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Форд Алан

Имя кратко: Форд А.
Имя на родном языке: Ford Alan
Тип персоны: Зарубежные исследователи
Профессиональные интересы: Сравнительное богословие, История Западных исповеданий
Конфессии: Христианство
Краткая биографическая справка:

Профессор Ноттингемского университета.

Обучался в Trinity College (Дублин, Ирландия) и St John's College (Кембриджский университет).

В 1988-1999 гг. преподавал историю Церкви в Даремском университете.

С 1999 г. работает в Ноттингемском университете.

Академические интересы: богословие в эпоху Реформации и контр-Реформации.

Библиография работ автора:
  • 2013. High or low? Writing the Irish reformation in the early nineteenth century Bulletin of the John Rylands Library. (In Press.)
  • FORD, ALAN, 2011. 'Making dead men speak': manipulating the memory of James Usher. In: ,, WILLIAMS, MARK FORREST, STEPHEN and WILLIAMS, MARK, eds., Constructing the past: writing Irish history, 1600-1800 Boydell & Brewer. 49-72
  • and ALAN FORD, 2011. Past but still present: Edmund Borlase, Richard Parr and the reshaping of Irish history for English audiences in the 1680s. In: MACCUARTA, BRIAN, ed., Reshaping Ireland 1550-1700 Irish Academic Press. 281-99
  • FORD, A., 2007. James Ussher: theology, history and politics in early-modern Ireland and England Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • FORD, A., 2006. 'Force and fear of punishment': Protestants and religious coercion in Ireland, 1603-33. In: BORAN, E. and GRIBBEN, C., eds., Enforcing Reformation in Ireland and Scotland, 1550-1700 Aldershot: Ashgate. 91-130
  • FORD, A., 2005. 'The Irish historical renaissance and the shaping of Irish protestant history'. In: FORD, A. and MCCAFFERTY, J., eds., The origins of sectarianism in early-modern Ireland Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 127-157
  • FORD, A., 2005. 'That bugbear Arminianism': Archbishop Laud and Trinity College, Dublin. In: BRADY, C. and OHLMEYER, J., eds., British interventions in early modern Ireland Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 135-160
  • FORD, A., 2005. 'Living together, living apart: sectarianism in early-modern Ireland'. In: FORD, A. and MCCAFFERTY, J., eds., The origins of sectarianism in early-modern Ireland Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1-23
  • FORD, A and MCCAFFERTY, J., eds., 2005. The origins of sectarianism in early-modern Ireland Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • FORD, A., 2004. Ussher, Robert (c.1592-1642) (642 words)Ussher, James (1581-1656) (8651)Ussher, Ambrose (c.1582-1629) (786)Travers, Walter (1548?-1635) (2,742)Ridge, John (1589/90-1637?)(771)Richardson, John (1579/80-1654) (702)Ram, Thomas (1564-: in New Oxford Dictionary of National biography
  • FORD, A., 2003. Criticising the godly prince: Malcolm Hamilton's Passages and consultations. In: CAREY, V.P. and LOTZ-HEUMANN, U., eds., Taking sides? Colonial and confessional mentalites in early modern Ireland: essays in honour of Karl S. Bottigheimer Blackrock, Co. Dublin: Four Courts Press. 116-137
  • FORD, A., 2001. Celtic Christianity: discovery or invention? Search. 24, 5-12
  • FORD, A., 2001. 'Firm Catholics' or 'loyal subjects'? Religious and political allegiance in early Seventeenth-century Ireland. In: BOYCE, D.G., ECCLESHALL, R. and GEOGHEGAN, V., eds., Political discourse in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth- century Ireland Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 1-31
  • FORD, A., 2001. Martyrdom, history and memory in early modern Ireland. In: MCBRIDE, I., ed., History and memory in modern Ireland Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 43-66
  • FORD, A., 2000. Review of Christopher Elwood, 'The body broken' Reviews in Religion and Theology. 7, 63-65
  • FORD, A., 2000. Religion: main feature or side show?. In: KENNEDY, D., ed., Forging an identity: Ireland at the millennium: the evolution of a concept Dublin: Irish Association for Cultural, Economic and Social Relations. 28-33 (In Press.)
  • FORD, A., 1999. Devoted people: belief and religion in early, modern Ireland by Raymond Gillespie Journal of Ecclesiastical History. 50(1), 164-166
