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2013

Wolffe, John (2013). The mutations of martyrdom in Britain and Ireland c1850-1920. In: Kelly, James and Lyons, Marian eds. Death and Dying in Ireland and Europe: Historical Perspectives. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, pp. 349–368.

Wolffe, John ed. (2013). Protestant-Catholic Conflict from the Reformation to the 21st Century: the Dynamics of Religious Difference. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan . file

Wolffe, John (2013). The chicken or the egg? Building Anglican churches and building congregations in a Victorian London suburb. Material Religion, 9(1) pp. 36–59.

2012

Hutchinson, Mark and Wolffe, John (2012). A Short History of Global Evangelicalism. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Guest, Mathew; Olson, Elizabeth and Wolffe, John (2012). Christianity: loss of monopoly. In: Woodhead, Linda and Catto, Rebecca eds. Religion and Change in Modern Britain. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 57–78.

Barker, Elton; Bissell, Christopher; Hardwick, Lorna; Jones, Allan; Ridge, Mia and Wolffe, John (2012). Digital technologies: help or hindrance for the humanities? Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 11(1-2) pp. 185–200.

Wolffe, John (2012). Transatlantic Visitors and Evangelical Networks, 1829-1861. In: Gregory, Jeremy and McLeod, Hugh eds. International Religious Networks. Studies in Church History: Subsidia, 14. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press/Ecclesiastical History Society, pp. 183–193. file

Wolffe, John (2012). The Jesuit as villain in nineteenth-century British fiction. In: Clarke, Peter and Methuen, Charlotte eds. The Church and Literature. Studies in Church History (48). Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, pp. 308–320. file

Wolffe, John (2012). The Victorian funeral sermon. In: Francis, Keith A. and Gibson, William eds. Oxford Handbook of the British Sermon 1689-1301. Oxford Handbooks in Religion and Theology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 338–353. file

2011

Wolffe, John (2011). Protestant-Catholic divisions in Europe and the United States: an historical and comparative perspective. Politics, Religion & Ideology, 12(3) pp. 241–256. file

2010

Maiden, John; Wolffe, John; Burns, Arthur; Evans, Neil and Kelly, Declan (2010). Building on History: the Church in London online resource guide. Web resource.

Wolffe, John (2010). Protestantism, monarchy and the defence of Christian Britain 1837–2005. In: Brown, Callum G and Snape, Michael eds. Secularisation in the Christian World. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 57–74.

Wolffe, John (2010). Religious history. In: Hinnells, John R ed. The Routledge Companion to the Study of Religion, 2nd edition. London: Routledge, pp. 56–72.

Wolffe, John (2010). British sermons on national events. In: Ellison, Robert H. ed. A New History of the Sermon: The Nineteenth Century, Volume 5. Leiden: Brill, pp. 181–206. file

2009

James, Laura; Norman, John; De Baets, Anne-Sophie; Burchell-Hughes, Ingrid; Burchmore, Helen; Philips, Amyas; Sheppard, Dan; Wilks, Linda and Wolffe, John (2009). The lives and technologies of early career researchers. CARET, University of Cambridge, Cambridge.

2008

Wolffe, John (2008). William Wilberforce's Practical View (1797) and its reception. In: Cooper, Kate and Gregory, Jeremy eds. Revival and Resurgence in Christian History. Studies in Church History (44). Saffron Walden: Ecclesiastical History Society, pp. 175–184.

Wolffe, John (2008). Anti-Catholicism and the British Empire, 1815-1914. In: Carey, Hilary M ed. Empires of Religion. Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 43–63.

2007

Wolffe, John (2007). Palmerston and the church. In: Brown, David and Taylor, Miles eds. Palmerston Studies, Volume 1. Southampton: University of Southampton, pp. 19–38.

Wolffe, John (2007). British protestants and Europe, 1820–60: some perceptions and influences. In: Bonney, Richard and Trim, D.J.B. eds. The Development of Pluralism in Modern Britain and France. Studies in the History of Religious and Political Pluralism (1). Oxford: Peter Lang, pp. 207–226.

2006

Wolffe, John (2006). The expansion of evangelicalism: The age of Wilberforce, More, Chalmers and Finney. A History of Evangelicalism. Nottingham: Inter-Varsity Press.

