Professor Jane Garnett: List of publications

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Feilding, Lady Mary (1823–1896), founder of the Working Ladies' Guild

General introduction to 'The English Parish Church through the centuries: daily life and spirituality, art and architecture, literature and music [Sections 5 & 6: 1689-1945, and 1945-present]'

Reaney [née Edis], Isabella Emily Thomasa [Isabel] (1847–1929), preacher and social activist

‘Architectural Associations: memory, modernity and the construction of community in East London’

‘Canvassing the Faithful: Image, agency and the lived religiosity of devotion to the Divine Mercy’

‘Challenges to Faith and Christian Responses 1689-1945’; ‘Philanthropy and Social Ethics 1689-1945’ and ‘St Bartholomew’s, East Ham’

Joseph Butler

The Ex Voto Between Domestic and Public Space: From Personal Testimony to Collective Memory

“They say the Madonna is working miracles”: The power of stories in the creation of an image cult

'Anglican Economic and Social Engagement’

Religion in diaspora: cultures of citizenship (journal special issue)

Re-Scripting Religion in the City: Migration and Religious Identity in the Modern Metropolis

Shifting markers of identity in East London's diasporic religious spaces

‘At Home in the Metropolis: Gender and Ideals of Social Service’

Citizenries and scholarship

Debate: In Response to Charlie

Doh Mix Meh Up: Diaspora and Identity in Art

Religion in Diaspora: Cultures of Citizenship

‘Interrogating Diaspora? Beyond the ethnic mosaic: faith, space and time in London’s east end’

Canvassing the Faithful: Image, Agency and the Lived Religiosity of Devotion to the Divine Mercy

Wounding and Healing: Dealing with Difference in Christian Narratives of Migrant Women in East London since the 1980s

Wounding and Healing: Dealing with Difference in Christian Narratives of Migrant Women in East London since the 1980s.

Canvassing the Faithful: Image, Agency and the Lived Religiosity of Devotion to the Divine Mercy

Rome

Spectacular Miracles: Transforming Images in Italy, 1500-2010

‘Church without walls: mapping the sacred in East London’

‘Migration, Modernity and Religious Identity in Global London’

Notes from the Field: Miraculous Images

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Faith in the home catholic spirituality and devotional materiality in east london

Faith in the Home: Catholic Spirituality and Devotional Materiality in East London

Introduction: Religion and belonging in diaspora

Since 1970

Wadham College 1610-2010

“A liberal place”: 1900-1939

Internet Generation: Computer-Mediated Communication & Christianity

Redefining Christian Britain Post-1945 Perspectives

Representing Spectacular Miracles

Miraculous Images and the Sanctification of Urban Neighborhood in Post-Medieval Italy

The Virgin Mary and the People of Liguria: Image and Cult

Protestant Histories: James Anthony Froude, Partisanship and National Identity

Culture and Anarchy by Matthew Arnold

Lux mundi essayists (act. 1889)

Moore, George (1806–1876), philanthropist and businessman

Rashdall, Hastings (1858–1924), moral philosopher, theologian, and historian

Stephen [née Jackson], Julia Prinsep (1846–1895), celebrated beauty and philanthropist

Women and religion in the Oxford DNB

Women artists in Ruskin's circle (act. 1850s–1900s)

Translations of the Miraculous. Cult Images and their Representation in Early Modern Liguria

The Gospel of Work and the Virgin Mary: Catholics, Protestants and Work in 19th-century Europe

Whose logic? Reflections on gender in the history of ideas

The Nineteenth Century

Gender and the Ideology of Capitalism

Religious and Intellectual Life

Political and Domestic Economy in Victorian Britain: Ruskin and Xenophon

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