Selected Published Works, Dissertations,
Image Recordings and Other Products
Based on Recent Research in the Archives
(Click to find links to Web sites that linked to online resources from the Archives)
Barstow, Elizabeth Young. "Godly Adults: Advice to Young Theologically Conservative Protestant Men and Women, 1945-1965." [dissertation] Harvard University. Anticipated date: November 2009.
Cama, Laura. "Stellar Fire: Carl Jung, a New England Family, and the Risks of Anecdote." Web site located at: stellarfire.org. The reference to the material used from the Archives is under the Additional Information link.
Christian History & Biography. “How the Church in China Survived and Thrived in the 20th Century.” Issue 98, Spring 2008. Issue is illustrated by a half dozen photos from various BGC Archives collections.
Coeller, Rod, “‘Going Native:’ Radicalized Evangelical Missionaries in Central America during the 1970s and 1980s." [dissertation] American University. Anticipated date: Summer 2010.
Demy, Tim. “Historical and Theological Foundations of American Evangelical Support for Israel, 1875-1925.” [thesis] University of Cambridge, England. October 2008.
Fedson, Joanna. "Redeeming Fiction: American Evangelical Fiction, Gender, and Culture." [dissertation] University of Western Australia. Anticipated date: March 2009.
Flatt, Kevin. "The Survival and Decline of Evangelicalism in the United Church of Canada, 1932-1971." [dissertation] McMaster University, Canada. Anticipated date: November 2008.
Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization. Provided photos and information for information packet prepared for the Lausanne III Congress to be held in Cape Town in 2010.
Lentfer, Nathan. "A History of the World's Christian Fundamentals Association, 1919-1952." [dissertation] Bob Jones University. Anticipated date: May 2009.
McDonald, Anne. “A Missionary in China: Dr. Jesse McDonald.” Paper delivered at the 16th annual History of Medicine Days conference held in Calgary, Canada on March 30-31, 2007. The paper won the Galen award for the best research and scholarship at the conference and is scheduled for publication in the Proceedings of the History of Medicine Days Conference in May 2008. The papers of Dr. Jesse McDonald (who is the great-aunt of Anne McDonald) are Collection 246 in the BGC Archives.
Miglio, Sarah. "Civilizing the World: The Progressive Religion and Politics of Chicago, 1890-1925." [dissertation] University of Notre Dame. Anticipated date: July 2009.
Stanley, Brian. The Global Diffusion of Evangelicalism: The Age of Billy Graham and John Stott. InterVarsity Press. Anticipated date: late 2009.
Thelen, Sarah J. "Telling it to Hanoi: The Nixon Administration and Domestic Support for the Vietnam War, 1969-1974" [dissertation] American University. Anticipated date: August 2009.
Thompson, Todd. "Evangelism, Law and Politics: Sir Norman Anderson and Islam." [dissertation] University of Cambridge, England. Anticipated date: October 2008.
Williams, Dan. Republican Faith: The Making of America's Christian Right. Oxford University Press. Anticipated publication date: Fall 2009.