THOMAS CHALMERS, DAVID STOW AND THE ST JOHN'S EXPERIMENT: A STUDY IN EDUCATIONAL INFLUENCE IN SCOTLAND AND BEYOND, 1819-c.1850
- The Legacy of Thomas Chalmers. Roxborogh, John // International Bulletin of Missionary Research;Oct99, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p173
Profiles Thomas Chalmers, an Scottish evangelical spokesman. Personal background; Role in the formation of the Free Church of Scotland in 1843; Career background; His contributions to the missionary churches.
- OBITUARIES. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);1/13/96, Vol. 312 Issue 7023, p118
Presents an obituary for epidemiologist Thomas Chalmers, former dean of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City.
- Thomas Chalmers, David Nasmith, and the Origins of the City Mission Movement. Shaw, Ian J. // Evangelical Quarterly;Jan2004, Vol. 76 Issue 1, p31
Examines the history of urban mission in the 19th century in Glasgow, Scotland, with particular reference to David Nasmith. Need to relate the gospel in an urban context; Thomas Chalmers' Glasgow ministry; Chalmers' support for the Glasgow City mission.
- 'Making the Working Man Like Me': Charity, Pastorship, and Middle-Class Identity in Nineteenth-Century Britain; Thomas Chalmers and Dr. James Phillips Kay. // Victorian Studies;Summer2001, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p591
Focuses on the careers of Thomas Chalmers, the Scottish clergyman and the most influential figure to emerge during the early-nineteenth century rage of Christian economics, and Doctor James Phillips Kay, author of 'The Moral and Physical Condition of the Working Classes.' Charity in its...
- THEATRE. JORDAN, ELIZABETH // America;1/14/1939, Vol. 60 Issue 15, p359
The article reviews the revival of Sutton Vane's play "Outward Bound," produced by the Playhouse Company and starring Laurette Taylor, Thomas Chalmers and Vincent Price.
- Thomas Chalmers (1780 -1847) in North America (ca. 1830-1917). Noll, Mark A. // Church History;Dec97, Vol. 66 Issue 4, p762
Focuses on Scottish Minister, Thomas Chalmers, and the impact of his sermons upon London, England, and refers to North America. Background information on Chalmers; Reputation of Chalmers; Purpose of study on Chalmers by scholars; History relating to Chalmers' ministry; Details on sermons given...
- The oldest extant undergraduate essay in economics? Waterman, A. M. C. // Journal of the History of Economic Thought;Dec2005, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p359
The article comments on one of two undergraduate essays in political economy written by Pat J. Stirling for Thomas Chalmers, professor of moral philosophy at Saint Andrews University in the 1820s. The author considers the two essays as the oldest extant undergraduate essays in economics. The...
- CHALMERS, Thomas (1780-1847). Brown, Stewart J. // Continuum Encyclopedia of British Philosophy;2006, Vol. 1, p594
An encyclopedia entry for Scottish philosopher Thomas Chalmers is presented. Chalmers was born in the East Fife coastal burgh of Anstruther on March 17, 1780 and died in Edinburgh, England on May 30, 1847. He studied at St. Andrews and Edinburgh Universities, and ordained as the Church of...
- AnfÃ¤nge sozialpolitischer Intervention in Deutschland und England — einige Hinweise zu wechselseitigen Beziehungen. Tennstedt, Florian // Zeitschrift fÃ¼r Sozialreform;sep/okt1983, Vol. 29 Issue 9/10, p631
The article discusses the historic evolution of English and German social policy and their mutual influences. Early English poverty was discussed in Thomas Chalmers' "The Christian and Civic Economic in Large Towns," translated into German by Otto von Gerlach (1847). Among other cross-national...