This feature highlights books of potential interest to Quaker studies scholars. Titles include non-traditional academic publications, books from local publishers or published independently, interesting mentions of Quakers and data-centred texts. We are happy to hear from readers about additional texts that might be included in future (email
Gene Allen (ed.), The Quaker Sergeant’s War: The Civil War Diary of Sergeant David M. Haworth, Fort Worth: Texas Christian University Press, 2019.
Gregory Allen Barnes, Living into the Faith: A Quaker Diary 2007–2015, USA: Independently Published, 2019.
Os Cresson (ed.), It Made My Heart Thump: Rebecca’s Letters from Iran 1951–1953, Iowa City, IA: Morning Walk Press, 2019.
Donne Hayden, A Sense of the Meeting: A History of Elk Monthly Meeting 1805–2005, USA: Independently Published via KDP, 2020.
Sean D. Moore, Slavery and the Making of Early American Libraries: British Literature, Political Thought, and the Transatlantic Book Trade, 1731–1814, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019.