Institute of Mennonite Studies
A word from the Director
Celebrating AMBS and IMS publications
For near four decades, IMS has annually celebrated publications of AMBS faculty, staff, and students, as well as IMS-supported publications, including publications in each of the institute's major series, Classics of the Radical Reformation series, Intercultural Biblical Hermeneutics Series, Occasional Papers, Studies in Anabaptist Theology and Ethics, Studies in Peace and Scripture series, and the Text Reader series.
IMS maintains a subscribers list, to whom announcements of publications and coming events are sent. Those who request standing order status receive a 20% discount. Email us for more details or see our annual publication Celebration for a list of our most recent offerings.
New series from IMS and T&T Clark
The Institute of Mennonite Studies has launched a new series with historic publisher T&T Clark called Studies in Anabaptist and Theology and Ethics. The series, edited by AMBS's Malinda Elizabeth Berry and Baylor University's Paul Martens, is dedicated to displaying the vibrant global resurgence of theological reflection and praxis in and adjacent to the Anabaptist tradition. The first volume in the series, Recovering from the Anabaptist Vision: New Essays in Anabaptist Identity and Theological Method, is now available. The second volume, Liberating the Politics of Jesus:Renewing Peace Theology through the Wisdom of Women, is available in fall 2020.
Copies can be purchased from the AMBS bookstore.
The latest issue of Vision: A Journal for Church and Theology, on the topic "encountering God," is guest edited by Canadian Mennonite University's Andrew Dyck. For full text of current and past issues, available in print by subscription and for free online, visit the official site.
Scribes for the Reign of God is an annual project in which faculty participate in sustained conversation among selected scholars working on a particular topic. The 2019–20 collaborators were Andrew Brubacher Kaethler, PhD, David C. Cramer, PhD, Brent Graber, MATS, and Beverly Lapp, EdD, and their subject their subject was technology. Previous scribes include Safwat Marzouk, Mary H. Schertz, Katerina Friesen, Malinda Berry, and Allan Rudy-Froese, among others.
IMS's work is financed by grants from foundations and church agencies, individual contributions, royalty payments from publications and a portion of the AMBS budget. To contribute, use our online giving form and designate your gift for "Institute of Mennonite Studies."
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