Wolffe, John (2006). Elite and popular religion in the religious census of 30 March 1851. In: Cooper, Kate and Gregory, Jeremy eds. Elite and Popular Religion. Studies in Church History (42). Woodbridge: Ecclesiastical History Society, pp. 360–371.

2005

Wolffe, John (2005). The religious census of 1851 in Yorkshire. Borthwick Papers. York, UK: Borthwick Institute Publications.

Wolffe, John (2005). Anglicanism, Presbyterianism and the religious identities of the United Kingdom. In: Gilley, Sheridan and Stanley, Brian eds. World Christianities c.1815–c.1914. Cambridge History of Christianity (8). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 301–322.

Wolffe, John (2005). Lord Palmerston and religion: a reappraisal. English Historical Review, 120(488) pp. 907–936.

Wolffe, John (2005). Lord Palmerston and religion: a reappraisal. English Historical Review, 120(488) pp. 907–936.

2004

Wolffe, John (2004). Nicholas Armstrong. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Wolffe, John (2004). Anthony Ashley Cooper, 7th Earl of Shaftesbury (1801–1885). In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford dictionary of national biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in Association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Edward Bickersteth. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Robert Bickersteth. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Richard Blakeney. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Sir Culling Eardley. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). George William Finch-Hatton, 10th Earl of Winchilsea. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). George Cornelius Gorham. In: Matthews, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). John Hope. In: Matthew, H.C.G and Harrison, Brian eds. The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Sir Robert Inglis. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Robert Jocelyn, 3rd Earl of Roden. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). George Kenyon, 2nd Baron Kenyon. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Sir Harcourt Lees. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Robert James McGhee. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Charles Newdigate Newdegate. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Charles de Laet Waldo Sibthorp. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the Academic Press.

Wolffe, John (2004). William Wilberforce. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). James Begg. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). John Campbell Colquhoun. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Wolffe, John (2004). James Edward Gordon. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Alexander Haldane (1800–1882). In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford dictionary of national biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Hugh Boyd McNeile. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). William Murphy. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Augustus Granville Stapleton. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). Hugh Stowell. In: Matthew, H.C.G. and Harrison, Brian eds. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press in association with the British Academy.

Wolffe, John (2004). National occasions at St Paul's Since 1800. In: Keene, Derek; Burns, Arthur and Saint, Andrew eds. St Paul's The Cathedral Church of London 604-2004. New Haven, US, and London, UK: Yale University Press, pp. 381–391.

Wolffe, John (2004). Introduction. In: Wolffe, John ed. Religion in History: Conflict, Conversion and Coexistence. Manchester: Manchester University, pp. 5–12.

Wolffe, John (2004). Historical models of evangelical social transformation. In: Hilborn, David ed. Movement for Change: Evangelicals and Social Transformation. Carlisle: Paternoster Press, pp. 20–37.

Wolffe, John (2004). Judging the nation: evangelicals and divine retribution, 1817-1861. In: Cooper, Kate and Gregory, Jeremy eds. Retribution, Repentance and Reconciliation. Studies in Church History (40). Woodbridge: Ecclesiastical History Society, pp. 291–300.

Wolffe, John (2004). Contentious Christians: Protestant-Catholic conflict since the Reformation. In: Wolffe, John ed. Religion in History: Conflict, Conversion and Coexistence. Manchester: University of Manchester Press, pp. 97–128.

Herbert, David and Wolffe, John (2004). Religion and contemporary conflict in historical perspective. In: Wolffe, John ed. Religion in History: Conflict, Conversion and Coexistence. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 286–320.

2002

Wolffe, John (2002). 'Evangelicals and Pentecostals: Indigenizing a Global Gospel' in Global Religious Movements in Regional Context. In: Wolffe, John ed. Global Religious Movements in Regional Context. Religion Today: Tradition, Modernity and Change , 4. Ashgate, pp. 13–108.

Wolffe, John ed. (2002). Global Religious Movements in Regional Context. Aldershot: Ashgate.

2001

Wolffe, John (2001). Civic religious identities and responses to prominent deaths in Edinburgh and Cardiff, 1847-1910. In: Pope, Robert ed. Religion and National Identity: Scotland and Wales, c 1700-2000. University of Wales Press, pp. 163–185.

