Nineteenth-Century Anglican Architecture in Virginia: Gothic Churches in an Evangelical Diocese
Hassman, Lachlan, Religious Studies - Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Virginia
Warren, Heather, AS-Religious Studies, University of Virginia
Nelson, Louis, PV-Ofc of Exec VP & Provost, University of Virginia
The adoption of gothic architecture by nineteenth-century Episcopalians represents a major shift in the liturgical piety and theological convictions of the denomination. This thesis explores this shift through the ecclesiastical locus of the Diocese of Virginia, tracing the architectural history of Virginia Anglicanism from the colonial period through the nineteenth century.
MA (Master of Arts)
Christ Church, Charlottesville, Christ Church, Glenover, Christ Church, Lancaster, Abingdon Church, Gloucester, Charlottesville, Grace Church, Cismont, Grace Church, Keswick, Richard Kieckhefer, Lindsay Jones, Diocese of Virginia, Episcopal, The Episcopal Church, Anglicanism, Architectural History, Gothic Architecture, Evangelicalism