. ‘Singing from the Heart:’ Memorization and Improvisation in an Eighteenth-Century Utopian Community. University of California, Davis: PhD dissertation, 2007.

 

Fogleman, Aaron. Jesus is Female: Moravians and Radical Religion in Early America. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2007.

 

Frack, Kevin C. The Foundation of our Faith: Preparation for Membership in the Moravian Church. Bethlehem, PA: Interprovincial Board of Communication, Moravian Church in North America, 2007.

 

Frank, Albert H. Companion to the 1995 Moravian Book of Worship. Winston-Salem, NC: Moravian Music Foundation, 2004.

 

Geiger, Erika. Countess Erdmuth Dorothea von Zinzendorf. Tr. Irene Geiger. Niesky:  Gudrun Schiewe, 2000.

 

Geiger, Erika. Erdmuth Dorothea Countess von Zinzendorf: Noble Servant. Tr. Julie Tomberlin Weber.  Winston-Salem, NC: J. F. Blair Publishing, 2006.

 

Gillespie, Michele and Robert Beachy. Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Hardin, Jon E. Count Nicholas Ludwig von Zinzendorf’s theology of missions in relation to mobilizing the church for missions. Denver, CO: Denver Theological Seminary: D.Min. Thesis, 2005.

 

Hatcher, Oeida M. The Moravian Influence on American Music Education in Colonial America: 1740-1860. Winchester, VA: Shenandoah University: M.S. Thesis, 2000.

 

Hewson, Eileen. Moravian Graveyards: India and Jamaica, 1755-1971. England: Kabristan Archives, 2007.

 

Hills, Archie Chalmers. David Zeisberger (1721-1808): his Missionary labours amongst the Red Indians of New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, and Southern Ontario, north of Lake Erie. Birmingham Christian College, Federal University of Wales: M.A. Thesis, 2000.

 

Hobrlant, Vladimír. The Golden Age in the Netherlands and Johan Amos Comenius. Naarden: Hobrlant, 2001.

 

Holmes Elizabeth A. “In all things, Love”: the Legacy of the Women who influenced the Establishment of Salem. Winston-Salem, NC: Wake Forest University: M.A. Thesis, 2007.

 

Hope Moravian Chruch.  Hope Moravian Church: 225th Anniversary “Memorabilia from 225 Years of Love. Winston-Salem, NC: Moravian Archives: Hope Moravian Church, 2006.

 

Hutton, J.E. A History of the Moravian Church. Charleston, SC: BiblioBazaar, 2006.

 

Jarvis, Dale Gilbert. Architectural Change and Architectural Meaning in Moravian Labrador. Newfoundland, Canada: Memorial University of Newfoundland, M.A. Thesis, 2001.

 

Jensz, Felicity. Collecting Cultures for God: German Moravian Missionaries and the British Colony of Victoria, Australia, 1848-1908. University of Melbourne: Ph.D. Thesis, 2007.

 

Johnson, Michael Egerton. Towards the development of a Caring Ministry for Moravian Ministers in Jamaica. Decatur, GA: Columbia Theological Seminary: D.Min. Thesis, 2000.

 

Knapp, Matthew Robert. Integrating Confirmation Education with Early Communion Training as a part of the Faith Development Program of the Sturgeon Bay Moravian Church. St. Paul, MN: Bethel Theological Seminary; D.Min. Thesis, 2002.

 

Knouse, Nola Reed. The Music of the Moravian Church in America. Rochester, New York: University of Rochester Press, 2008

 

Kuras, Benjamin. Restoring Comenius. Prague: Ideál, 2007.

 

Lampe, Armando. Mission or Submission?: Moravian and Catholic Missionaries in the Dutch Caribbean during the 19th Century. Göttingen, Germany: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2001.

 

Larson, Paul. An American Musical Dynasty: A Biography of the Wolle Family of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Bethlehem, PA: Lehigh University Press, 2002.

 

Leto, Jason. Gender, Sex, and Emotion: the Moravian Litany of the Wounds. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University: M.A. Thesis, 2007.

 

Lineback, Emily Sarah. Preserving the Past: Salem Moravians’ Receipts and Rituals. Boonville, NC: Carolina Avenue Press, 2003.

 

Locke, Joseph. Shielded by Necessity: A Look at Moravians in Wachovia during the Revolutionary War Years. Harrisonburg, VA: James Madison University: M.A. Thesis, 2007.

 

Martin, John Hill. Historical Sketch of Bethlehem in Pennsylvania: with some Account of the Moravian Church. Salem, MA: Higginson Book Company, 2008.

 

Martynychey, Andrey. Comenius and his Theory of Pansophism. Newberg, OR: George Fox University: M.A.T. Thesis, 2006.

 

Mason, J.C.S.  The Moravian Church and the Missionary Awakening in England, 1760-1800.       Rochester, NY: Boydell Press, 2001.

 

Maul, Jessica. Moravian Missions to the Delaware Indians, 1792-1812. Williamsburg, VA: College of William and Mary: M.A. Thesis, 2001.

 

Milligan, Fred J. Compassionate Revolutionaries: The Moravian Ancestors of George W. Bush. Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2001.

 

Moravian Church of Lake Auburn. Sesquicentennial Anniversary of the Moravian Church of Lake Auburn: Victoria, Minnesota. Victoria, MN: Moravian Church of Lake Auburn, 2008.

 

Muckle, James Y. Bold Shall I Stand: The Education of Young Women in the Moravian Settlement at Ockbrook since 1799. Ockbrook, Derbyshire: Ockbrook School, 2000.

 

Musomba, Angetile Yesaya. The Moravian Church in Tanzania Southern Province: A Short History.  Nairobi: Francais de Recherche en Afrique, 2005.

 

New Herrnhut Moravian Church. New Herrnhut Moravian Church, the Oldest Moravian Church in the Western Hemisphere, 1737-2007: Charting the Course 270 Years and Beyond. St. Thomas, Virgin Islands: New Herrnhut Moravian Church, 2007.

 

Nickel, Robert. Liturgies for the Moravian Worship Service. Sturgeon Bay, WI: Sturgeon Bay Moravian Church, 2008.

 

Nicholas, Stephen Oliver. The Moravian Way of Evangelism: A Study, Discussion, and Action Guide for Congregations. Bethlehem, PA: Interprovincial Board of Communication, Moravian Church in North America, 2004.

 

Nigrelli, Christopher Charles. More musical Contributions of the Salem, North Carolina Moravian Community in the Civil War: An Investigation of the Musical Activities of the Bands of the 21st, 26th, and 33rd North Carolina Regiments. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: D.M.A. Thesis, 2003.

 

Nzova, Nkaisule. Theological Education by Extension: a Proposal for Improving the quality of Pastoral Ministry in the Moravian Church in Tanzania/South West Province: A Dissertations/Project. San Francisco, CA: San Francisco Theological Seminary: D.Min. Thesis, 2000.

 

Roeber, A. G., ed. Ethnographies and Exchanges: Native Americans, Moravians, and Catholics in Early North America. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008.

 

Rohrer, S. Scott. Hope’s Promise: Religion and Acculturation in the Southern Backcountry.  Tuscaloosa, AL: The University of Alabama Press, 2005.

 

Rollmann, Hans. Labrador through Moravian Eyes: 250 years of Art, Photographs, & Records. St. John’s, Newfoundland: Special Celebrations Corp. of Newfoundland and Labrador, Inc., Dept. of Tourism, Culture and Recreation, 2002.

 

Sawyer, Edwin A. All About the Moravians: History, Beliefs, and Practices of a Worldwide Church. Second Edition, Revised by Robert E. Sawyer. Bethlehem and Winston-Salem: Moravian Church in America, 2008.

 

Schneider, Hans.  German Radical Pietism.  Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, 2007.

 

Sensbach, Jon F.  Rebecca’s Revival: Creating Black Christianity in the Atlantic World.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2005.

 

Smith, Jewel A. Music, Women, and Pianos in Antebellum Bethlehem, Pennsylvania: The Moravian Young Ladies’ Seminary. Bethlehem, PA: Lehigh University Press, 2008.

 

Sommer, Elisabeth Watkins. Serving Two Masters: Moravian Brethren in Germany and North Carolina, 1727-1801. Lexington, KY: University of Kentucky Press, 2000.

 

South, Stanley A. Historical Archaeology in Wachovia Excavating Eighteenth-Century Bethabara and Moravian Pottery. New York, NY: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2002.

 

Stanley, Keith. Christian Spirituality and Same-Gender Relationship: A Moravian Perspective. Bethlehem, PA: Sanctuary, 2000.

 

Stead, Geoffrey and Margaret Stead. The Exotic Plant: A History of the Moravian Church in Britain, 1742-2000. Werrington, United Kingdom: Epworth Press. 2003.

 

Strom, Jonathan, Hartmut Lehmann, and James Van Horn Melton, eds. Pietism in Germany and North America 1680-1820. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate, 2009.

 

Sweitzer, Vangie Roby. Tunes for Praise: The Bethlehem Area Moravian Trombone Choir, 1754-2004. Bethlehem, PA: Central Moravian Church, 2004.

 

Theile, Dorothee. Morning Star, O’ Cheering Sight: The Moravian Star and its History. Herrnhut, Germany: Comenius-Buchhandlung, 2008.

 

Thompson, Livingstone A. Harmony, Modesty, Dialogue: A Moravian Contribution towards the Development of Religious Pluralism. University of Dublin, Trinity College: Ph.D. Thesis, 2003.

