President William L. Fox '75 is the editor of a new book in the Studies in Church History series published by Peter Lang publishing, The Protestant International and the Huguenot Migration to Virginia, by David E. Lambert.
Fox is the general and founding editor of the series, of which its publishers state, "The particular focus of the series is the treatment of religious thought as being vital to the historical context and outcome of Christian experience. Fresh interpretations of classic and well-known Christian thinkers (e.g., Augustine, Luther, Calvin, Edwards, etc.) using multicultural perspectives, the critical approaches of feminist and men's studies form the foundation of the series. Meanwhile, new voices from Christian history need illumination and explication by church historians in this series."
Fox is the author of three books, a study of Harvard theologian Willard L. Sperry (1991), the award-winning Valley of the Craftsmen (2001) and Lodge of the Double-Headed Eagle: Two Centuries of Scottish Rite Freemasonry (1999).
More: President Fox's Web site
Posted: January 29, 2010