A brief history of the Protestant movement among the ethnic Albanian populations in Sicily, especially Hora e Arbëreshëvet, or Piana degli Albanesi.
It was the Albanians themselves who introduced the Evangelical faith among Albanian communities. That faith does not militate against a genuine and continuing Albanian identity.
Edith Durham compared the Bektashi Moslems to the English Nonconformists of her lifetime. David Young explores why.
A response to claims in Albanian communist literature that Evangelical missionaries and local workers were spies.