Academic journal article The Catholic Historical Review

Report of the Editor

Academic journal article The Catholic Historical Review

Report of the Editor

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Volume 102 of the journal consisted of 903 pages of articles, essays, book reviews, brief notices, and the quarterly sections "Notes and Comments," "Periodical Literature," and "Other Books Received," with an additional forty-nine pages of preliminary material and Index, for a total of 952 pages. Subsidies from authors and contributions from others made directly to the journal allowed for the addition of pages above those budgeted. Professor Paul F. Grendler of Chapel Hill, NC (emeritus of the University of Toronto and a past president of the American Catholic Historical Association) once again generously made such a contribution.

Of the fifteen regular articles published, one treated a medieval topic, four early modern European, four late modern European, four American, and two mission history. Two-thirds of their authors came from American institutions, the other third from Australian, English, Irish, and Italian universities. One Forum Essay, dealing with a late modern European topic, had contributions by scholars from Canada, Italy, and the United States. The authors of the Review Article and Review Essay came from the United States.

In 2016 the journal published 218 book reviews and two brief notices. The book reviews can be subdivided into the following categories: general and miscellaneous (22), ancient (10), medieval (52), early modern (53), late modern (23), American (35), Latin American (14), Asian/Australian (5), and African (4). …

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