Issues

Vol 1 No. 2 (2010)

Journal: Journal for Research into Freemasonry and Fraternalism

Published: Jan 7, 2011

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Section Title Author Published
Editorial
Editorial Andreas Önnerfors, Rob Collis Nov 11, 2010
Articles
Pragmatic Constructions of History among Contemporary Freemasons James Scott Kenney Dec 19, 2010
Researching Freemasonry; Where are we? Jan Snoek Dec 19, 2010
Performing Freemasonry: The practical-symbolic Constitution of a Civic Habitus in Eighteenth-Century England Kristiane Hasselmann Dec 19, 2010
Researching Freemasonry in the Twenty-first Century: Opportunities and Challenges Pierre-Yves Beaurepaire Dec 19, 2010
The Spectatorial Situation in Masonic Self-Construction Eleonore Kalisch, Michael Franz Dec 19, 2010
From a Legitimate Field of Research to an Accepted University-Taught Subject? Natalie Bayer Dec 19, 2010
Between universal values and national ties: Western European Freemasonries face the challenge of “Europe”, c. 1850–1930 Joachim Berger Dec 19, 2010
Book Reviews
HEIDLE, Alexandra, Jan A.M. Snoek (eds), Women’s Agency and Rituals in Mixed and Female Masonic Orders (Boston, MA: Brill, 2008), p. 263 xvi + 450 pp.; €145/$129 Hbk; ISBN: 978 90 04 17239 5. Margaret C. Jacob Dec 19, 2010
WEINBREN, Daniel, The Oddfellows 1810–2010: Two Hundred Years of Making Friends and Helping People (Lancaster: Carnegie Publishing, 2010), pp. x + 371, £25 Hbk; ISBN: 978­1­85936­207 Simon Cordery Dec 19, 2010
KAUFMANN, Eric P., The Orange Order: A Contemporary Northern Irish History (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009, 1st edn 2007). xv+373 pp., £46, illustrated, Hbk, ISBN 978­0­19­920848­7; Pbk, £21, ISBN 978­0­19­953203­2 Petri Mirala Dec 20, 2010
FIELD, Ophelia, The Kit-Cat Club (London: Harper Perennial, 2009), 523 pp., £9.99, Pbk, ISBN: 978­0­00717893­3 Robert Collis Dec 20, 2010
SMITH, Douglas, The Pearl (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2008), 328 pp., £25.00, Hbk, ISBN: 9780300120417; £16.99, Pbk, ISBN: 9780300158588 Robert Collis Dec 20, 2010
ÖNNERFORS, Andreas, Róbert Péter (eds), Researching British Freemasonry, 1717–2017. Sheffield Lectures on the History of Freemasonry and Fraternalism, Vol. III (Sheffield: The University of Sheffield, 2010), 192 pp., £20, Pbk, ISBN: 978­0­9562096­ 2­7 Natalie Bayer Dec 20, 2010
HARRISON, David, The Genesis of Freemasonry (Hersham: Lewis Masonic, 2009), 224 pp., £19.99, Hbk, ISBN 978­08531­8322­8 Róbert Péter Dec 20, 2010
NEWMAN, Aubrey, Don Peacock and David Hughes, A History of the Masonic Province of Leicestershire and Rutland (Leicester: Anchorprint, 2010), x +139 pp., £15.00, Illustrated, Hbk, ISBN 978­1907­540­ 028 Daniel Weinbren Dec 20, 2010
SAUNDERS, Nicholas J., and Paul Cornish (eds), Contested Objects: Material Memories of the Great War (London: Routledge, 2009), xx+ 311 pp., $120.00, Illustrated, Hbk, 978­0­415­45070­6 Aimee E. Newell Dec 20, 2010
KENNEDY GRIMSTED, Patricia, F.J. Hoogewoud and Eric Ketelaar (eds). Returned from Russia: Nazi Archival Plunder in Western Europe and Recent Restitution Issues (Builth Wells: Institute of Art and Law, 2007), 349 pp., €40, Hbk, ISBN 1­902987­11­3 Anaïs Maes Dec 20, 2010
SCHRANS, Guy, Vrijmetselaars te Gent in de XVIIIde eeuw (Gent: Liberaal Archief, 2009), 831 pp., € 49, Hbk. Anaïs Maes Dec 20, 2010
RIZOPOULOS, Christos and Andreas Rizopoulos, Philhellenes and Greek Freemasons in 1821, 2nd edn (Athens: Tetraktys, 2008), 293 pp., €34.00, Pbk, ISBN 978­960­8141­ 40­7 Sasha Chaitow Dec 20, 2010
WEBSTER, Charles, Paracelsus: Medicine, Magic, and Mission at the End of Time (New Haven, CT and London: Yale University Press, 2008). 326 pp., €29.00, Illustrated, Hbk, ISBN 978­0­300­13911­2 György E. Szőnyi Dec 20, 2010
LOMAS, Robert, The Invisible College (London: Corgi, Transworld Publishers, 2009, 1st edn 2002), 494 pp., £7.99, Pbk, ISBN: 978-0-552-15837-4 Frigyes Hausz Dec 20, 2010