Showing posts from August, 2013

Comic Books and American Religion

Author Interview with John Stauffer and Benjamin Soskis

"Political Catholics," Católicos Por La Raza & Remembering the Chicano Moratorium

Office for the Cultivation of "Beautiful Flowers from the Same Garden: A Reflection on the State Department's Office of Faith-Based Community Initiatives


Traces of Early America

Back to School

Religion and the Cinematic Experience, or, Thank You Brent Plate

USIH Books, Scientific Democracy, and the Legacy of Liberal Protestantism

Spiritualism, Slavery, and Whiteness in the 1850s

Coming to a Classroom Near You: Religion in Film

Religion in the High School American History Classroom

Turning Points in American Church History

Making a Way through Stories

Know Your Archives: Learning to Read in Bethlehem

“Grande Passion”: Thoughts on Starbucks and Evangelical Culture

More Award Winners

What are Marriage Contracts for?

Prince Edward County Commemorates the 50th Anniversary of Town Kneel-Ins

Worlds of Billy Graham Conference

A History of the Jesus People: An Interview with Larry Eskridge

U.S. Intellectual History Conference November 1-3

And the Winner Is...

Angels Among Us

"Hallelujah I'm a Bum": Contesting Who Will End Poverty

Proceedings for #RAAC2013 Released

Jeff Sharlet on faith and faithlessness in America, a repost

Reviewing Schlereth's An Age of Infidels


The Barbarous Years

The New Mind of the South, and Novel Thoughts about Southern Evangelicals

On the Death of Robert Bellah: "I have to look elsewhere, and, with Heraclitus, declare that life and death are one."