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Chadwick, (Sir) Owen

CHADWICK, (Sir) Owen

CHADWICK, (Sir) Owen. British, b. 1916. Genres: History, Intellectual history, Theology/Religion. Career: Cambridge University, Professor of Ecclesiastical History, 1958-68, Regius Professor of Modern History, 1968-83, and Vice-Chancellor, 1969-71. Publications: John Cassian, 1950, 1968; From Bossuet to Newman, 1957; (trans. and ed.) Western Asceticism, 1958; Mackenzie's Grave, 1959; Victorian Miniature, 1960; The Reformation, 1964, 15th ed., 1984; The Victorian Church, vol. 1, 1966, 3rd ed., 1972, vol. 2, 1970, 3rd ed., 1979; The Secularization of the European Mind, 1976; Catholicism and History, 1978; The Popes and European Revolution, 1981; Newman, 1983; Hensley Henson, 1983; Britain and the Vatican in the Second World War, 1986; Michael Ramsey, 1990; The Spirit of the Oxford Movement, 1990; The Christian Church in the Cold War, 1992; The History of Christianity, 1995; A History of the Popes, 1830-1914, 1998; Acton and History, 1998; The Early Reformation on the Continent, 2001. Address: Selwyn College, Cambridge CB3 9DQ, England. Online address: [email protected]

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