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A collection of essays examining transatlantic Quakerism in the eighteenth century, a period during which Quakers became increasingly sectarian even as they expanded their engagement with worldly affairs.
"This book will become a central work for a period of Quaker history that has lacked a comprehensive history to date." -Thomas Hamm, author of The Quakers in America
"Quakerism in the Atlantic World makes an invaluable contribution to Quaker history and scholarship, both in its own right and as a catalyst for further exploration and analysis of Quakerism during this period. At the very end of the book, Healey states that, for the contributors, what was perhaps most important, was opening up space for future research and dialogue. The collection certainly seems to meet that objective, and in time, it will no doubt be recognised as a book that stimulated the work of a new generation of scholars, and inaugurated a thorough-going reappraisal of Quakerism during the long eighteenth century." -Stuart Masters, Journal of the Friends Historical Society