ISR News & Events

Evangelicals on their Past: Studies in the History of Evangelical Historiography

October 5, 2022 – October 7, 2022 all-day

Baylor University
Evangelical Studies Program Conference 2022

* This conference is a virtual event only. Viewing and access information will be provided prior to the event.

Main Speakers

  • Andrew Atherstone (Wycliffe Hall, Oxford), ‘Memoirs, Manuscripts and Manipulations: Anglican Evangelicals from Simeon to Stott’.
  • Ian Clary (Colorado Christian University), ‘Remembering Revival: Evangelical Historians and the Great Awakening’
  • Kerrie Handasyde (Pilgrim Theological College, University of Divinity, Melbourne, Australia), ‘No Time Like the Present: Writing the Past in Australian Evangelical Dissent’
  • Mark Noll (University of Notre Dame), ‘The Redemptive Power of the Word: The Study of African American Uses of the Bible’
  • Anneke Stasson (Indiana Wesleyan University), ‘Historians on Gospel Women: The Female Part in American Evangelical Foreign Missions’

Short Speakers

  • Stephanie Derrick (Independent Scholar, Los Angeles), ‘Evangelical Representations of C. S. Lewis in Britain and America’
  • Deborah Gaitskell (School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London), ‘Faith, Race and Change: The Historiography of Evangelicalism in South Africa’
  • Erika Helgen (Yale University), ‘The Historiography of Brazilian Evangelicals’
  • Husezo Rhakho (Baylor University), ‘The Historiography of Evangelicals in India’