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(p. v) Acknowledgements

(p. v) Acknowledgements

The editors are most grateful to our international team of contributors, for sharing the fruits of their scholarly expertise, and for crafting their chapters with such skill and such careful attention to the needs of our readers. This has been a large project, which has explored the Oxford Movement from a multi-disciplinary and global perspective, and we believe that the rich diversity of our contributors’ interests and backgrounds have helped to express the extraordinary versatility and importance of this Movement. The editors owe a special debt of gratitude to the Rt Rev Jonathan Baker, Bishop of Fulham. The Oxford Handbook of the Oxford Movement was originally his idea and he took the initial steps in getting the project off the ground and enlisted some of the future contributors while he was Principal of Pusey House, Oxford. In the event, his elevation to the episcopate made it impossible for him to continue in his involvement in the Handbook. Tom Perridge, Senior Commissioning Editor at Oxford University Press, has been a constant source of support and encouragement throughout the preparation of this volume. The editors’ thanks also extend to Karen Raith, Commissioning Editor at OUP, and to her predecessor, Elizabeth Rowbotham. We are grateful for their sympathetic and patient following of the different phases of the project. We are also indebted to Joanna North for her meticulous attention to detail in sifting through the manuscript at the copy-editing stage, pointing out minor mistakes or missing details. Last but not least we record our thanks to Gayathree Sekar and Hayley Buckley for their expert roles in the final production and proof-reading stages of the project. (p. vi)