 

Thompson, Livingstone A. Moravians and Muslims: What Can Moravians Truly Say? University of Dublin, Trinity College: M. Phil. Thesis, 2000.

 

Tobdan, C. Dorje. Moravian Missionaries in Western Trans-Himalaya: Lahul, Ladakh, and Kinnaur. New Delhi: Kaveri Books, 2008.

 

Traupman-Carr, Carol A. “Pleasing for our Use”: David Tannenburg and the Organs of The Moravians. Bethlehem, PA: Lehigh University Press, 2000.

 

Turdo, Mark A. A Great Many Years in Quiet and Peace: Community and Conflict In the Lehigh Valley during The French and Indian War: A Thesis Project. Oneonta, NY: SUNY College at Oneonta, M.A. Thesis, 2006.

 

Turdo Mark A. and Susan M. Dreydoppel. A Spirit of Confusion: The French and Indian War in Moravian Nazareth. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Hall Square Museum Craft Shop, 2005.

 

Turdo, Mark A. Nazareth’s Underground: A Search through the Passages of Time. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Hall Square Museum Craft Shop, 2003.

 

Wagner, Walter H. The Zinzendorf-Muhlenberg Encounter: A Controversy in Search of Understanding. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2002.

 

Ward, Kay. Heading Home. Bethlehem, PA: Interprovincial Board of Communication, Moravian Church in North America, 2005.

 

Ward, Kay. Of Seasons & Sparrows. Bethlehem, PA: Interprovincial Board of Communication, Moravian Church in America, 2000.

 

Wheeler, Rachel M. To Live Upon Hope: Mohicans and Missionaries in the Eighteenth-Century Northeast. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 2008.

 

Wiemann, Shawn G. Jesus as Guardian Spirit: The Formation of Moravian Delaware Christianity. Williamsburg, VA: College of William and Mary: M.A. Thesis, 2003.

 

Wright, Trudi Vorp. Moravian Hymnody: Transmissions and Traditions. Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State University: M.M. Thesis, 2001.

 

Yonan, Jonathan. Evangelicalism and Enlightenment: The Moravian Experience in England, c. 1750-1800. University of Oxford: Ph.D. Dissertation, 2007.

 

Zeisberger, Petra. David Zeisberger: Missionary and early Philologist. Universität Graz: M.A. Thesis, 2005.

 

 

Chapters within Books:

Atwood, Craig D. “Deep in the Side of Jesus:  The Persistence of Zinzendorfian Piety in Colonial America.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Atwood, Craig D.  “Interpreting and Misinterpreting the Sichtungszeit.” In Neue Aspekte der Zinzendorf-Forschung. Ed. Martin Brecht and Paul Peucker. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2006.

 

Atwood, Craig D. “Separatism, Ecumenism, and Pacifism: the Bohemian and Moravian Brethren in the Confessional Age.” In Confessionalism and Pietism: Religious Reform in Early Modern Europe. Ed. Fred Van Lieburg. Mainz: Philipp Von Zabern, 2006.

 

Atwood, Craig D.  “Theology in Song: Daily Litanies in the Eighteenth-Century Moravian Church.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Bartlová, Milena. “Conflict, Tolerance, Representation, and Competition: A Confessional Profile of Bohemian Late Gothic Art.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 255-266.

 

Bartlová, Milena. “The Utraquist Church and the Visual Arts Before Luther.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 215-224.

 

Beachy, Robert.“Manuscript Missions in the Age of the Moravian Community in the Atlantic World.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Beaver, Emily Conrad. “Piety and Profit: Moravians in the North Carolina Backcountry Market, 1770-1818,” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Bílková, Milena. “Depiction of the Last Supper under Utraquism.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 285-304.

 

Caldwell, Alice M.  “The Memoir of Johann Christian Till (1762-1844).” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Crews, C. Daniel.  “Memoir of Simon Peter      (1743-1819),” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA.: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

David, Zdeněk V. “The Integrity of the Utraquist Church and the Problem of Neo-Utraquism.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 329-352.

 

David, Zdeněk V. “The Utraquists and the Roman Catholic Church, 1575-1609: Institutional Aspects.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 225-260.

 

David, Zdeněk V. “Utraquism’s Liberal Ecclesiology.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 165-188.

 

Dolejšová, Ivana. “Eschatological Elements in Hus’s Understanding of Orthopraxis.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 127-142.

 

Dresser, Madge. “’The Book of Your Own Heart:’ Some Observations on Women’s Spiritual Memoirs in the Eighteenth Century, the Case of the Bristol Moravians.” In Historic Churches and Church Life in Bristol: Essays in Memory of Elizabeth Ralph 1911-2000, Ed. Joseph Bettey. Bristol: Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 2001, p. 134-147.

 

Dreydoppel, Jr, Otto.  “Vernon H. Nelson: A Lebenslauf and Bibliography of his Works.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Edmunds, David. “’This Much Admired Man’: Isaac Glikhikan, Moravian Delaware.” In Ethnographies and Exchanges: Native Americans, Moravians, and Catholics in Early North America. Ed. A. G., Roeber. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008.

 

Engel, Katharine Carté.  “Br. Joseph’s Sermon on the Oeconomie, February 11, 1758.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Engel, Katherine Carté. “‘Commerce That the Lord Could Sanctify and Bless’: Moravian Participation in Transatlantic Trade, 1740-1760.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Engel, Katherine Carté. The Evolution of the Bethlehem Pilgergemeine. In Pietism in Germany and North America 1680-1820. Ed. Jonathan Strom, Hartmut Lehmann, and James Van Horn Melton. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate, 2009.

 

Faull, Katherine M. “The Life of Johann Georg Jungmann (1720-1808): Faith and Providence in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Feest, Christian F. “Moravians and the Development of the Genre of Ethnography.” In Ethnographies and Exchanges: Native Americans, Moravians, and Catholics in Early North America. Ed. A. G., Roeber. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008.

 

Freeman, Arthur. “Zinzendorf’s Theology: A Gift to Enable Life.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Fudge, Thomas. “Feel This! Jan Hus and the Preaching of the Reformation.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 107-126.

 

Fudge, Thomas A. “”More Glory than Blood”: Murder and Martyrdom in the Hussite Crusades.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 117-138.

 

Fudge, Thomas A. “Želivsky’s [needs acute over y] Head: Memory and the New Martyrs Among the Hussites.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 111-132.

 

Gembicki, Dieter. “Pietism and the Enlightenment on the Cross-Roads: A Letter by James Hutton to Johann Jakob Bodmer on the Occasion of        Zinzendorf’s Death.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Grumet, Robert S. “Zeisberger’s Diaries as a Source for Studying Delaware Sociopolitical Organization.” In Ethnographies and Exchanges: Native Americans, Moravians, and Catholics in Early North America. Ed. A. G., Roeber. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008.

 

Halama, Ota. “The Martyrs of Kutná Hora, 1419-1420.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 139-146.

 

Halama, Ota. “What Was Known About Matěj of Janov During the First Four Centuries After His Death.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 33-44.

 

Helan, Pavel. “Mussolini Looks at Jan Hus and the Bohemian Reformation.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 309-316.

 

Herold, Vilém. “Štěpán of Páleč and the Archetypal World of Ideas.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 77-88.

 

Herold, Vilém. “Wyclif’s Ecclesiology and its Prague Context.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 15-30.

 

Hlaváček, Petr. “Beginnings of the Bohemian Reformation in the Northwest: The Waldensians and the Reformers in the Deanery of kadaň at the Turn of the Fourteenth Century.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 43-56.

 

Hlaváček, Petr. “Bohemian Franciscans Between Orthodoxy and Nonconformity at the Turn of the Middle Ages.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 167-190.

 

Hlaváček, Petr. “Confessional Identity of the Bohemian Utraquist Church: The transfer of Priests from the sub una to the sub utraque obedience.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 209-214.

 

Holeton, David R. “Fynes Moryson’s Intinery: A Sixteenth Century English Traveller’s Observations on Bohemia, its Reformation, and its Liturgy.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 379-412.

 

Holeton, David R. “Gregorius presul in Bohemian Liturgy and Iconography: an interdisciplinary study.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 215-246.

 

Holeton, David R. “The Sacramental Theology of Tomáš Štítný.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 57-80.

 

Horníčková, Kateřina. “A Utraquist Church Treasure and its Custodians: A few observations on the lay administration of Utraquist churches.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 189-208.

 

Kaiseer, Siegrun. “Munsee Social Networking and Political Encounters with the Moravian Church.” In Ethnographies and Exchanges: Native Americans, Moravians, and Catholics in Early North America. Ed. A. G., Roeber. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008.

 

Kejř, Jiří. “Teaching on Repentance and Confession in the Bohemian Reformation.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 89-116.

 

Kejř, Jiří. “The Death Penalty during the Bohemian Wars of Religion.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 143-164.

 

Klinkers, Ellen. “Moravian Missions in Times of Emancipation: Conversion of  Slaves in Suriname During the Nineteenth Century.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. by Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Knouse, Nola Reed.  “‘Gott sa zu seiner Zeit’: A Moravian Chorale from the 1544 Gesangbuch der Bruder in Behemen und Merherrn.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. by Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA.: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Kolář, Pavel. “Milíč’s Sermo de die novissimo in its European Context.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 57-64.

 

Kolář, Pavel. “Petr Chelčický’s [needs acute over the “y”] Defense of Sacramental Communion: Response to Mikuláš Biskupec of Tabor.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 133-142.

 

Kopičková, Božena. ““…quod mulieres, que sunt in Christo, in hoc tempore viros in virtutibus antecurrent.” Bohemian Reformers’ Radically New View of Women and Marriage? From the Late Fourteenth Century to 1419.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 81-98.

