Newman Studies Journal Volume 16 Issue 2 Winter 2019

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Newman Studies Journal | VOL 16 | ISSUE 2 | WINTER 2019

NEWMAN STUDIES JOURNAL
VOL. 16 - ISSUE 2 - WINTER 2019

ARTICLES

“To Be Deep in History”: The Role of History in the Conversions of John Henry Newman and Erik Peterson
STEPHEN D. LAWSON

Newman’s Idea of a University in Dialogue with the Land O’Lakes Statement of 1967
MICHAEL T. RIZZI

John Henry Newman, T. S. Eliot, and Poetic Dogma: The Dream of Gerontius as Source and Spring of Modern Poetry
ROBERT L. KIRKENDALL

LITERATURE REVIEW

Newman Articles in Review: 2018
JOHN T. FORD, C.S.C.

LECTURE

The 2019 Gailliot Award for Lifetime Achievement in Newman Studies Acceptance Speech
MARY KATHERINE TILLMAN

BOOK REVIEWS

The Oxford Handbook of John Henry Newman, ed. by Frederick D. Aquino and Benjamin J. King
WILLIAM LAMB

Unlocking the Church: The Lost Secrets of Victorian Sacred Space, by William Whyte
MICHAEL S. CARTER

The Pope Who Would Be King: The Exile of Pius IX and the Emergence of Modern Europe, by David I. Kertzer
STEPHEN D. LAWSON

The Christian Academic in Higher Education: The Consecration of Truth, by John Sullivan
DAVID P. DEAVEL

Religious Morality in John Henry Newman: Hermeneutics of the Imagination, by Gerard Magill
RYAN J. MARR

Newman and History, by Edward Short
ONO EKEH

An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine, Introduction, Notes, and Textual Appendices by James Tolhurst, D.D.
PETER C. ERB

John Henry Newman and His Age, by Owen F. Cummings
REED FREY, C.O.

Revered and Reviled: A Re-examination of Vatican Council I, by John R. Quinn
PETER J. GRUBER, C.O.

John Henry Newman and the Imagination, by Bernard Dive
MATTHEW MULLER

BACK MATTER

2020 Spring Newman Symposium

2020 Oriel College Conference

2020 Oriel College Conference Call for Papers

NINS Visiting Scholars Program