David Manning


David Manning received his Ph.D. in History from Clare College, Cambridge (2009). He has held postdoctoral research fellowships at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, Edinburgh (2011–12), and the John Rylands Research Institute, Manchester (2014), and is now an Honorary Visiting Fellow at the University of Leicester. With research interests in the history of Christian thought and culture across Britain and the wider English-speaking world, c.1500–c.1800, David’s recent publications include: “Reformation and the Wickedness of Port Royal, Jamaica, 1655–c.1692”, in Puritans and Catholics in the Trans-Atlantic World, 1600–1800, eds Crawford Gribben and Scott Spurlock (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015); “Anglican Religious Societies, Organisations, and Missions,” in The Oxford History of Anglicanism: Volume II, ed. Jeremy Gregory (Oxford University Press, 2017); and “History, Historiography, and ‘the Scottish Reformation’”, in A Companion to The Scottish Reformation, ed. Ian Hazlett (Brill, forthcoming). David also serves as Deputy Editor of Reformation and Renaissance Review.