 

Kras, Pawel. “Polish-Czech Relations in the Hussite Period: Religious Aspects.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 177-192.

 

Kras, Pawel. “Wyclif’s Tradition in Fifteenth Century Poland: The Heresy of Andrzej Galka of Dobczyn.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 191-210.

 

Krmíčková, Helena. “Ultraquism in 1414.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 99-106.

 

Kubíková, Milena. “The Heritic’s Cap of Hus.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 143-150.

 

Kůrka, Pavel B. “How Constantia became Kostice (and vice versa).” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 265-274.

 

Kůrka, Pavel B. “(Self-) Administration of Prague Parishes in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 353-358.

 

McClinton, Rowena. “The Moravian Missionaries of Bethlehem and Salem.” In Ethnographies and Exchanges: Native Americans, Moravians, and Catholics in Early North America. Ed. A. G., Roeber. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008.

 

Mengel, David. “A Monk, A Preacher, and a Jesuit: Making the Life of Milíč.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 33-56.

 

Mengel, David C. “Remembering Bohemia’s Forgotten Patron Saint.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 17-32.

 

Merritt, Jane T. “The Gender Frontier Revisited: Native American Women in the Age of Revolution.” In Ethnographies and Exchanges: Native Americans, Moravians, and Catholics in Early North America. Ed. A. G., Roeber. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008.

 

Meyer, Dietrich. “The Moravian Church as a Theocracy:  The Resolution of the Synod of 1764.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Morée, Peter. “Jan Hus as a Threat to the German Future in Central Europe: The Bohemian Reformer in the Controversy Between Constantin Höfler and František and Palacký.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 295-308.

 

Morée, Peter. “Jan Milíč’s Sermon for Corpus Christi.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 65-76.

 

Morée, Peter. “Not Preaching from the Pulpit, but Marching in the Streets: the Communist use of Jan Hus.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 283-296.

 

Nelson, James D.  “Moravian Fundamentals: Four 18th-Century Doctrinal Definitions.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Neval, Daniel. “As Gold is Purified by Fire”: Comenius’ Understanding of the History of the Unitas Fratrum. In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 433-442.

 

Neval, Daniel. “John Amos Comenius and the Bohemian Reformation: An Analysis of Comenius’s References to the Tradition.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 281-294.

 

Pabian, Peter. “Inventing the Hussite Nation: Liberals, Catholics, and Protestants in Conflict over Czech National Identity.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 275-282.

 

Palmitessa, James R. “The Archbishops of Prague in the Urban Struggles of the Confessional Age.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 261-274.

 

Palmitessa, James, R. “The Knights of the Cross with the Red Star and the Renewal of Ecclesiastical Property in the Pre-White Mountain Age.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 359-370.

 

Peucker, Paul. “A Painter of Christ’s Wounds: Johann Langguth’s Birthday Poem for Johann Jacob Muller, 1744.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Riley, Helene M. Kastinger. “’If you want to be the Lord’s servant, Resign yourself to Confrontation:’ The Pietist Challenge in Early Georgia.” In Pietism in Germany and North America 1680-1820. Ed. Jonathan Strom, Hartmut Lehmann, and James Van Horn Melton. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate, 2009.

 

Roeber, A.G.  “Moravians and the Challenge of Writing a Global History of Diasporic Christianity,” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Rohrer, S. Scott. “New Birth in a New Land:  Evangelical Culture and the         Creation of an American Identity.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Royt, Jan. “The Allegory of Salvation and Sin.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 247-264.

 

Royt, Jan. “The Mining Town of Jáchymov: Reformation and Art.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 305-312.

 

Sedláčková, Kristína. “Jakoubek of Stříbro and the so-called “Sermon in Tyn [needs acute over the y] Church” of 31 January 1417.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 77-86.

 

Seltzer, Joel. “Re-envisioning the Saint’s Life in Utraquist Historical Writing.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 147-166.

 

Sensbach, Jon. “’Don’t Teach My Negroes to Be Pietists:’ Pietism and the Roots of the Black Protestant Church.” In Pietism in Germany and North America 1680-1820. Ed. Jonathan Strom, Hartmut Lehmann, and James Van Horn Melton. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate, 2009.

 

Sensbach, Jon. “Slavery, Race, and the Global Fellowship:  Religious Radicals Confront the Modern Age.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Shirley, Michael. “Moravians, the Market, and a New Order in Salem.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Smaby, Beverly. “‘Other Measures to Keep the Candle Lit:’ The 1752 Transatlantic Travel Diary of Anna Johanna Piesch.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Smaby, Beverly. “‘No One Should Lust for Power.’Dismantling Female Leadership Among Eighteenth-Century Moravians.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Smaby, Beverly. “’Only Brothers should be accepted into this proposed council:’ Restricting Women’s Leadership in Moravian Bethlehem.” In Pietism in Germany and North America 1680-1820. Ed. Jonathan Strom, Hartmut Lehmann, and James Van Horn Melton. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate, 2009.

 

Šmakel, František. “The War of Symbols: The Goose and the Chalice Against the Cross.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 151-160.

 

Smith, Anna. “Unlikely Sisters: Cherokee and Moravian Women in the Early Nineteenth Century.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Sommer, Elisabeth. “Fashion Passion:  The Rhetoric of Dress Within the            Eighteenth-Century Moravian Brethren.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Soukup, Pavel. “Metaphors of the Spiritual Struggle Early in the Bohemian Reformation: The Exegesis of Arma Spiritualia in Hus, Jakoubek, and Chelčický” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 87-110.

 

Turdo, Mark A. “A Different Kind of Christian Indian Conversion Account:  The Financial Record of Abraham in Gnadenhutten.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003.  

 

Uhlíř, Zdeněk. “The Anonymous Treatise De suffragiis Defunctorum in the Catholic and Utraquist Context.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 161-176.

 

Uhlíř, Zdeněk. “The Bohemian Reformation: Sanctity and/or Piety.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 13-32.

 

Vlhová-Wörner, Hana. “Bohemian Utraquists’ Repertory of Proper Tropes.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 313-328.

 

Vogt, Peter. “Nicholas Ludwig von Zinzendorf (1700-1760).” In The Pietist Theologians. An Introduction to Theology in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. Ed. Carter Lindberg. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2005, p. 207-223.

 

Vogt, Peter. “Zinzendorf’s Theology of the Sabbath.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Všetečková, Zuzana. “The Utraquist Decorations of the Mráz House in Litoměřice.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 413-432.

 

Walker, Mack.  Imperial Communities.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Weber, Julie Tomberlin. “Translation as a Prism: Broadening the Spectrum of Eighteenth-Century Identity.” In Ethnographies and Exchanges: Native Americans, Moravians, and Catholics in Early North America. Ed. A. G., Roeber. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008.

 

Wellenreuther, Hermann. “The Succession of Head Chiefs and the Delaware Culture of Consent: The Delaware Nation, David Zeisberger, and Modern Ethnography.” In Ethnographies and Exchanges: Native Americans, Moravians, and Catholics in Early North America. Ed. A. G., Roeber. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008.

 

Wernisch, Martin. “A Sixteenth-Century Monument of Brethren Theology.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 371-378.

 

Wessel, Carola.  “Connecting Congregations: The Net of Communication Among the Moravians as Exemplified by the Interaction Between Pennsylvania, the Upper Ohio Valley, and Germany (1772-1774).” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

White, Grant. “History of the Liturgy of the Unity of the Brethren: The State of the Question.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 275-280.

 

Wilson, Renate. “Moravian Physicians and Their Medicine in Colonial North America: European Models and Colonial Reality,” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Wokeck, Marianne, S. “The Role of the Pastor’s Wife in the Pioneering Generation of Protestant German- Speaking Clergy in the American Colonies,” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Woodward, Walter W. “’Incline Your Second Ear This Way’: Song as a Cultural Mediator in Moravian Mission Towns.” In Ethnographies and Exchanges: Native Americans, Moravians, and Catholics in Early North America. Ed. A. G., Roeber. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008.

 

 

Journal Articles:

Atwood, Craig D. “Spangenberg: A Radical Pietist in Colonial America.” Journal of Moravian 4 (2008): 7-27.

 

Atwood, Craig D. “The Passion of the Christ and Christian Devotion from a Moravian Perspective,” The Covenant Quarterly 63 (2005): 16-28.

 

Atwood, Craig D. “Understanding Zinzendorf’s Blood and Wounds Theology,” Journal of Moravian History, 1 (2006): 31-47.

 

Blewitt, Paul and Simon Reynolds. “The Moravian Church Archives and Library.” Journal of the Society of Archivists 22 (2001): 193-203.

 

Crews, C. Daniel. “The Writing of With Courage for the Future.Journal of Moravian History 1 (2006): 49-64.

 

Davies, K. and M.K. Schuchard. “Recovering the Lost Moravian History of William Blake’s Family.” Blake –Albuquerque Then Rochester 38 (2004): 36-42.

 

Ditchfield, G.M. “A Description of the Moravian Settlement of Zeist, 1760.” Notes and Queries 51 (2004): 48-51.

 

Faull, Katherine M. “Christ’s Other Self: Gender, the Body, and Religion in the Eighteen-Century Moravian Church.” Covenant Quarterly 62 (2004): 28-41.

 

Faull, Katherine M.  “Relating Sister’s Lives: Moravian Women’s Writings from 18th Century America.” Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society 31 (2000): 11-27.

