James F. White
WHITE, James Floyd. b. Boston, Massachusetts, 23 January, 1932; d. South Bend, Indiana, 31 October 2004. He was educated at Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts (graduated 1949), Harvard University (AB, 1953), and Union Theological Seminary, New York City (BD 1956). After a Fulbright Fellowship to study liturgy at Cambridge University, UK (1956-1957), he completed graduate studies at Duke University (PhD, 1960) with a dissertation, ‘The Medieval Revival in the Church of England in the Nineteenth Century’, which was the basis of his first major book, The Cambridge Movement: The Ecclesiologists and the Gothic Revival (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1962). Post-doctoral studies...
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