Brethren Archivists and Historians Network (BAHN)

In early 2016 the Brethren Archivists and Historians Network (BAHN) will publish Gerald T. West’s ‘From Friends to Brethren: The Howards of Tottenham – Quakers, Brethren, and Evangelicals’. This is a monograph on the changing religious allegiances during the Beaconite controversy in the Society of Friends of the Howard family, especially Luke Howard, the pioneering meteorologist, and his son, John Eliot Howard, the noted quinologist. Further details about the publication as they become available will be found on the website at www.brethrenhistory.org or by emailing the convenor at bahnconvenor@yahoo.co.uk

The annual journal, Brethren Historical Review, will appear in late 2016. The annual subscription is £15 (half-price for students and the unwaged). A subscription form and methods of payment can be found on the website at www.brethrenhistory.org. A subscription also entitles members to a volume of essays, Brethren and Mission, which will be forthcoming in 2016.

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