 

Ferguson, Leland. “What Means “Gottes Acker”? Leading and Misleading Translations of Salem Records.” Journal of Moravian History 5 (2008): 69-87.

 

Ferguson, T.C. “The Moravian Episcopate and the Episcopal Church” Anglican and Episcopal History 71 (2002): 498-518.

 

Fogleman, Aaron Spencer. “Jesus is Female: The Moravian Challenge in the German Communities of British North America,” The William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series. 60 (2003): 295-332.

 

Frank, Albert H. “West Salem, Illinois: A Different Story.” Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society 31 (2000): 47-62.

 

Freeman, Robin. “Gordon Klein: Moravian Composer.” Tempo 59 (2005): 2-18.

 

Gallagher, Robert. “The Integration of Mission Theology and Practice: Zinzendorf and the Early Moravians.” Mission Studies 25 (2008): 185-210.

 

Graf, Lanie. “John Frederick Hintz: Eighteenth-Century Moravian Instrument Maker, and the Use of the Cittern in Moravian Worship.” Journal of Moravian History 5 (2008): 7-39.

 

Jackson, Robin. “The Camphill Movement: The Moravian Dimension.” Journal of Moravian History 5 (2008): 89-100.

 

Jones, George Fenwick. “A Plea for Ecumenical Understanding in Defense of Count Zinzendorf.” Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society 31 (2000): 77-80.

 

Kidd, Thomas S. “Moravian Radicals and the Gender of God.” Reviews in American History 36 (2008): 153-159.

 

Knouse, Nola Reed. “Moravian Music: Introduction, Theme, and Variations.” Journal of Moravian History 2 (2007): 36-54.

 

Libin, Laurence. “The Memoirs of David Tannenberg.” Journal of Moravian History 2 (2007): 118-134

 

Malcolm, Noel. “Comenius, Boyle, Oldenburg, and the Translation of the Bible into Turkish.” Church History and Religious Culture 87 (2007): 327-362.

 

Malcolm, Noel. “Comenius, the conversion of the Turks, and the Muslim-Christian Debate on the Corruption of Scripture.” Church History and Religious Culture 87 (2007): 477-508.

 

Mason, John. “Peter Brown of Bethlehem and the Revival of the Moravian Mission in Antigua 1770-1780.” Journal of Moravian History 5 (2008): 41-67.

 

Mettele, Gisela. “Constructions of the Religious Self: Moravian Conversion and Transatlantic Communication.” Journal of Moravian History 2 (2007): 7-35.

 

Nelson, Vernon H. “An Admirable Draughtsman: Benjamin Henry Latrobe’s Moravian Background,” Unitas Fratrum 49/50 (2002), 115-130.

 

Podmore, Colin. “The Moravians and the Evangelical Revival in England: 1738-1748.” Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society 31: (2000): 29-45.

 

Podmore, Colin.  “Zinzendorf and the English Moravians,” Journal of Moravian History 3 (2007): 31-50.

 

Peucker, Paul. “‘Inspired by Flames of Love’: Homosexuality, Mysticism, and Moravian Brothers around 1750.” Journal of the History of Sexuality 15 (2006): 30-64.

 

Peucker, Paul. “The Songs of the Sifting: Understanding the Role of Bridal Mysticism in Moravian Piety During the Late 1740s.” Journal of Moravian History. 3 (2007): 51-87.

 

Peucker, Paul. “Translation of a letter by David Nitschmann, New York Jan. 19, 1741, about the settlement of Moravians on the Lehigh River.” Journal of Moravian History 1 (2006): 65-74

 

Podmore, C. “Historian’s Debate: “The Moravian Episcopate and the Episcopal Church”: A Personal Response.” Anglican and Episcopal History 72 (2003): 351-384.

 

 

Richards, Helen. “Distant Garden: Moravian Missions and the Culture of Slavery in the Danish West Indies, 1732-1848.” Journal of Moravian History 2 (2007): 55-74.

 

Richter, Hedwig. “De-Nazification, Socialism and Solidarity: Re-Establishing International Relations in the Moravian Church after 1945.” Journal of Moravian History 3 (2007), 7-29.

 

Schattschneider, David A. “A 250-Year-Old Mystery: the Disappearance of J. C. Erhardt in Labrador.” Journal of Moravian History 2 (2007): 76-89.

 

Schuchard, M.K. “Young William Blake and the Moravian Tradition of Visionary Art.” Blake –Albuquerque Then Rochester 40 (2006): 84-99.

 

Sensbach, Jon F. “Race and the Early Moravian Church: A Comparative Perspective.” Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society 31 (2000): 1-10. 

 

Smith, Jewel A. Academic and Music Curricula in Nineteenth-Century American Women’s Education: A Comparison of the Moravian Young Ladies’ Seminary and Nazareth Hall The Musical Quarterly 90 (2007): 275-306.

 

Turdo, Mark A. “May Love Set You to Spinning: A Sketch of 18th-Century Moravian Textile Production in Bethlehem and Nazareth, Pennsylvania.” Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society 31 (2000): 63-75.

 

Vogt, Peter. “Continuity and Change: The Moravian Music Tradition in Germany from 1865 to 1907.” Journal of Moravian History 3 (2007): 89-99.

 

Vogt, Peter, “’Ehereligion:’ The Moravian Theory and Practice of Marriage as Point of Contention in the Conflict between Ephrata and Bethlehem,” Communal Societies 21 (2001), 37-48.

 

Vogt, Peter. ““Everywhere at Home”: The Eighteenth-Century Moravian Movement as a Transatlantic Religious Community.” Journal of Moravian History 1 (2006): 7-29.

 

Vogt, Peter.  “The Moravian Music Tradition in Germany: Continuity and Change from 1865 to 1907.” Journal of Moravian History 3 (2007): 89-99.

 

Wheeler, R. ““Der Schonste Schmuck”: Mahican Appropriations of Moravian Blood and Wounds Theology.” Covenant Quarterly 63 (2005): 20-34.

 

Yonan, Jonathan. “Archbishop Herring, Anti-Catholicism, and the Moravian Church.” Journal of Moravian History 4 (2008): 28-43.

Moravian Scholarship in the Twenty-first Century

(English-language works only)

Prepared by Andrew Heil, Wake Forest University School of Divinity

 

Primary Sources

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Frueauff, John Frederick. Freddy’s War: The Civil War Letters of John Frederick Frueauff. Ed. Daniel R. Gilbert. Bethlehem, PA: Moravian College, 2006.

 

Gambold, Anna Rosina and John Gambold. The Moravian Springplace Mission to the Cherokees. Tr. Julie Tomberlin Weber. Ed. Rowena McClinton. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, 2007.

 

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Starbuck, Richard W. and Lu Newman. Ghosts of Salem and Other Tales. Winston-Salem, NC: Moravian Archives, 2002.

 

Walling, Richard S. David Zeisberger. Names of Victims killed in Gnadenhutten on March 7 & 8, 1782. Bethlehem, PA: Moravian Archives, 2005.

 

Weber, Julie Tomberlin. “‘Our dear Mama’: Zinzendorf’s Memoir of Erdmuth Dorothea.” Journal of Moravian History 4 (2008): 45-94.

 

Zeisberger, David. The Moravian Mission Diaries of David Zeisberger, 1771-1781. Ed. Harmann Wellenreuther and Carola Wessel, and Tr. Julie T. Weber. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2005.

 

Zinzendorf, Nikolaus Ludwig. A Collection of Sermons from Zinzendorf’s Pennsylvania Journey. Tr. Julie Weber. Ed. Craig D Atwood. Bethlehem, PA: Moravian Church Publications Office, 2001.

 

Books, Pamphlets. Dissertations, and Theses

Anstadt, P. Luther, Zinzendorf, and Wesley: An account of John Wesley’s Conversion through Hearing Luther’s Preface to the Epistle to the Romans read in a Moravian Prayer Meeting in London, England: To which is added a New Translation of Luther’s Preface. Fort Worth, Texas: RDMc Publishing, 2005.

 

Atwood, Craig D. Community of the Cross: Moravian Piety in Colonial Bethlehem. University Park, PA: Penn State University Press, 2004.

 

Atwood, Craig D. Jesus Still Lead On: An Introduction to Moravian Belief. Bethlehem, PA: Interprovincial Board of Communication, Moravian Church in America, 2004.

 

Atwood, Craig D. and Richard W. Starbuck. Interpreting Home Church and Moravians: A Manuel for Volunteers. Winston-Salem, NC: Home Moravian Church, 2005.

 

Atwood, Craig D. and Peter Vogt, eds. The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture: Essays and Documents in Moravian History in Honor of Vernon H. Nelson on his Seventieth Birthday. Nazareth, PA.: Moravian Historical Society, 2003.

 

August Karel Thomas. The Quest for Being Public Church: A Study of the South American Moravian Church in Historical and Contemporary Perspective. South Africa: University of Stellenbosch: Th.D. Thesis, 2003.

 

Beachy, Robert and Gillespie, Michele, eds. Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Best, Violet. Ballinderry Moravian Church, 1750-2000. Lisburn, Northern Ireland: Ballinderry Moravian Church, 2000.

 

Beszterda, Rafal. Moravians in Ladakh, Lahul and Kinnaur. Poznań: Polish Academy of Sciences Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, 2002.

 

Bingham, Anna Deborah. A Universal Thread Spun and Broken: The Pansophic Vision of John Amos Comenius and Samuel Hartlib. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University B.A. Thesis, 2006.

 

Bovet, Felix and T. Alexander Seed. Count Zinzendorf: A Nobleman with a Heavenly Vision. Hampton, TN: Harvey Christian Publishers, 2000.

