Dr. Anna Lawrence
Associate Professor of History
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One Family Under God: Love, Belonging, and Authority in Early Transatlantic Methodism (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, May 2011). Nominated for the Joan Kelly Memorial Prize in Women’s History, Berkshire Conference First Book Prize, and the Louis Gottshalk Prize in Eighteenth-Century Studies.
“’I thought I felt a sinful desire:’ the question of celibacy for eighteenth-century Methodists” in John Wesley: Life, Legend & Legacy, special edition of the Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library (Manchester: University ofManchester Press, Winter 2005), 177-193.
“’A most solemn season of love’: Charles Wesley and marriage in early Methodism” in Charles Wesley: Life, Literature, and Legacy, edited by Kenneth Newport and Ted Campbell (London: Epworth Press, 2007), 465-485.
“The Fires of Evangelicalism in the Cauldron of the Early Republic: Race, Class and Gender in the Second Great Awakening” in The Early Republic: People and Perspectives, edited by Andrew Frank, Social Perspectives in U.S. History (New York: ABC Clio Books, 2008), 155-171.
“’Both Parties Trembled for the Ark of God:’ Transatlantic Methodism and the American Revolution” in The American Revolution: People and Perspectives, edited by Andrew Frank, Social Perspectives in U.S. History (New York: ABC Clio Books, 2007), 145-167.
Review of Catherine Brekus, ed., The Religious History of American Women: Reimagining the Past in Louisiana History, Fall 2009, Vol. L, No. 4, 485.
“Jonathan Edwards: Puritan or Pluralist?” in Eighteenth-Century Studies, Vol. 41: 1 (Fall 2007), 113-116.