2000

Wolffe, John (2000). Great Deaths: Grieving, Religion and Nationhood in Victorian and Edwardian Britain. British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship Mongraphs. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Wolffe, John (2000). Marching forth with the banner of Christ unfurled. In: Chadwick, Henry and Ward, Allison eds. Not Angels but Anglicans: A History of Christianity in the British Isles. Norwich: Canterbury Press, pp. 255–260.

1999

Wolffe, John (1999). Royalty and public grief in Britain: an historical perspective 1817-1997. In: Walter, Tony ed. The Mourning for Diana. Oxford: Berg, pp. 53–64.

1998

Wolffe, John (1998). A transatlantic perspective: Protestantism and national identities in mid-nineteenth century Britain and the United States. In: McBridge, Ian and Claydon, Tony eds. Protestantism and national identity in Britain and Ireland, c. 1650-c. 1850. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 291–309.

Wolffe, John (1998). Historical method and Christian vision in the study of evangelical history. In: Hutchinson, M and Kalu, O eds. A Global Faith: Essays on Evangelicalism and Globalization. Sydney: Centre for the Study of Australian Christianity, pp. 89–107.

1997

Wolffe, John ed. (1997). Culture and Empire. Religion in Victorian Britain, 5. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Wolffe, John (1997). Introduction: Victorian religion in context. In: Wolffe, John ed. Culture and Empire. Religion in Victorian Britain (5). Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 1–20.

Wolffe, John (1997). 'Praise to the holiest in the height': hymns and church music. In: Wolffe, John ed. Culture and Empire. Religion in Victorian Britain (5). Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 59–99.

1996

Wolffe, John (1996). To die is gain? Religion, the monarchy and national identity in Britain 1817-1910. In: Brohed, Ingmar ed. Church and People in Britain and Scandinavia. Bibliotheca historico-ecclesiastica lundensis (36). Lund: Lund University Press, pp. 333–346.

Wolffe, John (1996). Unity in diversity?: North Atlantic evangelical thought in the mid-nineteenth century. In: Swanson, R N ed. Unity and Diversity in the Church: Papers Read at the 1994 Summer Meeting, and the 1995 Winter Meeting of the Ecclesiastical History Society. Studies in Church History (32). Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, pp. 363–375.

Wolffe, John (1996). Change and continuity in British anti-Catholicism, 1829-1982. In: Tallett, Frank and Atkin, Nicholas eds. Catholicism in Britain and France since 1789. London: The Hambledon Press, pp. 67–86.

Wolffe, John (1996). Responding to national grief: memorial sermons on the famous in Britain 1800-1914. Mortality, 1(3) pp. 283–296.

Wolffe, John (1996). Unity in diversity: North Atlantic evangelical thought in the mid-nineteenth century. In: Swanson, R. N. ed. Unity and Diversity in the Church. Studies in Church History (32). Oxford: Blackwell Publishers Ltd, pp. 363–375.

1995

Wolffe, John ed. (1995). Evangelical Faith and Public Zeal: Evangelicals and Society in Britain 1780-1980. SPCK.

Wolffe, John (1995). Anglicanism. In: Paz, D G ed. Nineteenth-Century English Religious Traditions: Restrospect and Prospect. Contributions to the Study of Religion (44). Westport, CT: Greenwood, pp. 1–32.

1994

Wolffe, John (1994). God and Greater Britain: Religion and National Life in Britain and Ireland 1843-1945. Routledge.

Wolffe, John (1994). And there's another country: religion, the State and British identities. In: Parsons, Gerald ed. The Growth of Religious Diversity: Britain from 1945, Volume 2. London, U.K. and New York, NY U.S.: Routledge in association with The Open University, pp. 85–121.

Wolffe, John (1994). Anti-Catholicism and evangelical identity in Britain and the United States, 1830-1860. In: Bebbington, David William; Noll, Mark A. and Rawlyk, George A. eds. Evangelicalism: Comparative Studies of Popular Protestantism in North America, the British Isles and Beyond, 1700-1990. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 179–197.

Wolffe, John (1994). Religion and 'secularization'. In: Johnson, Paul ed. Twentieth-Century Britain: Economic, Social and Cultural Change. Harlow: Longman, pp. 427–441.

1991

Wolffe, John (1991). The Protestant Crusade in Great Britain 1829-1860. Clarendon Press (Oxford Historical Monographs).

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