 

Bower, Jennifer Bean.  Moravians in North Carolina.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia Publishers, 2006.

 

Burkhart, Mary L. Evaluating the Spiritual Renewal of the Moravian Church in Honduras. Ashland, OH: Ashland Theological Seminary: D. Min. Thesis, 2006.

 

Burton, Frances. Ephraim Moravian Church, 1853-2003: A Celebration in Words and Pictures. Ephraim, Wisconsin: Ephraim Moravian Church, 2003.

 

Cary, Henry C. Hoffnungsthal: The Archaeology and Architecture of the First Moravian Mission to the Labrador Inuit, 1752. Newfoundland, Canada: Memorial University of Newfoundland, M.A. Thesis, 2004.

 

Christopher, Dion T.A. A Strategy for the Renewal of Worship in the Moravian Church in the United States Virgin Islands. Pasadena, CA: Fuller Theological Seminary: D. Min. Thesis, 2004.

 

Chun, Doo-Seung. Unity and Mission: Moravian Case Study and Implications for the Mission Associations of Local Churches in Korea. Pasadena, CA: Fuller Theological Seminary: D.Miss. Thesis, 2003.

 

Couch, M. Blair, and Graham H. Rights. What We Believe: A Glimpse at Moravian Theology. Bethlehem: Interprovincial Woman’s Board, 2006.

 

Crews, C. Daniel. Confessing our Unity in Christ: Historical and Theological Background to “The Ground of the Unity.” Winston-Salem, North Carolina: Moravian Church. Southern Province, 2000

 

Crews, C. Daniel. Faith and Tears: The Moravian Mission among the Cherokee. Winston-Salem, NC: Moravian Archives, 2000.

 

Crews, Daniel C. Faith, Hope, and Love: A History of the Unitas Fratrum. Winston-Salem, NC: Moravian Archives, 2008.

 

Crews, C. Daniel. This We Most Certainly Believe: Thoughts on Moravian Theology. Winston-Salem, NC: Moravian Archives, 2005.

 

Crews, C. Daniel. What is Was, Was Jesus. Winston-Salem, NC: Moravian Archives, 2003.

 

Crews, C. Daniel and Richard W. Starbuck. With Courage for the Future : The Story of the Moravian Church, Southern Province. Winston-Salem, NC: Moravian Church in America, Southern Province, 2002.

 

David, Zdeněk V. and David R. Holeton, eds. The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002.

 

David, Zdeněk V. and David R. Holeton, eds. The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004.

 

David, Zdeněk V. and David R. Holeton, eds. The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005.

 

David, Zdeněk V. and David R. Holeton, eds. The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007.

 

Ebenezer Moravian Church. Ebenezer Moravian Church, 1853-2003; 150th Anniversary Commemorative Book. Watertown, Wisconsin: Ebenezer Moravian Church, 2003.

 

Ellsworth, Jane Elizabeth. The Clarinet in Early America, 1758-1820. Columbus: Ohio State University: Ph.D. Thesis, 2004.

 

Engel, Katherine Carté. Religion and Profit: Moravians in Early America. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009.

 

Eyerly, Sarah. ‘Singing from the Heart:’ Memorization and Improvisation in an Eighteenth-Century Utopian Community. University of California, Davis: PhD dissertation, 2007.

 

Fogleman, Aaron. Jesus is Female: Moravians and Radical Religion in Early America. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2007.

 

Frack, Kevin C. The Foundation of our Faith: Preparation for Membership in the Moravian Church. Bethlehem, PA: Interprovincial Board of Communication, Moravian Church in North America, 2007.

 

Frank, Albert H. Companion to the 1995 Moravian Book of Worship. Winston-Salem, NC: Moravian Music Foundation, 2004.

 

Geiger, Erika. Countess Erdmuth Dorothea von Zinzendorf. Tr. Irene Geiger. Niesky:  Gudrun Schiewe, 2000.

 

Geiger, Erika. Erdmuth Dorothea Countess von Zinzendorf: Noble Servant. Tr. Julie Tomberlin Weber.  Winston-Salem, NC: J. F. Blair Publishing, 2006.

 

Gillespie, Michele and Robert Beachy. Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Hardin, Jon E. Count Nicholas Ludwig von Zinzendorf’s theology of missions in relation to mobilizing the church for missions. Denver, CO: Denver Theological Seminary: D.Min. Thesis, 2005.

 

Hatcher, Oeida M. The Moravian Influence on American Music Education in Colonial America: 1740-1860. Winchester, VA: Shenandoah University: M.S. Thesis, 2000.

 

Hewson, Eileen. Moravian Graveyards: India and Jamaica, 1755-1971. England: Kabristan Archives, 2007.

 

Hills, Archie Chalmers. David Zeisberger (1721-1808): his Missionary labours amongst the Red Indians of New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, and Southern Ontario, north of Lake Erie. Birmingham Christian College, Federal University of Wales: M.A. Thesis, 2000.

 

Hobrlant, Vladimír. The Golden Age in the Netherlands and Johan Amos Comenius. Naarden: Hobrlant, 2001.

 

Holmes Elizabeth A. “In all things, Love”: the Legacy of the Women who influenced the Establishment of Salem. Winston-Salem, NC: Wake Forest University: M.A. Thesis, 2007.

 

Hope Moravian Chruch.  Hope Moravian Church: 225th Anniversary “Memorabilia from 225 Years of Love. Winston-Salem, NC: Moravian Archives: Hope Moravian Church, 2006.

 

Hutton, J.E. A History of the Moravian Church. Charleston, SC: BiblioBazaar, 2006.

 

Jarvis, Dale Gilbert. Architectural Change and Architectural Meaning in Moravian Labrador. Newfoundland, Canada: Memorial University of Newfoundland, M.A. Thesis, 2001.

 

Jensz, Felicity. Collecting Cultures for God: German Moravian Missionaries and the British Colony of Victoria, Australia, 1848-1908. University of Melbourne: Ph.D. Thesis, 2007.

 

Johnson, Michael Egerton. Towards the development of a Caring Ministry for Moravian Ministers in Jamaica. Decatur, GA: Columbia Theological Seminary: D.Min. Thesis, 2000.

 

Knapp, Matthew Robert. Integrating Confirmation Education with Early Communion Training as a part of the Faith Development Program of the Sturgeon Bay Moravian Church. St. Paul, MN: Bethel Theological Seminary; D.Min. Thesis, 2002.

 

Knouse, Nola Reed. The Music of the Moravian Church in America. Rochester, New York: University of Rochester Press, 2008

 

Kuras, Benjamin. Restoring Comenius. Prague: Ideál, 2007.

 

Lampe, Armando. Mission or Submission?: Moravian and Catholic Missionaries in the Dutch Caribbean during the 19th Century. Göttingen, Germany: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2001.

 

Larson, Paul. An American Musical Dynasty: A Biography of the Wolle Family of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Bethlehem, PA: Lehigh University Press, 2002.

 

Leto, Jason. Gender, Sex, and Emotion: the Moravian Litany of the Wounds. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University: M.A. Thesis, 2007.

 

Lineback, Emily Sarah. Preserving the Past: Salem Moravians’ Receipts and Rituals. Boonville, NC: Carolina Avenue Press, 2003.

 

Locke, Joseph. Shielded by Necessity: A Look at Moravians in Wachovia during the Revolutionary War Years. Harrisonburg, VA: James Madison University: M.A. Thesis, 2007.

 

Martin, John Hill. Historical Sketch of Bethlehem in Pennsylvania: with some Account of the Moravian Church. Salem, MA: Higginson Book Company, 2008.

 

Martynychey, Andrey. Comenius and his Theory of Pansophism. Newberg, OR: George Fox University: M.A.T. Thesis, 2006.

 

Mason, J.C.S.  The Moravian Church and the Missionary Awakening in England, 1760-1800.       Rochester, NY: Boydell Press, 2001.

 

Maul, Jessica. Moravian Missions to the Delaware Indians, 1792-1812. Williamsburg, VA: College of William and Mary: M.A. Thesis, 2001.

 

Milligan, Fred J. Compassionate Revolutionaries: The Moravian Ancestors of George W. Bush. Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2001.

 

Moravian Church of Lake Auburn. Sesquicentennial Anniversary of the Moravian Church of Lake Auburn: Victoria, Minnesota. Victoria, MN: Moravian Church of Lake Auburn, 2008.

 

Muckle, James Y. Bold Shall I Stand: The Education of Young Women in the Moravian Settlement at Ockbrook since 1799. Ockbrook, Derbyshire: Ockbrook School, 2000.

 

Musomba, Angetile Yesaya. The Moravian Church in Tanzania Southern Province: A Short History.  Nairobi: Francais de Recherche en Afrique, 2005.

 

New Herrnhut Moravian Church. New Herrnhut Moravian Church, the Oldest Moravian Church in the Western Hemisphere, 1737-2007: Charting the Course 270 Years and Beyond. St. Thomas, Virgin Islands: New Herrnhut Moravian Church, 2007.

 

Nickel, Robert. Liturgies for the Moravian Worship Service. Sturgeon Bay, WI: Sturgeon Bay Moravian Church, 2008.

 

Nicholas, Stephen Oliver. The Moravian Way of Evangelism: A Study, Discussion, and Action Guide for Congregations. Bethlehem, PA: Interprovincial Board of Communication, Moravian Church in North America, 2004.

 

Nigrelli, Christopher Charles. More musical Contributions of the Salem, North Carolina Moravian Community in the Civil War: An Investigation of the Musical Activities of the Bands of the 21st, 26th, and 33rd North Carolina Regiments. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: D.M.A. Thesis, 2003.

