Norman, Rev. Canon Edward R(obert)
NORMAN, Rev. Canon Edward R(obert)
NORMAN, Rev. Canon Edward R(obert). British, b. 1938. Genres: History, Theology/Religion. Career: Canon, York Minster, 1995-99. Six Preacher, Canterbury Cathedral, 1984-. Assistant Master, Beaconsfield Secondary Modern School, Walthamstow, 1957-58; Fellow, Selwyn College, Cambridge, 1962-64, and Jesus College, Cambridge, 1964-71; Lecturer in History, University of Cambridge, 1965-68; Dean of Peterhouse, Cambridge, 1971-88; Dean of Chapel, Christ Church College, Canterbury, 1988-95. NATO Research Fellow, 1966-68; Associate Chaplain, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, 1971-78; Wilkinson Professor of Church History, University of Toronto, 1981-82; Associated Scholar, Ethics and Public Policy Center, Washington, D.C., 1986. Publications: The Catholic Church and Irish Politics in the 1860s, 1965; The Catholic Church and Ireland 1859- 1863, 1965; The Conscience of the State in North America, 1968; Anti- Catholicism in Victorian England, 1968; The Early Development of Irish Society, 1969; A History of Modern Ireland, 1971; Church and Society in Modern England, 1976; Christianity and World Order, 1979; Christianity in the Southern Hemisphere, 1981; The English Catholic Church in the Nineteenth Century, 1983; Roman Catholicism in England, 1985; The Victorian Christian Socialists, 1987; A History of Churches, 1989; The House of God: Church Architecture, Style, and History, 1990; Entering the Darkness, 1991.