Our intention with this section is to open a window onto Masonic research papers that we believe are of potential interest to members of QCCC. We intend to add additional papers from multiple sources over time.
The papers reflect the opinions of their respective authors and are presented without editing by QC.
Proportionate Representation – As the Basis of the Vote for Grand Lodge Officers – an Introduction and Paper from Robert Kliaman
Atlantic Antagonism, Revolution and Race in German American Masonic relations 1848 1861 – a paper by Andreas Önnerfors published in Atlantic Studies.
Freemasonry and Civil Society – by Andreas Önnerfors, first published in Ivo Cerman, Rita Krueger, Susan Reynolds (Eds.), The Enlightenment in Bohemia: religion, morality and multiculturalism, Voltaire Foundation, Oxford, 2011, p. 111-28.
William ‘Hurricane’ Gilbert – a paper presented to the QC 2018 Conference in Alexandria, VA, by Dr Marsha Keith Schuchard, together with an addendum and additional research. Please click to view the additional material: Gilbert’s letter to the City Gazette, Charleston, SC; William Gilbert in 1824.
A Spanish-language paper on Simon Bolivar and Pablo Morillo presented by Eduardo Romero Rodríguez, Juan Manuel Idrovo Cubides and others at the QC Conference in Alexandria, VA, in September 2018.
Freemasonry and Religion – presented to the Victorian Lodge of Research, No. 218, United Grand Lodge of Victoria, Australia
Freemasonry in the Philippines – presented to the Victorian Lodge of Research No. 218, United Grand Lodge of Victoria, Australia
The morality of Hávámál through the eyes of a Freemason – a comparison between Icelandic Poems and Masonic Writings – Lodge Snorri, the Research Lodge of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland
The Repression of Freemasonry by the Spanish Inquisition, a paper by Fernando Gil-González.
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