Archbishop William King and the Anglican Irish context, 1688–1729
Christopher Fauske editor
William King, archbishop of Dublin, was one of the most influential ecclesiastical and political figures of his day – a cleric, theologian and statesman whose struggles to reconcile secular, sectarian and national interests shaped the future of Irish political discourse across all religious and political viewpoints. This collection brings together essays from a range of established and emerging scholars to illuminate the complexity of King's character and intellect.
Christopher Fauske is the Dean of Arts in Newbury College, Massachussetts.