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Center for Studies in the Wesleyan Tradition

 

The Center for Studies in the Wesleyan Tradition is located at Duke Divinity School and was organized in 1979 to undergird Duke Divinity School’s continuing contribution to the Wesley Works Editorial Project and to expand our efforts in related ventures. The Center provides access to research resources for students and scholars of the broad Wesleyan tradition. Information on the full range of programming related to the activities of the Center, its fellows, and its academic programs is located on the Center’s website. The Center is currently under the direction of Dr. Randy Maddox, William Kellon Quick Professor of Wesleyan and Methodist Studies.

The resources included here are cross-searchable and are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-commercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.

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Charles Wesley's Manuscript Verse

Charles Wesley's Published Verse

John Wesley Poetry and Hymn Collection

John Wesley’s Undisputed Verse

Citation Guidelines

When citing materials produced by Center for Studies in the Wesleyan Tradition in all cases:

Mention on your first citation, or in an appropriate list of acknowledgments, that you accessed the material through the website of The Center for Studies in the Wesleyan Tradition, Duke Divinity School. (Web links will remain stable and may also be included.)

For Research Resources, such as bibliographies and poetry indexes:

If the item was previously published, cite original publication details. For other items, give the title and the author/compiler as listed on website (if given).

For Transcripts of Published Wesley Texts:

Cite original publication details — reflected accurately in the transcript. example: Hymns and Sacred Poems (London: Strahan, 1739), p. 12.

For Transcripts of Manuscript Wesley and Methodist Texts:

Use the original title or assigned short title, and pagination as shown in the sidebars of the transcript PDF. Indicate the holding institution of the original document and location details.

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