Contemporary Church History Quarterly exists to promote the study of contemporary German and European church history. It includes reviews of recently published books, notes on scholarly articles, as well as conference papers, information about upcoming scholarly events, news and views about current historical debates, encouragement for new scholars, and opportunity for interaction between professional academics and non-specialists from churches or the broader public.
Contemporary Church History Quarterly (2012-present, ISSN: 2291-0786) supersedes both the ACCH Quarterly (2010-2012, ISSN: 1923-1725) and the long-standing monthly e-mail newsletter (1995-2009) published by Professor Emeritus of History John S. Conway of the University of British Columbia. Like both of its forerunner publications, Contemporary Church History Quarterly is published on behalf of the Association of Contemporary Church Historians (Arbeitsgemeinschaft kirchlicher Zeitgeschichtler). Past issues of the ACCH Quarterly and Dr. Conway's newsletter are archived here on the Contemporary Church History Quarterly site.
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