 

Nzova, Nkaisule. Theological Education by Extension: a Proposal for Improving the quality of Pastoral Ministry in the Moravian Church in Tanzania/South West Province: A Dissertations/Project. San Francisco, CA: San Francisco Theological Seminary: D.Min. Thesis, 2000.

 

Roeber, A. G., ed. Ethnographies and Exchanges: Native Americans, Moravians, and Catholics in Early North America. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008.

 

Rohrer, S. Scott. Hope’s Promise: Religion and Acculturation in the Southern Backcountry.  Tuscaloosa, AL: The University of Alabama Press, 2005.

 

Rollmann, Hans. Labrador through Moravian Eyes: 250 years of Art, Photographs, & Records. St. John’s, Newfoundland: Special Celebrations Corp. of Newfoundland and Labrador, Inc., Dept. of Tourism, Culture and Recreation, 2002.

 

Sawyer, Edwin A. All About the Moravians: History, Beliefs, and Practices of a Worldwide Church. Second Edition, Revised by Robert E. Sawyer. Bethlehem and Winston-Salem: Moravian Church in America, 2008.

 

Schneider, Hans.  German Radical Pietism.  Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, 2007.

 

Sensbach, Jon F.  Rebecca’s Revival: Creating Black Christianity in the Atlantic World.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2005.

 

Smith, Jewel A. Music, Women, and Pianos in Antebellum Bethlehem, Pennsylvania: The Moravian Young Ladies’ Seminary. Bethlehem, PA: Lehigh University Press, 2008.

 

Sommer, Elisabeth Watkins. Serving Two Masters: Moravian Brethren in Germany and North Carolina, 1727-1801. Lexington, KY: University of Kentucky Press, 2000.

 

South, Stanley A. Historical Archaeology in Wachovia Excavating Eighteenth-Century Bethabara and Moravian Pottery. New York, NY: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2002.

 

Stanley, Keith. Christian Spirituality and Same-Gender Relationship: A Moravian Perspective. Bethlehem, PA: Sanctuary, 2000.

 

Stead, Geoffrey and Margaret Stead. The Exotic Plant: A History of the Moravian Church in Britain, 1742-2000. Werrington, United Kingdom: Epworth Press. 2003.

 

Strom, Jonathan, Hartmut Lehmann, and James Van Horn Melton, eds. Pietism in Germany and North America 1680-1820. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate, 2009.

 

Sweitzer, Vangie Roby. Tunes for Praise: The Bethlehem Area Moravian Trombone Choir, 1754-2004. Bethlehem, PA: Central Moravian Church, 2004.

 

Theile, Dorothee. Morning Star, O’ Cheering Sight: The Moravian Star and its History. Herrnhut, Germany: Comenius-Buchhandlung, 2008.

 

Thompson, Livingstone A. Harmony, Modesty, Dialogue: A Moravian Contribution towards the Development of Religious Pluralism. University of Dublin, Trinity College: Ph.D. Thesis, 2003.

 

Thompson, Livingstone A. Moravians and Muslims: What Can Moravians Truly Say? University of Dublin, Trinity College: M. Phil. Thesis, 2000.

 

Tobdan, C. Dorje. Moravian Missionaries in Western Trans-Himalaya: Lahul, Ladakh, and Kinnaur. New Delhi: Kaveri Books, 2008.

 

Traupman-Carr, Carol A. “Pleasing for our Use”: David Tannenburg and the Organs of The Moravians. Bethlehem, PA: Lehigh University Press, 2000.

 

Turdo, Mark A. A Great Many Years in Quiet and Peace: Community and Conflict In the Lehigh Valley during The French and Indian War: A Thesis Project. Oneonta, NY: SUNY College at Oneonta, M.A. Thesis, 2006.

 

Turdo Mark A. and Susan M. Dreydoppel. A Spirit of Confusion: The French and Indian War in Moravian Nazareth. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Hall Square Museum Craft Shop, 2005.

 

Turdo, Mark A. Nazareth’s Underground: A Search through the Passages of Time. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Hall Square Museum Craft Shop, 2003.

 

Wagner, Walter H. The Zinzendorf-Muhlenberg Encounter: A Controversy in Search of Understanding. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2002.

 

Ward, Kay. Heading Home. Bethlehem, PA: Interprovincial Board of Communication, Moravian Church in North America, 2005.

 

Ward, Kay. Of Seasons & Sparrows. Bethlehem, PA: Interprovincial Board of Communication, Moravian Church in America, 2000.

 

Wheeler, Rachel M. To Live Upon Hope: Mohicans and Missionaries in the Eighteenth-Century Northeast. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 2008.

 

Wiemann, Shawn G. Jesus as Guardian Spirit: The Formation of Moravian Delaware Christianity. Williamsburg, VA: College of William and Mary: M.A. Thesis, 2003.

 

Wright, Trudi Vorp. Moravian Hymnody: Transmissions and Traditions. Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State University: M.M. Thesis, 2001.

 

Yonan, Jonathan. Evangelicalism and Enlightenment: The Moravian Experience in England, c. 1750-1800. University of Oxford: Ph.D. Dissertation, 2007.

 

Zeisberger, Petra. David Zeisberger: Missionary and early Philologist. Universität Graz: M.A. Thesis, 2005.

 

 

Chapters within Books:

Atwood, Craig D. “Deep in the Side of Jesus:  The Persistence of Zinzendorfian Piety in Colonial America.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Atwood, Craig D.  “Interpreting and Misinterpreting the Sichtungszeit.” In Neue Aspekte der Zinzendorf-Forschung. Ed. Martin Brecht and Paul Peucker. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2006.

 

Atwood, Craig D. “Separatism, Ecumenism, and Pacifism: the Bohemian and Moravian Brethren in the Confessional Age.” In Confessionalism and Pietism: Religious Reform in Early Modern Europe. Ed. Fred Van Lieburg. Mainz: Philipp Von Zabern, 2006.

 

Atwood, Craig D.  “Theology in Song: Daily Litanies in the Eighteenth-Century Moravian Church.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Bartlová, Milena. “Conflict, Tolerance, Representation, and Competition: A Confessional Profile of Bohemian Late Gothic Art.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 255-266.

 

Bartlová, Milena. “The Utraquist Church and the Visual Arts Before Luther.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 215-224.

 

Beachy, Robert.“Manuscript Missions in the Age of the Moravian Community in the Atlantic World.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Beaver, Emily Conrad. “Piety and Profit: Moravians in the North Carolina Backcountry Market, 1770-1818,” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Bílková, Milena. “Depiction of the Last Supper under Utraquism.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 285-304.

 

Caldwell, Alice M.  “The Memoir of Johann Christian Till (1762-1844).” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Crews, C. Daniel.  “Memoir of Simon Peter      (1743-1819),” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA.: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

David, Zdeněk V. “The Integrity of the Utraquist Church and the Problem of Neo-Utraquism.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 329-352.

 

David, Zdeněk V. “The Utraquists and the Roman Catholic Church, 1575-1609: Institutional Aspects.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 225-260.

 

David, Zdeněk V. “Utraquism’s Liberal Ecclesiology.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 165-188.

 

Dolejšová, Ivana. “Eschatological Elements in Hus’s Understanding of Orthopraxis.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 127-142.

 

Dresser, Madge. “’The Book of Your Own Heart:’ Some Observations on Women’s Spiritual Memoirs in the Eighteenth Century, the Case of the Bristol Moravians.” In Historic Churches and Church Life in Bristol: Essays in Memory of Elizabeth Ralph 1911-2000, Ed. Joseph Bettey. Bristol: Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 2001, p. 134-147.

 

Dreydoppel, Jr, Otto.  “Vernon H. Nelson: A Lebenslauf and Bibliography of his Works.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Edmunds, David. “’This Much Admired Man’: Isaac Glikhikan, Moravian Delaware.” In Ethnographies and Exchanges: Native Americans, Moravians, and Catholics in Early North America. Ed. A. G., Roeber. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008.

 

Engel, Katharine Carté.  “Br. Joseph’s Sermon on the Oeconomie, February 11, 1758.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Engel, Katherine Carté. “‘Commerce That the Lord Could Sanctify and Bless’: Moravian Participation in Transatlantic Trade, 1740-1760.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Engel, Katherine Carté. The Evolution of the Bethlehem Pilgergemeine. In Pietism in Germany and North America 1680-1820. Ed. Jonathan Strom, Hartmut Lehmann, and James Van Horn Melton. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate, 2009.

 

Faull, Katherine M. “The Life of Johann Georg Jungmann (1720-1808): Faith and Providence in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Feest, Christian F. “Moravians and the Development of the Genre of Ethnography.” In Ethnographies and Exchanges: Native Americans, Moravians, and Catholics in Early North America. Ed. A. G., Roeber. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008.

 

Freeman, Arthur. “Zinzendorf’s Theology: A Gift to Enable Life.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Fudge, Thomas. “Feel This! Jan Hus and the Preaching of the Reformation.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 107-126.

 

Fudge, Thomas A. “”More Glory than Blood”: Murder and Martyrdom in the Hussite Crusades.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 117-138.

 

Fudge, Thomas A. “Želivsky’s [needs acute over y] Head: Memory and the New Martyrs Among the Hussites.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 111-132.

 

Gembicki, Dieter. “Pietism and the Enlightenment on the Cross-Roads: A Letter by James Hutton to Johann Jakob Bodmer on the Occasion of        Zinzendorf’s Death.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Grumet, Robert S. “Zeisberger’s Diaries as a Source for Studying Delaware Sociopolitical Organization.” In Ethnographies and Exchanges: Native Americans, Moravians, and Catholics in Early North America. Ed. A. G., Roeber. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008.

