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Dr Andrew Crome - publications

List of publications

Authored book

  • Andrew Crome. The Restoration of the Jews. International Archives of the History of Ideas. Dordrecht: Springer, 2014. eScholarID:225918

Edited book

  • Andrew Crome, James McGrath. Andrew Crome, James McGrath. ed. Time and Relative Dimensions in Faith: Religion and Doctor Who. London: Darton, Longman and Todd, 2013. eScholarID:211975

Book contribution

  • Andrew Crome. ""The Jewish Indian Theory and Protestant Use of Catholic Thought in the Early Modern Atlantic." In Puritans and Catholics in the Trans-Atlantic World 1600-1800, ed. Crawford Gribben and Scott Spurlock, 112-130. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 2015. eScholarID:277244
  • Andrew Crome. ""Ready to Outsit Eternity": Human Reactions to the Apocalypse in Doctor Who." In Doctor Who in Time and Space, ed. Gillian Leitch, 175-194.2013. eScholarID:190143
  • Andrew Crome. ""There never was a Golden Age”: Doctor Who, Apocalyptic Thought and British Religious History’." In Time and Relative Dimensions in Faith: Religion and Doctor Who, ed. Andrew Crome, James McGrath, 189-204. London: Darton, Longman and Todd, 2013. eScholarID:211978
  • Andrew Crome. "Introduction." In Time and Relative Dimensions in Faith: Religion and Doctor Who, ed. Andrew Crome, James McGrath, xi-xxiv. London: Darton, Longman and Todd, 2013. eScholarID:211976
  • Andrew Crome. "Historical understandings in millennial studies : a case study of Christian Zionism." In Beyond the End: The Future of Millennial Studies, ed. Joshua Searle and Kenneth Newport, 20-46. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2012. eScholarID:181756
  • "‘Friendship and Enmity to God and Nation: The Complexities of Jewish-Gentile Relations in the Whitehall Conference of 1655." In Friendship in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age, ed. Albrecht Classen, Marilyn Sandige, 749-777. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2011. eScholarID:125970

Journal article

  • Andrew Crome. "English National Identity and the Readmission of the Jews, 1650-1656." Journal of Ecclesiastical History 66, no. 2(2015) : 280-301. eScholarID:225919 | DOI:10.1017/S0022046913001577
  • Andrew Crome. "Reconsidering Religion and Fandom: Christian Fan Works in "My Little Pony" Fandom." Culture and Religion 15, no. 4(2014) : 399-418. eScholarID:237159 | DOI:10.1080/14755610.2014.984234
  • Andrew Crome. "Constructing the Political Prophet in 1640s England." Seventeenth Century 26, no. 2(2011) : 279-298. eScholarID:169825 | DOI:10.1080/0268117X.2011.10555671
  • Andrew Crome. "Language and Millennialism in the Evolving Editions of Thomas Wilson’s Christian Dictionary (1612–1678)." Renaissance and Reformation Review 13, no. 3(2011) : 311-337. eScholarID:184658 | DOI:10.1558/rrr.v13i3.311
  • Andrew Crome. "'The Proper and Naturall Meaning of the Prophets': the Hermeneutic Roots of Judeo-Centric Eschatology." Renaissance Studies 24, no. 5(2010) : 725-741. eScholarID:93109 | DOI:10.1111/j.1477-4658.2009.00628.x
  • Andrew Crome. "Politics and Eschatology: Reassessing the Appeal of the “Jewish Indian” Theory in England and New England in the 1650s." Journal of Religious History. eScholarID:267063
  • Andrew Crome. "The 1753 “Jew Bill” Controversy, Jewish Restoration to Palestine, and English National Identity." The English Historical Review. eScholarID:266311
  • Andrew Crome. "Left Behind or Left Below? Parodies of Christian End Times Fiction in American Popular Culture." Journal of American Culture. eScholarID:260869
  • Andrew Crome. "Religion and the Pathologization of Fandom: Religion, Reason and Controversy in My Little Pony fandom." Journal of Religion and Popular Culture. eScholarID:268320

Newspaper/magazine contribution

  • Andrew Crome. "Doctor Who: Time Travel through Faith." BBC Religion(2013) . eScholarID:214008


  • The Jews and the Literal Sense: Hermeneutical approaches in the apocalyptic commentaries of Thomas Brightman. University of Manchester, 2009. eScholarID:93107