1: Oxford 2: The Movement 3: The Via Media 4: Doubts 5: Crisis 6: Development 7: From Oxford to Rome 8: Controversy and Satire 9: The Idea of a University 10: The Catholic University of Ireland 11: Oratory and University 12: The Idea and the Laity 13: The Years of Silence 14: Apologia 15: Return to Oxford? 16: The Justification of Religious Belief 17: Papal Infallibility 18: Oxford and Rome Again
Ian Ker is a Senior Research Fellow at Blackfriars, Oxford, where he is a member of the theology faculty. He has taught both English literature and theology at universities in both the United Kingdom and the United States. His books include John Henry Newman: A Biography (1988; subsequently re-issued in both hardback and paperback prior to the beatification of Newman in 2010),The Catholic Revival in English Literature, 1845-1961 (2003), and G. K. Chesterton: A biography (2011). He is generally regarded as the leading authority on Newman, on whom he has written and edited more than 20 books.