Journal for Research into Freemasonry and Fraternalism, Vol 3, No 1 (2012)

Report from Doctoral Students Study Day UCL, London

Andrew Pink, Harriet Sandvall
Issued Date: 15 Oct 2013


This report provides details of seven promising PhD projects presented by doctoral students working in the domain of freemasonry and fraternalism, with commentaries by Professor Cécile Révauger from Université de Bordeaux III, who is perhaps the leading European scholar of eighteenth-century freemasonry, and by Miguel Hernandez, doctoral student from University of Exeter. The students’ research covered colonial freemasonry in India, Belgian reactions to fascist prohibition of freemasonry in Italy, masonic pottery, the Ku Klux Klan and freemasonry in the US, the creation of a Belgian national identity, female masonic rituals, and an introduction to the life of nineteenth-century Egyptologist and social climber Thomas Pettigrew. This impressive range demonstrates the excellent health of research into freemasonry in our universities.

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DOI: 10.1558/jrff.v3i1.112


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