Frend, William (Hugh Clifford)

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FREND, William (Hugh Clifford)

FREND, William (Hugh Clifford). British, b. 1916. Genres: Theology/Religion. Career: Asst Principal, War Office, 1940-41; Cabinet Offices, 1941-42; Intelligence Officer, Political Intelligence, 1942-46; Member, Board of Editors, Captured German Foreign Ministry Project, 1947-51; University Lecturer in Divinity, University of Cambridge, 1956-69; Fellow, 1956-69, Director of Studies in Archaeology and Anthropology, 1961-69, Bye Fellow, 1997-, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge; Professor of Ecclesiastical History, 1969-84, and Dean of Divinity, University of Glasgow; Vicar of Barnwell, 1984-90. Ed., Modern Churchman, 1963-82; Visiting Professor, John Carroll University, Cleveland, Ohio, 1981; Fellow of the British Academy, 1983; Sr. Fellow, Dumbarton Oaks, Center for Byzantine Studies, Washington, DC, 1984. Publications: The Donatist Church, 1952; Martyrdom and Persecution in the Early Church, 1964; The Early Church, 1965; The Rise of the Monophysite Movement, 1972; Religion Popular and Unpopular in the Early Christian Centuries, 1976; Town and Countryside in the Early Christian Centuries, 1980; The Rise of Christianity, 1984; Saints and Sinners in the Early Church, 1985; History and Archaeology in the Study of Early Christianity, 1988; The Archaeology of Early Christianity: A History, 1996; Paganism, Orthodoxy and Dissent, 2002; From Dogma to History, 2003. Address: The Clerks Cottage, Little Wilbraham, Cambridge CB1 5LB, England.