 

Halama, Ota. “The Martyrs of Kutná Hora, 1419-1420.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 139-146.

 

Halama, Ota. “What Was Known About Matěj of Janov During the First Four Centuries After His Death.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 33-44.

 

Helan, Pavel. “Mussolini Looks at Jan Hus and the Bohemian Reformation.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 309-316.

 

Herold, Vilém. “Štěpán of Páleč and the Archetypal World of Ideas.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 77-88.

 

Herold, Vilém. “Wyclif’s Ecclesiology and its Prague Context.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 15-30.

 

Hlaváček, Petr. “Beginnings of the Bohemian Reformation in the Northwest: The Waldensians and the Reformers in the Deanery of kadaň at the Turn of the Fourteenth Century.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 43-56.

 

Hlaváček, Petr. “Bohemian Franciscans Between Orthodoxy and Nonconformity at the Turn of the Middle Ages.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 167-190.

 

Hlaváček, Petr. “Confessional Identity of the Bohemian Utraquist Church: The transfer of Priests from the sub una to the sub utraque obedience.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 209-214.

 

Holeton, David R. “Fynes Moryson’s Intinery: A Sixteenth Century English Traveller’s Observations on Bohemia, its Reformation, and its Liturgy.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 379-412.

 

Holeton, David R. “Gregorius presul in Bohemian Liturgy and Iconography: an interdisciplinary study.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 215-246.

 

Holeton, David R. “The Sacramental Theology of Tomáš Štítný.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 57-80.

 

Horníčková, Kateřina. “A Utraquist Church Treasure and its Custodians: A few observations on the lay administration of Utraquist churches.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 189-208.

 

Kaiseer, Siegrun. “Munsee Social Networking and Political Encounters with the Moravian Church.” In Ethnographies and Exchanges: Native Americans, Moravians, and Catholics in Early North America. Ed. A. G., Roeber. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008.

 

Kejř, Jiří. “Teaching on Repentance and Confession in the Bohemian Reformation.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 89-116.

 

Kejř, Jiří. “The Death Penalty during the Bohemian Wars of Religion.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 143-164.

 

Klinkers, Ellen. “Moravian Missions in Times of Emancipation: Conversion of  Slaves in Suriname During the Nineteenth Century.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. by Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Knouse, Nola Reed.  “‘Gott sa zu seiner Zeit’: A Moravian Chorale from the 1544 Gesangbuch der Bruder in Behemen und Merherrn.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. by Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA.: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Kolář, Pavel. “Milíč’s Sermo de die novissimo in its European Context.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 57-64.

 

Kolář, Pavel. “Petr Chelčický’s [needs acute over the “y”] Defense of Sacramental Communion: Response to Mikuláš Biskupec of Tabor.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 133-142.

 

Kopičková, Božena. ““…quod mulieres, que sunt in Christo, in hoc tempore viros in virtutibus antecurrent.” Bohemian Reformers’ Radically New View of Women and Marriage? From the Late Fourteenth Century to 1419.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 81-98.

 

Kras, Pawel. “Polish-Czech Relations in the Hussite Period: Religious Aspects.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 177-192.

 

Kras, Pawel. “Wyclif’s Tradition in Fifteenth Century Poland: The Heresy of Andrzej Galka of Dobczyn.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 191-210.

 

Krmíčková, Helena. “Ultraquism in 1414.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 99-106.

 

Kubíková, Milena. “The Heritic’s Cap of Hus.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 143-150.

 

Kůrka, Pavel B. “How Constantia became Kostice (and vice versa).” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 265-274.

 

Kůrka, Pavel B. “(Self-) Administration of Prague Parishes in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 353-358.

 

McClinton, Rowena. “The Moravian Missionaries of Bethlehem and Salem.” In Ethnographies and Exchanges: Native Americans, Moravians, and Catholics in Early North America. Ed. A. G., Roeber. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008.

 

Mengel, David. “A Monk, A Preacher, and a Jesuit: Making the Life of Milíč.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 33-56.

 

Mengel, David C. “Remembering Bohemia’s Forgotten Patron Saint.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 17-32.

 

Merritt, Jane T. “The Gender Frontier Revisited: Native American Women in the Age of Revolution.” In Ethnographies and Exchanges: Native Americans, Moravians, and Catholics in Early North America. Ed. A. G., Roeber. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008.

 

Meyer, Dietrich. “The Moravian Church as a Theocracy:  The Resolution of the Synod of 1764.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Morée, Peter. “Jan Hus as a Threat to the German Future in Central Europe: The Bohemian Reformer in the Controversy Between Constantin Höfler and František and Palacký.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 295-308.

 

Morée, Peter. “Jan Milíč’s Sermon for Corpus Christi.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 65-76.

 

Morée, Peter. “Not Preaching from the Pulpit, but Marching in the Streets: the Communist use of Jan Hus.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 283-296.

 

Nelson, James D.  “Moravian Fundamentals: Four 18th-Century Doctrinal Definitions.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Neval, Daniel. “As Gold is Purified by Fire”: Comenius’ Understanding of the History of the Unitas Fratrum. In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 433-442.

 

Neval, Daniel. “John Amos Comenius and the Bohemian Reformation: An Analysis of Comenius’s References to the Tradition.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 281-294.

 

Pabian, Peter. “Inventing the Hussite Nation: Liberals, Catholics, and Protestants in Conflict over Czech National Identity.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 275-282.

 

Palmitessa, James R. “The Archbishops of Prague in the Urban Struggles of the Confessional Age.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 261-274.

 

Palmitessa, James, R. “The Knights of the Cross with the Red Star and the Renewal of Ecclesiastical Property in the Pre-White Mountain Age.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 359-370.

 

Peucker, Paul. “A Painter of Christ’s Wounds: Johann Langguth’s Birthday Poem for Johann Jacob Muller, 1744.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Riley, Helene M. Kastinger. “’If you want to be the Lord’s servant, Resign yourself to Confrontation:’ The Pietist Challenge in Early Georgia.” In Pietism in Germany and North America 1680-1820. Ed. Jonathan Strom, Hartmut Lehmann, and James Van Horn Melton. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate, 2009.

 

Roeber, A.G.  “Moravians and the Challenge of Writing a Global History of Diasporic Christianity,” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Rohrer, S. Scott. “New Birth in a New Land:  Evangelical Culture and the         Creation of an American Identity.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Royt, Jan. “The Allegory of Salvation and Sin.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 247-264.

 

Royt, Jan. “The Mining Town of Jáchymov: Reformation and Art.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 305-312.

 

Sedláčková, Kristína. “Jakoubek of Stříbro and the so-called “Sermon in Tyn [needs acute over the y] Church” of 31 January 1417.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 77-86.

 

Seltzer, Joel. “Re-envisioning the Saint’s Life in Utraquist Historical Writing.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 147-166.

 

Sensbach, Jon. “’Don’t Teach My Negroes to Be Pietists:’ Pietism and the Roots of the Black Protestant Church.” In Pietism in Germany and North America 1680-1820. Ed. Jonathan Strom, Hartmut Lehmann, and James Van Horn Melton. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate, 2009.

 

Sensbach, Jon. “Slavery, Race, and the Global Fellowship:  Religious Radicals Confront the Modern Age.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Shirley, Michael. “Moravians, the Market, and a New Order in Salem.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Smaby, Beverly. “‘Other Measures to Keep the Candle Lit:’ The 1752 Transatlantic Travel Diary of Anna Johanna Piesch.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Smaby, Beverly. “‘No One Should Lust for Power.’Dismantling Female Leadership Among Eighteenth-Century Moravians.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Smaby, Beverly. “’Only Brothers should be accepted into this proposed council:’ Restricting Women’s Leadership in Moravian Bethlehem.” In Pietism in Germany and North America 1680-1820. Ed. Jonathan Strom, Hartmut Lehmann, and James Van Horn Melton. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate, 2009.

 

Šmakel, František. “The War of Symbols: The Goose and the Chalice Against the Cross.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 151-160.

 

Smith, Anna. “Unlikely Sisters: Cherokee and Moravian Women in the Early Nineteenth Century.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Sommer, Elisabeth. “Fashion Passion:  The Rhetoric of Dress Within the            Eighteenth-Century Moravian Brethren.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Soukup, Pavel. “Metaphors of the Spiritual Struggle Early in the Bohemian Reformation: The Exegesis of Arma Spiritualia in Hus, Jakoubek, and Chelčický” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 6. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2007, 87-110.

 

Turdo, Mark A. “A Different Kind of Christian Indian Conversion Account:  The Financial Record of Abraham in Gnadenhutten.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003.  

 

Uhlíř, Zdeněk. “The Anonymous Treatise De suffragiis Defunctorum in the Catholic and Utraquist Context.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 161-176.

 

Uhlíř, Zdeněk. “The Bohemian Reformation: Sanctity and/or Piety.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 1. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2004, 13-32.

 

Vlhová-Wörner, Hana. “Bohemian Utraquists’ Repertory of Proper Tropes.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 313-328.

 

Vogt, Peter. “Nicholas Ludwig von Zinzendorf (1700-1760).” In The Pietist Theologians. An Introduction to Theology in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. Ed. Carter Lindberg. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2005, p. 207-223.

 

Vogt, Peter. “Zinzendorf’s Theology of the Sabbath.” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

Všetečková, Zuzana. “The Utraquist Decorations of the Mráz House in Litoměřice.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 413-432.

