RiAH @ AHA 2017



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The new year is quickly approaching--and, for the sake of beloved celebrities, not soon enough.  In between writing spring syllabi and course schedules, it's time again to set AHA schedules. Once again, I've made a round-up of Religion in America History at AHA 2017. The full list includes panels at AHA and its affiliated societies like American Society for Church History and American Catholic Historical Association. (A brief list of RiAH contributor panels can be found below.) I'm looking forward to seeing RiAH contributors and readers there. As always, readers are welcome to submit their review of conference panels as guests posts via email to cara [dot] burnidge [at] uni [dot] edu.

RiAH Contributor Panels At-A-Glance

Thursday, January 5
  • 3:30-5PM Is Collaboration Worth It? A Roundtable Discussion, Colorado Convention Center, Room 501 featuring Blogmeister Emeritus Paul Harvey & the intrepid Ed Blum
  • 5:30-6:30 Reception for Bloggers & Twitterstorians Sheraton Denver Downtown, Plaza Ballroom F
Friday, January 6
  • 8:30-10:00AM New Directions in American Religion & Internationalism Colorado Convention Center, Room 702 featuring Cara Burnidge, Matt Sutton, Emily Conroy-Krutz, & Chris Nichols 
  • 3:30-5PM 
    • Bringing Sport into the Game: New Scholarship at the Intersection of Christianity & Sports in the 20th Century U.S. Colorado Convention Center Room 702 featuring Matt Sutton, Hunter Hampton, Seth Dowland, 
Paul Putz, Arlene Sanchez-Walsh
    • Sacred Answers to Secular Questions: Religious Critiques of Democratic Politics in Antebellum America Colorado Convention Center, Room 704 with Michael Pasquier
  • 7:30-9:00PM ASCH Extraordinary Business Meeting Hyatt Regency Centennial Ballroom B
Saturday, January 7
  • 10:30AM-12PM 
    • Whose Backlash? Liberal Religious Responses to Conservative Populism, 1965-85 Sheraton Denver Downtown, Director’s Row H with Brantley Gasaway and Karen Johnson
    • The Future of Catholic History: What Do Graduate Students Want to Know? Sheraton Denver Downtown, Governor’s Square 16 with Peter Cajka
  • 1:30-3:00PM The New Academic Hagiography: Perspectives, Methods, and Analysis Colorado Convention Center 705 with Elesha Coffman
The full list of Religion in America History at AHA 2017 panels can be found at this link. 

2 comments:

Karen Johnson at: January 2, 2017 at 7:59 PM said...

Thank you, Cara.

Monica L. Mercado at: January 3, 2017 at 8:17 PM said...

Wish I were going to be there--and looking forward to following on Twitter!

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