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INFORMATION ABOUT THE COMPETITION
The Stone-Campbell Journal began publication in 1998, and publishes two issues a year. It is peer-reviewed, and publishes in the subject areas of biblical interpretation, history, theology, philosophy, apologetics, and cultural criticism related to the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement.
Phillips’ own Dr. Lisa Barnett presented her paper, “Disturber of the Peace: The Life and Work of Elizabeth Grannis” at the 2012 Conference. See IN THE NEWS section for news articles and Dr. Barnett’s paper.
Dr Barnett is the Phillips Seminary advisor/sponsor for the paper competition. If you are interested in submitting a paper, contact her for more information.
2020 ERRETT AWARD CALL FOR PAPERS
JANUARY 17, 2020—PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE FOR THE 2020 CONFERENCE
This is a reminder of the call for submission of papers for the Isaac Errett Award in studies in Stone-Campbell history. The Disciples of Christ Historical Society and the Stone-Campbell Journal Conference sponsor this competition annually to promote scholarship in the history and theology of the Stone-Campbell Movement (SCM) globally.
Papers may be 12-15 pages in length, and presentations must be no more than 25 minutes in duration. A panel of SCM scholars will carefully evaluate each study submitted and select the winning paper. The winner will present her or his paper at the Stone-Campbell Journal Conference at Johnson University in Knoxville, TN, April 10-11, 2020. The winning writer will receive a cash award and their paper will be considered for publication in the Stone-Campbell Journal.
Douglas Foster (Graduate School of Theology, ACU) and Newell Williams (Brite Divinity School) serve as administrators of the Isaac Errett History Paper Award. Please submit all papers (in Microsoft Word format) for the 2020 competition to Douglas Foster at firstname.lastname@example.org by January 17, 2020. Papers will not be accepted after this date. Include information concerning the school and academic program of the writer, and if submitted by the student, include the name and e-mail address of the faculty sponsor (Dr. Lisa Barnett, email@example.com). Direct all questions to Dr. Foster.
Please forward this notice to others who may have students who have completed or will complete papers in Stone-Campbell history this fall. Thank you for your work with students.
Douglas A. Foster
Director, Center for Restoration Studies
Professor of Church History
Graduate School of Theology
Abilene Christian University
The Stone-Campbell Journal is indexed in New Testament Abstracts, Old Testament Abstracts, and ATLA Religion Database, all of which are available to PTS students in the online databases. Articles from the journal are available in full-text in the ATLA Religion Database, and the Phillips Library keeps bound hard copies of the journal in the Discipliana Collection.
Assistant Professor of the History of Christianity
Additional information on Lisa Barnett can be found in the faculty directory on the PTS website.
Assistant Dean of the Library & Instruction Librarian