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Kenneth L. Carroll

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Quakerism

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Background Information

Employment History

Professor

Southern Methodist University


Affiliations

Pendle Hill

Board Member


Quaker

Historian


Third Haven

Trustee, Quaker History


Anna H. & Elizabeth M. Chace Fund

Treasurer


Third Haven

Member


Haverford College

T. Wistar Brown Fellow


Education

BA Degree

Duke University


Ph.D. degree

Duke University


Web References(40 Total References)


www.pendlehill.org

Kenneth L. Carroll Scholarship for Biblical and Quaker Studies
This Pendle Hill scholarship has been established as an endowment to support and encourage persons with serious interest in the study of the Bible and Quaker faith and practice. It is hoped that the work resulting from their study will be shared with others as part of encouraging the nurturance and development of Friends Meetings. Kenneth L. Carroll is the former president of the Friends Historical Association in the United States and the Friends Historical Society in the United Kingdom. A convinced Friend (while a graduate student at Duke), he helped found the Dallas (Texas) Friends Meeting in 1952. He was professor of Religious Studies at Southern Methodist University, where he taught for 34 years; is the author of numerous books and articles (some in Swarthmore College's collection); and was clerk of Third Haven Friends Meeting in Easton, Maryland, U.S.A. He has contributed to the work of the American Friends Service Committee (chairing their SW regional committee), the Friends World Committee for Consultation (where he chaired the nominating committee for the national and international sections), and Friends General Conference (for six years). He traveled widely among Friends (both at home and abroad) for more than 50 years. The scholarship which carries his name is intended to increase interest in and knowledge of Biblical and Quaker thought among Friends.


www.thirdhaven.org [cached]

300 Years of Quakerism by Ken Carroll
Kenneth L. Carroll, Joseph Nichols and the Nicholites, A Look at the 'New Quakers' of Maryland, Delaware, North and South Carolina (Easton MD., 1962); ÒAnother Look at the Nicholites, The Southern Friend, V, No.2 (Autumn, 1983), 3-26, Quakerism on the Eastern Shore. Clarence Pickett of the AFSC and author of For More Than Bread spoke, as did Kenneth Carroll. In 1962, by special request, Third Haven sponsored a public meeting to help mark the tercentenary of Talbot County's establishment, with Kenneth Carroll speaking on "Quakerism and its Effects on Three Hundred Years of Talbot County History." About the Authors A native of Easton, Maryland, Dr. Kenneth L. Carroll received his BA, BD, and Ph.D. degrees from Duke University, where he was elected to membership in Phi Beta Kappa. Dr. Carroll is the author of Quakerism on the Eastern Shore, joseph Nichols and the Nicholites, and John Perrot, Early Quaker Schismatic and the editor of Creative Centre of Quakerism. Dr. Carroll has been active in many Quaker organizations, including the Friends World Committee for Consultation, Friends General Conference, American Friends Service Committee, and Friends Committee on National Legislation. He has traveled widely among Friends in North America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. A member of the Department of Religious Studies at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, since 1952, Dr. Carroll has held the rank of Professor since 1960. He has lectured at Pendle Hill (the Quaker Study Center in Pennsylvania), served as the T. Wistar Brown Fellow at Haverford College in 1969-1970, and now is a member of the Board of Pendle Hill. Professor Carroll also holds life membership in the following organizations: Friends Historical Association (USS), Friends Historical Society (U.K.), Society of Biblical Literature, Maryland Historical Society, and the Penn Club (London).


www.pendlehill.org

Kenneth L. Carroll Scholarship for Biblical and Quaker Studies
This Pendle Hill scholarship has been established as an endowment to support and encourage persons with serious interest in the study of the Bible and Quaker faith and practice. It is hoped that the work resulting from their study will be shared with others as part of encouraging the nurturance and development of Friends Meetings. Kenneth L. Carroll is the former president of the Friends Historical Association in the United States and the Friends Historical Society in the United Kingdom. A convinced Friend (while a graduate student at Duke), he helped found the Dallas (Texas) Friends Meeting in 1952. He was professor of Religious Studies at Southern Methodist University, where he taught for 34 years; is the author of numerous books and articles (some in Swarthmore College's collection); and was clerk of Third Haven Friends Meeting in Easton, Maryland, U.S.A. He has contributed to the work of the American Friends Service Committee (chairing their SW regional committee), the Friends World Committee for Consultation (where he chaired the nominating committee for the national and international sections), and Friends General Conference (for six years). He traveled widely among Friends (both at home and abroad) for more than 50 years. The scholarship which carries his name is intended to increase interest in and knowledge of Biblical and Quaker thought among Friends.


www.thirdhaven.org [cached]

300 Years of Quakerism by Ken Carroll
Kenneth L. Carroll, Joseph Nichols and the Nicholites, A Look at the 'New Quakers' of Maryland, Delaware, North and South Carolina (Easton MD., 1962); ÒAnother Look at the Nicholites, The Southern Friend, V, No.2 (Autumn, 1983), 3-26, Quakerism on the Eastern Shore. Clarence Pickett of the AFSC and author of For More Than Bread spoke, as did Kenneth Carroll. In 1962, by special request, Third Haven sponsored a public meeting to help mark the tercentenary of Talbot County's establishment, with Kenneth Carroll speaking on "Quakerism and its Effects on Three Hundred Years of Talbot County History." About the Authors A native of Easton, Maryland, Dr. Kenneth L. Carroll received his BA, BD, and Ph.D. degrees from Duke University, where he was elected to membership in Phi Beta Kappa. Dr. Carroll is the author of Quakerism on the Eastern Shore, joseph Nichols and the Nicholites, and John Perrot, Early Quaker Schismatic and the editor of Creative Centre of Quakerism. Dr. Carroll has been active in many Quaker organizations, including the Friends World Committee for Consultation, Friends General Conference, American Friends Service Committee, and Friends Committee on National Legislation. He has traveled widely among Friends in North America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. A member of the Department of Religious Studies at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, since 1952, Dr. Carroll has held the rank of Professor since 1960. He has lectured at Pendle Hill (the Quaker Study Center in Pennsylvania), served as the T. Wistar Brown Fellow at Haverford College in 1969-1970, and now is a member of the Board of Pendle Hill. Professor Carroll also holds life membership in the following organizations: Friends Historical Association (USS), Friends Historical Society (U.K.), Society of Biblical Literature, Maryland Historical Society, and the Penn Club (London).


www.thirdhaven.org [cached]

Kenneth Carroll, Laurence Claggett, Jr., Marsie Hawkinson, Allan Mielke, Sumner Parker, Diana Rein, Adrienne Rudge
Ken Carroll: Quaker History


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