Mary Sudman Donovan
George Washington at "Head Quarters, Dobbs Ferry" Hudson River at Dobbs Ferry
Other Publications

 by Mary Sudman Donovan



"Creating a Neighborhood:  The Social Service Networks of Mary Kingsbury Simkhovitch," in Deeper Joy:  Lay Women and Vocation in the 20th Century Episcopal Church., Fredrica Harris Thompsett and Sheryl Kujawa-Holbrook, eds.  Church Publishing Company, 2005.


"Beyond the Parallel Church:  Strategies of Separatism and Integration in the Governing Councils of the Episcopal Church," in Episcopal Women:  Gender, Spirituality and Commitment in a Mainline Denomination, edited by Catherine Prelinger.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1992.


Women Priests in the Episcopal Church:  The Experience of the First Decade. Cincinnati:  Forward Movement Publications, 1988.


Lambeth Wives' Conference," in John M.  Krumm, Letters from Lambeth.   Cincinnati:  Forward Movement Publications, 1988.


"Behold, Our Works Were Good," Article in volume by same name edited by Elizabeth Jacoway.  Little Rock:  August House, 1988.


The People of Brooklyn:  A History of Two Neighborhoods.    New York:  Brooklyn Educational and Cultural Alliance, 1980.  With David Ment.


Kentucky's Black Heritage.  Louisville:  Ky. Human Rights Commission., 1971.



     "Anglican Women:  'Empowering each other to further God's Kingdom,'" The             Journal of Anglican Studies (June 2007).

      "Episcopalians at Ground Zero,"  Sewanee Theological Review 45 (Easter 2002).

     "Women Missionaries in Utah," Anglican and Episcopal History 66 (June 1997):          154-174.

 "Susan Knapp, Deaconess,"  Anglican and Episcopal History   63 (December 1994).


"American Women as Foreign Missionaries in the Episcopal Church, 1830 - 1920,"  Anglican and Episcopal History, 62 (March 1992), 40 ‑ 55.


"Women at Lambeth, 1988," Anglican and Episcopal History   58 (September1989): 353 ‑ 363.


Nurses in the War Between the States," presented at Civil War Roundtable, Little Rock, August 28, 1986.   The United Daughters of the Confederacy Magazine,  May 1987.


"Women and Mission:  Towards a More Inclusive Historiography," Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church  53 (December 1984): 297-305.


"Zealous Evangelists:  the Woman's Auxiliary to the Board of Missions," Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church  51 (December 1982): 371-383.