  • FORD, A., 1999. Review of A. Morton, 'A turning point in Ireland and Scotland? The challenge to the churches and theology today' Expository Times. 110, 415
  • FORD, A., 1999. Review of Tony Claydon and Ian McBride, 'Protestantism and national identity: Britain and Ireland' Journal of Ecclesiastical History. 50, 164-166
  • FORD, A., 1999. The Reformations in Ireland: tradition and confessionalism, 1400-1690, by Samantha A. Meigs Reformation. 4, 274-275
  • FORD, A., 1999. Parr Lane: 'Newes from the holy ile' Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section C: Archaeology, Celtic Studies, History, Linguistics, Literature. 99, 115-156
  • FORD, A., 1999. James Ussher and the godly prince in early seventeenth-century Ireland. In: MORGAN, H., ed., Political ideology in Ireland, 1541-1641 Blackrock, Co. Dublin: Four Courts Press. 203-228
  • FORD, A., 1998. Reforming the holy isle: Parr Lane and the conversion of the Irish. In: BARNARD, T., Ó CRÓINÍN, D. and SIMMS, K., eds., A miracle of learning: studies in manuscripts and Irish learning: essays in honour of William O'Sullivan Aldershot: Ashgate. 137-163
  • FORD, A., 1998. Parry, The trophies of time: English antiquarians of the seventeenth century Irish Historical Studies. 121, 141
  • FORD, A., 1998. James Ussher and the creation of an Irish Protestant identity. In: BRADSHAW, B. and ROBERTS, P., eds., British consciousness and identity: the making of Britain, 1533-1707 Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 185-212
  • FORD, A., 1998. Who went to Trinity? The early students of Dublin University. In: ROBINSON-HAMMERSTEIN, H., ed., European universities in the age of the Reformation and Counter Reformation Blackrock, Co. Dublin: Four Courts Press. 53-75
  • FORD, A., 1998. Review of Micheline Kearney Walsh, 'An exile of Ireland: Hugh O'Neill, prince of Ulster' History. 83, 331
  • FORD, A., 1997. The Protestant Reformation in Ireland, 1590-1641 2nd ed.. Dublin: Four Courts Press.
  • FORD, A., 1997. Review of T.H.L. Parker, 'Calvin's preaching' Scottish Journal of Theology. 50, 504-505 (In Press.)
  • FORD, A. and WATSON, B., 1996. Using hypertext courseware to teach the New Testament Computers and Texts. 13, 2-4
  • FORD, A., 1996. The origins of Irish dissent. In: HERLIHY, K., ed., The religion of Irish dissent, 1650-1800 Blackrock, Co. Dublin: Four Courts Press. 9-30
  • FORD, A., 1996. Review of Philomena Kilroy, 'Protestant dissent and controversy in Ireland, 1660-1714' English Historical Review. 111, 1288-1289
  • FORD, A., 1995. The Church of Ireland 1558-1634, a Puritan Church?. In: FORD, A., MCGUIRE, J. I. and MILNE, K., eds., As by law established: the Church of Ireland since the Reformation Dublin: Lilliput Press. 52-68
  • FORD, A., 1995. Review of Brian MacCuarta, 'Ulster 1641 - aspects of the rising' Journal of Ecclesiastical History. 46, 337-339
  • FORD, A., 1995. The Reformation in Kilmore to 1641. In: GILLESPIE, R., ed., Cavan: essays on the history of an Irish county Blackrock: Irish Academic Press. 73-98
  • FORD, A., 1995. Standing one's ground: religion, polemic and Irish history since the Reformation. In: FORD, A., MCGUIRE, J. I. and MILNE, K., eds., As by law established: the Church of Ireland since the Reformation Dublin: Lilliput Press. 1-14
  • FORD, A., 1995. Dependent or independent? The Church of Ireland and its colonial context, 1536-1649 The Seventeenth Century. 10(2), 163-187
  • FORD, A., 1994. Review of Julian Davies, 'The Caroline captivity of the church - Charles I and the remolding of Anglicanism, 1625-1641' Irish Historical Studies. 29, 140-141
  • FORD, A., 1994. Zwingli: an introduction to his thought, W. P. Stephens History of European Ideas. 18(4), 615
  • FORD, A., 1994. Review of Gillian Evans, 'Problems of authority in the Reformation debates' Scottish Journal of Theology. 47, 419-420
  • FORD, A., 1994. The European Reformation, Euan Cameron History of European Ideas. 18(4), 634
  • FORD, ALAN, 1956- and MCCAFFERTY, JOHN., The origins of sectarianism in early modern Ireland At:Glasgow - Main Library, Level 8 ; History DY850 ORI, Leeds - Brotherton Library Main Building, level 2 ; Modern History R-2.3 FOR, University of London - ULRLS - Senate House Library HISTORY 6th Flo
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