Jeffrey W. Barbeau is professor of theology at Wheaton College, Reviews Editor at The Coleridge Bulletin, and a writer on British Romanticism, religion and literature, historical theology, and global Methodism.
His most recent monograph is an intellectual biography of the poet, theologian, and daughter of Samuel Taylor Coleridge: Sara Coleridge: Her Life and Thought (2014). The Times Literary Supplement notes that “Sara Coleridge emerges from these pages as an intellectually formidable, powerfully compassionate and rigorously scholarly figure who bore the many difficulties of her life with profound nobility.”
His articles and reviews have appeared in publications such as the Journal of Religion, Methodist Review: A Journal of Wesleyan and Methodist Studies, Anglican Theological Review, Heythrop Journal, European Romantic Review, Journal of Church and State, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, and The Wordsworth Circle. He blogs at Reading History—a collection of thoughts and ideas, reflections, ruminations, criticisms, doubts, guesses and suspicions about books on romanticism, religion, history, and culture. He may also be found on Twitter.