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From the Editors of Fides et Historia

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Frank Roberts and I are still verymuch committed to getting FIDES

back on schedule. It had fallen a year behind inpublication. We thought

we could catch up by doing threeyears in two. That now seems infeasible.

A more realistic goal now seems to be to do five years in four. Accordingly,

Calvin College has agreed to givelogistical support [special thanks to CFH

member, and Calvin Provost,Joel Carpenter] through the academic year

2000-2001.

Frank Roberts will continue tobe co-editor through this next

academic year, 1998-1999, but asked not to continuepast that. So, Ronald

Wells will be sole editor through the summer of 2001. DouglasSweeney,

of Trinity Evangelical DivinitySchool, has agreed to remain as book

review editor for the same time period [forwhich the editors are very

grateful]. Therefore, in the summer of 2001, the present editorialteam will

be looking to pass the journal to another team.

While there is obviously no hurry in all this, I suggestthat over the

next few years, institutions and scholars think about where thejournal

might next be housed.

Ron Wells, Calvin College

Co-Editor, Fides et Historia


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1998 CFH MEETING

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GLOBALIZATION AND THE HISTORIAN'S CRAFT

LIPSCOMB UNIVERSITY, NASHVILLE TN

Thursday, September 24, 1988
Plenary Session I
Chair:Charles W. Weber, Wheaton College
Address:"IT'S THE WORLD'S HISTORY: DECOLONIZING
HISTORIOGRAPHY ANDTHE HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY" by Paul
Spikard, University of California at Santa Barbara

[CONVERTED BY MYRMIDON]

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