While engaged in some internet research concerning the doctrine of the Trinity, I came across a dissertation which immediately 'caught my eye':
The Trinitarian Theology of John Henry Newman's Parochial and Plain Sermons
I provided an 'introduction' of sorts to Newman's thoughts on the Trinity in THIS THREAD; the above dissertation is a valuable and welcome addition to the essay that I linked to in the afore mentioned thread, and is a must read for those who have any interest in Newman and/or Trinitarian thought.
Whether one loves or hates (or something in between) Newman, fact is, he was brilliant; and his patristic scholarship needs to be taken seriously (IMO). Vinh Bao Luu-Quang in his 2010 dissertation brings together a number of important themes concerning Newman's Trinitarian thought, including the significant influence that Athanasius and the Cappadocian Fathers had on him.
Though this dissertation is probably not everyone's 'cup-of-tea', I think that those who do take the time to read it will find it of value.
Grace and peace,