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Jon Butler , “Enthusiasm Described and Decried: The Great Awakening as Interpretive Fiction,” The Journal of American History 69 (1982), 305–325.
Susan O'Brien , “A Transatlantic Community of Saints: The Great Awakening and the First Evangelical Network, 1735–1755,” American Historical Review 91 (1986) 811–832
Douglas L. Winiarski , “Souls Filled with Ravishing Transport: Heavenly Visions and the Radical Awakening in New England,” William and Mary Quarterly, Third Series, vol. 61 (2004): 3–46
Thomas S. Kidd , “Daniel Rogers' Egalitarian Great Awakening,” Journal of the Historical Society 7 (2007): 111–35.
S. Lovejoy , Religious Enthusiasm in the New World: Heresy to Revolution (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1985)
Stephen A. Marini , Radical Sects of a Revolutionary New England (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1982), 1–59
Michael P. Winship , “Prodigies, Puritanism, and the Perils of Natural Philosophy: The Example of Cotton Mather,” William and Mary Quarterly, Third Series, vol. 51 (1994): 92–105, especially 102
David Harley “Explaining Salem: Calvinist Psychology and the Diagnosis of Possession,” American Historical Review 101 (1996), 307–330
Douglas C. Stenerson , “An Anglican Critique of the Early Phase of the Great Awakening in New England: A Letter by Timothy Cutler,” William and Mary Quarterly, Third Series, vol. 30 (1973): 475–88, especially 483–84.
William Howland Kenney , “George Whitefield, Dissenter Priest of the Great Awakening, 1739–1741,” William and Mary Quarterly, Third Series, 26 (1969): 75–93
Harvey H. Jackson “Hugh Bryan and the Evangelical Movement in Colonial South Carolina,” William and Mary Quarterly, Third Series, 43 (October 1986): 594–614.
Harry S. Stout and Peter Onuf , “James Davenport and the Great Awakening in New London,” Journal of American History, 70:3 (December 1983): 556–578
George W. Harper , “Clericalism and Revival: The Great Awakening in Boston as a Pastoral Phenomenon,” New England Quarterly, 57 (1984): 554–66
Robert E. Cray Jr. “James Davenport's Post-Bonfire Ministry, 1743–1757,” Historian 59 (1996): 59–73.
Harry Stout “Religion, Communications, and the Ideological Origins of the American Revolution” William and Mary Quarterly, Third Series, 34 (1977): 519-541