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Dr. Tristan Sturm, School of Natural and Built Environment, Queens University Belfast. Faculty Page
John R. Hall, University of California, Davis writings on apocalyptic and millenarian groups, including issues of violence
Publisher, I.B. Tauris: Studies in Prophecy, the Apocalypse and Millennialism
The FBI's Vault of online FOIA documents: https://vault.fbi.gov/. The vault contains transcripts of the tapes made of negotiations with the Branch Davidians, 50,000 pages of items relating to Peoples Temple, and much more.
All about THOMAS MÜNTZER website by Müntzer enthusiast, Andy Drummond.
The Religious Studies Preoject (RSP) is an international collaborative enterprise producing weekly podcasts with leading scholars on the social-scientific study of religion.
The Oxford Handbook of Millennialism edited by Catherine Wessinger. "An in-depth look at both the theoretical underpinnings of the study of millennialism and its many manifestations across history and cultures."
"The Department of Studies in Religion at the University of Sydney was invited to open a third branch for the Centre for Millennial Studies (the first of which was initiated by Professor Richard Landes at Boston University, USA in 1999), with an ‘open brief’ that reflected the various interests of its Director, Professor Garry W. Trompf. The third branch was at first focused on the sociology and cross-cultural study of millenarian hopes (particularly in Melanesia, where Trompf concentrates much of his research) and on the controversy surrounding the so-called 2YK “bug.” Over time, the scope of research broadened and changed, so that the third branch, having fulfilled its function at the University of Sydney, was eventually closed. The Institute for Millennial and Apocalyptic Studies (IMAS) represents an exciting new chapter in millennial and apocalyptic research overseen by Professor Trompf, whose vision encompasses all that takes in the idea of a new millennium in general, so that work on apocalyptic-type issues (whether historical or contemporary) now sits alongside research into the idea of a ‘new Era of remarkable possibilities.’ Indeed, IMAS covers the broad sweep of millennial and apocalyptic expectation and experience, from ancient religions such as Zoroastrianism, intertestamental Judaism, early Christianity and Gnosticism, to medieval millennialism, apocalypticism, and eschatology, and to contemporary religious, secular, ecological and technological trends."
IMAS members, links and publications.
Garry W Trompf FAHA
Emeritus Professor in the History of Ideas
Adjunct Professor in Peace and Conflict Studies
IMAS Director, Founder
Areas of Specialisation: Millennial and Apocalyptic Studies, Macrohistory in the Western Tradition
Websites: Sydney, academia.edu