 

Walker, Mack.  Imperial Communities.” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Weber, Julie Tomberlin. “Translation as a Prism: Broadening the Spectrum of Eighteenth-Century Identity.” In Ethnographies and Exchanges: Native Americans, Moravians, and Catholics in Early North America. Ed. A. G., Roeber. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008.

 

Wellenreuther, Hermann. “The Succession of Head Chiefs and the Delaware Culture of Consent: The Delaware Nation, David Zeisberger, and Modern Ethnography.” In Ethnographies and Exchanges: Native Americans, Moravians, and Catholics in Early North America. Ed. A. G., Roeber. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008.

 

Wernisch, Martin. “A Sixteenth-Century Monument of Brethren Theology.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 5; Part 2. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2005, 371-378.

 

Wessel, Carola.  “Connecting Congregations: The Net of Communication Among the Moravians as Exemplified by the Interaction Between Pennsylvania, the Upper Ohio Valley, and Germany (1772-1774).” In The Distinctiveness of Moravian Culture. Ed. Craig D. Atwood and Peter Vogt. Nazareth, PA: Moravian Historical Society, 2003. 

 

White, Grant. “History of the Liturgy of the Unity of the Brethren: The State of the Question.” In The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice Volume 4. Ed. Zdeněk V. David and David R. Holeton. Prague: Academy of the Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2002, 275-280.

 

Wilson, Renate. “Moravian Physicians and Their Medicine in Colonial North America: European Models and Colonial Reality,” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Wokeck, Marianne, S. “The Role of the Pastor’s Wife in the Pioneering Generation of Protestant German- Speaking Clergy in the American Colonies,” In Pious Pursuits: German Moravians in the Atlantic World. Ed. Robert Beachy and Michele Gillespie. New York: Berghahn Books, 2007.

 

Woodward, Walter W. “’Incline Your Second Ear This Way’: Song as a Cultural Mediator in Moravian Mission Towns.” In Ethnographies and Exchanges: Native Americans, Moravians, and Catholics in Early North America. Ed. A. G., Roeber. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008.

 

 

Journal Articles:

Atwood, Craig D. “Spangenberg: A Radical Pietist in Colonial America.” Journal of Moravian 4 (2008): 7-27.

 

Atwood, Craig D. “The Passion of the Christ and Christian Devotion from a Moravian Perspective,” The Covenant Quarterly 63 (2005): 16-28.

 

Atwood, Craig D. “Understanding Zinzendorf’s Blood and Wounds Theology,” Journal of Moravian History, 1 (2006): 31-47.

 

Blewitt, Paul and Simon Reynolds. “The Moravian Church Archives and Library.” Journal of the Society of Archivists 22 (2001): 193-203.

 

Crews, C. Daniel. “The Writing of With Courage for the Future.Journal of Moravian History 1 (2006): 49-64.

 

Davies, K. and M.K. Schuchard. “Recovering the Lost Moravian History of William Blake’s Family.” Blake –Albuquerque Then Rochester 38 (2004): 36-42.

 

Ditchfield, G.M. “A Description of the Moravian Settlement of Zeist, 1760.” Notes and Queries 51 (2004): 48-51.

 

Faull, Katherine M. “Christ’s Other Self: Gender, the Body, and Religion in the Eighteen-Century Moravian Church.” Covenant Quarterly 62 (2004): 28-41.

 

Faull, Katherine M.  “Relating Sister’s Lives: Moravian Women’s Writings from 18th Century America.” Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society 31 (2000): 11-27.

 

Ferguson, Leland. “What Means “Gottes Acker”? Leading and Misleading Translations of Salem Records.” Journal of Moravian History 5 (2008): 69-87.

 

Ferguson, T.C. “The Moravian Episcopate and the Episcopal Church” Anglican and Episcopal History 71 (2002): 498-518.

 

Fogleman, Aaron Spencer. “Jesus is Female: The Moravian Challenge in the German Communities of British North America,” The William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series. 60 (2003): 295-332.

 

Frank, Albert H. “West Salem, Illinois: A Different Story.” Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society 31 (2000): 47-62.

 

Freeman, Robin. “Gordon Klein: Moravian Composer.” Tempo 59 (2005): 2-18.

 

Gallagher, Robert. “The Integration of Mission Theology and Practice: Zinzendorf and the Early Moravians.” Mission Studies 25 (2008): 185-210.

 

Graf, Lanie. “John Frederick Hintz: Eighteenth-Century Moravian Instrument Maker, and the Use of the Cittern in Moravian Worship.” Journal of Moravian History 5 (2008): 7-39.

 

Jackson, Robin. “The Camphill Movement: The Moravian Dimension.” Journal of Moravian History 5 (2008): 89-100.

 

Jones, George Fenwick. “A Plea for Ecumenical Understanding in Defense of Count Zinzendorf.” Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society 31 (2000): 77-80.

 

Kidd, Thomas S. “Moravian Radicals and the Gender of God.” Reviews in American History 36 (2008): 153-159.

 

Knouse, Nola Reed. “Moravian Music: Introduction, Theme, and Variations.” Journal of Moravian History 2 (2007): 36-54.

 

Libin, Laurence. “The Memoirs of David Tannenberg.” Journal of Moravian History 2 (2007): 118-134

 

Malcolm, Noel. “Comenius, Boyle, Oldenburg, and the Translation of the Bible into Turkish.” Church History and Religious Culture 87 (2007): 327-362.

 

Malcolm, Noel. “Comenius, the conversion of the Turks, and the Muslim-Christian Debate on the Corruption of Scripture.” Church History and Religious Culture 87 (2007): 477-508.

 

Mason, John. “Peter Brown of Bethlehem and the Revival of the Moravian Mission in Antigua 1770-1780.” Journal of Moravian History 5 (2008): 41-67.

 

Mettele, Gisela. “Constructions of the Religious Self: Moravian Conversion and Transatlantic Communication.” Journal of Moravian History 2 (2007): 7-35.

 

Nelson, Vernon H. “An Admirable Draughtsman: Benjamin Henry Latrobe’s Moravian Background,” Unitas Fratrum 49/50 (2002), 115-130.

 

Podmore, Colin. “The Moravians and the Evangelical Revival in England: 1738-1748.” Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society 31: (2000): 29-45.

 

Podmore, Colin.  “Zinzendorf and the English Moravians,” Journal of Moravian History 3 (2007): 31-50.

 

Peucker, Paul. “‘Inspired by Flames of Love’: Homosexuality, Mysticism, and Moravian Brothers around 1750.” Journal of the History of Sexuality 15 (2006): 30-64.

 

Peucker, Paul. “The Songs of the Sifting: Understanding the Role of Bridal Mysticism in Moravian Piety During the Late 1740s.” Journal of Moravian History. 3 (2007): 51-87.

 

Peucker, Paul. “Translation of a letter by David Nitschmann, New York Jan. 19, 1741, about the settlement of Moravians on the Lehigh River.” Journal of Moravian History 1 (2006): 65-74

 

Podmore, C. “Historian’s Debate: “The Moravian Episcopate and the Episcopal Church”: A Personal Response.” Anglican and Episcopal History 72 (2003): 351-384.

 

 

Richards, Helen. “Distant Garden: Moravian Missions and the Culture of Slavery in the Danish West Indies, 1732-1848.” Journal of Moravian History 2 (2007): 55-74.

 

Richter, Hedwig. “De-Nazification, Socialism and Solidarity: Re-Establishing International Relations in the Moravian Church after 1945.” Journal of Moravian History 3 (2007), 7-29.

 

Schattschneider, David A. “A 250-Year-Old Mystery: the Disappearance of J. C. Erhardt in Labrador.” Journal of Moravian History 2 (2007): 76-89.

 

Schuchard, M.K. “Young William Blake and the Moravian Tradition of Visionary Art.” Blake –Albuquerque Then Rochester 40 (2006): 84-99.

 

Sensbach, Jon F. “Race and the Early Moravian Church: A Comparative Perspective.” Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society 31 (2000): 1-10. 

 

Smith, Jewel A. Academic and Music Curricula in Nineteenth-Century American Women’s Education: A Comparison of the Moravian Young Ladies’ Seminary and Nazareth Hall The Musical Quarterly 90 (2007): 275-306.

 

Turdo, Mark A. “May Love Set You to Spinning: A Sketch of 18th-Century Moravian Textile Production in Bethlehem and Nazareth, Pennsylvania.” Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society 31 (2000): 63-75.

 

Vogt, Peter. “Continuity and Change: The Moravian Music Tradition in Germany from 1865 to 1907.” Journal of Moravian History 3 (2007): 89-99.

 

Vogt, Peter, “’Ehereligion:’ The Moravian Theory and Practice of Marriage as Point of Contention in the Conflict between Ephrata and Bethlehem,” Communal Societies 21 (2001), 37-48.

 

Vogt, Peter. ““Everywhere at Home”: The Eighteenth-Century Moravian Movement as a Transatlantic Religious Community.” Journal of Moravian History 1 (2006): 7-29.

 

Vogt, Peter.  “The Moravian Music Tradition in Germany: Continuity and Change from 1865 to 1907.” Journal of Moravian History 3 (2007): 89-99.

 

Wheeler, R. ““Der Schonste Schmuck”: Mahican Appropriations of Moravian Blood and Wounds Theology.” Covenant Quarterly 63 (2005): 20-34.

 

Yonan, Jonathan. “Archbishop Herring, Anti-Catholicism, and the Moravian Church.” Journal of Moravian History 4 (2008): 28-43.

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