Associate Professor John Stenhouse

Associate Professor John Stenhouse (Department of History and Art History) has published widely in the fields of religious history and the history of ideas. He is currently writing a book on missionary science in the modern world, and is involved in a collaborative project on an historical geography of religion in New Zealand. His recent publications include: ‘The Controversy over the Recognition of Religious Factors in New Zealand History: Some Reflections,’ in Geoffrey Troughton and Hugh Morrison, eds., The Spirit of the Past: Essays on Christianity in New Zealand History (2011); ‘Selwyn through settler eyes’ in Allan K. Davidson, ed., A Controversial Churchman: Essays on George Selwyn, Bishop of New Zealand and Lichfield, and Sarah Selwyn (2011); and ‘Church and state in New Zealand 1835-1870: religion, politics and race’ in Hilary Carey and John Gascoigne, eds., Church and State in Old and New Worlds, (2011).

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