The Hibbert Journal
The Hibbert Journal was a large, quarterly magazine in softback book format, issued since 1902 by the Hibbert Trust, best described by its subtitle: "A Quarterly Review of Religion, Theology and Philosophy". In the early years it was published by Williams and Norgate, 14 Henrietta Street, London, with the U.S. Agent being Sherman, French & Co,. 6 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. The subscription c. 1911 was" Ten Shillings per annum, post free." It ceased publication in 1968.
Editorial Board and Key Persons associated with the Journal
In its early years, The Hibbert Journal was edited by L. P. Jacks. A number of eminent people contributed to the production of the Journal; Knights and Lords, professors, philosophers, senior clergy and academics:
- "Hibbert Journal Vol IX, No.9, April 1911
- Index to The Hibbert Journal 1902-1968, Lancelot Austin Garrard, Hibbert Trust, Hibbert Trust, 1987. ISBN 0-9507535-5-6
- Josiah Royce, The Basic Writings of Josiah Royce: Logic, loyalty, and community Fordham University Press, 2005 ISBN 0-8232-2484-8, (p. 1218).
- Volumes 1-12 of The Hibbert Journal (electronic scans of first 36 issues)