Table of Contents – Journal for Research into Freemasonry and Fraternalism, Issue 6.2 (2015)

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Journal for Research into Freemasonry and Fraternalism


Issue 6.2 (2015) table of contents

Editorial-open access
Editorial: Material Culture and Art in the Lodge Room
Jeffrey Tyssens , Joachim Berger , Susan Mitchell Sommers

Painted Ambitions: The Masonic Murals in the Elisha Gilbert House
Margaret Goehring

Furnishing a Lodge Room on the Canadian Frontier: The Material Culture of Rideau Lodge No. 25, 1815–46
Forrest D. Pass

Les tableaux sur toile du Grand Temple de la rue du Persil à Bruxelles (1878–79): Salomon, Hiram et les autres, entre Egypte et Assyrie
Eugène Warmenbol

Masonic Pageantry: The Inspiration for Scottish Rite Costumes, 1867–1920
Aimee E. Newell

Book Reviews-open access
Symbols in the Wilderness: Early Masonic Survivals in Upstate New York, by Jocelyn Godwin and Christian Goodwillie
Aimee E. Newell
Brought to Light: Contemporary Freemasonry, Meaning, and Society, by J. Scott Kenney
Daniel E. Weinbren
As Above, So Below: Art of the American Fraternal Society, 1850–1930, by Lynne Adele and Bruce Lee Webb, and The Badge of a Freemason: Masonic Aprons from the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum and Library, by Aimee E. Newell
Mark Dennis
Getting the Third Degree: Fraternalism, Freemasonry and History, by Guillermo de los Reyes and Paul Rich (eds.)
Adam G. Kendall
Freemasonry: A Very Short Introduction, by Andreas Önnerfors
Diane Clements

Executive Editor
Jeffrey Tyssens
Free University of Brussels (VUB), Belgium

Susan Sommers
Saint Vincent College, United States
Joachim Berger
Leibniz Institute of European History, Germany

Review Editor
Martin Cherry
The Library and Museum of Freemasonry, United Kingdom

ISSN 1757-2460 (print)
ISSN 1757-2479 (online)

Journal for Research into Freemasonry and Fraternalism

Published twice a year, the Journal for Research into Freemasonry and Fraternalism is an interdisciplinary academic journal that seeks to appeal to a broad-based scholarly audience in the domains of arts, humanities and social sciences.

The Journal is concerned with promoting newly emerging scholarly research in all aspects of the history and material culture of the associational lives of men and women from the Middle Ages to the present day, not least in the ways they have acted to shape regional, national and transnational identities.

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