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Green, Rev. Vivian Hubert Howardlocked

DD, FRHistS

Born 18 Nov. 1915; s of Hubert James and Edith Eleanor Playle Green; unmarried; died 18 Jan. 2005

Fellow and Tutor in History, 1951–83, Rector, 1983–87, Hon. Fellow, 1987, Lincoln College, Oxford

Education

Bradfield Coll., Berks; Trinity Hall, Cambridge (Schol.; Goldsmiths’ Exhibnr; 1st cl. Hist. Tripos, Parts I and II; Lightfoot Schol. in Ecclesiastical Hist.; Thirlwall Medal and Prize, 1941; MA 1941); MA Oxon by incorp., 1951; DD Cambridge, 1958; DD Oxon by incorp., 1958

Career

Gladstone Research Studentship, St Deiniol’s Library, Hawarden, 1937–38; ordained deacon, 1939, priest, 1940; Fellow, St Augustine’s Coll., Canterbury, 1939–48; Chaplain, Exeter Sch. and St Luke’s Training Coll., Exeter, 1940–42; Chaplain and Asst Master, Sherborne Sch., Dorset, 1942–51; Lincoln College, Oxford: Chaplain, 1951–69; Sen. Tutor, 1953–62 and 1974–77; Sub-Rector, 1970–83; acting Rector, 1972–73. Select Preacher, Oxford, 1959–60, 1992. Vis. Prof. of History, Univ. of S Carolina, 1982

Publications

Bishop Reginald Pecock, 1945; The Hanoverians, 1948; From St Augustine to William Temple, 1948; Renaissance and Reformation, 1952; The Later Plantagenets, 1955; Oxford Common Room, 1957; The Young Mr Wesley, 1961; The Swiss Alps, 1961; Martin Luther and the Reformation, 1964; John Wesley, 1964; Religion at Oxford and Cambridge (historical survey), 1964; The Universities, 1969; Medieval Civilization in Western Europe, 1971; A History of Oxford University, 1974; The Commonwealth of Lincoln College 1427–1977, 1979; Love in a Cool Climate: the letters of Mark Pattison and Meta Bradley 1879–1884, 1985; (ed) Memoirs of an Oxford Don: Mark Pattison, 1988; (with William Scoular) A Question of Guilt: the murder of Nancy Eaton, 1988; The Madness of Kings, 1993; A New History of Christianity, 1996; The European Reformation, 1998; contributor to: Dictionary of English Church History (ed Ollard, Crosse and Bond); The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church (ed Cross); European Writers, The Middle Ages and Renaissance (ed W. T. H. Jackson and G. Stade), vols I and II, 1983; The History of the University of Oxford, vol. V, The Eighteenth Century (ed L. S. Sutherland and L. G. Mitchell), 1986

Addresses

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