Showing posts from January, 2010

Misunderstood Puritans, John Cotton, and Scandal in 17th-Century New England: An Interview with Sheila McIntyre and Len Travers

Why is the South So Religious?

Howard Zinn (1922-2010)

The Scripture of Nature, Part 2

The Coming Rebirth of the Religious Right

Florida State University Graduate Symposium

Blogging and the (Non-) Democratization of American Religious History


Some Great New Work in American Religious History

The Devil is in the Details: Hulsether on Robertson

Islam in America: An Interview with Jane Smith

Lapham's Quarterly on Religion

Secret Bible Codes on the “Spiritually Transformed Firearms of Jesus Christ”

Millennialism and Providentialism in the Era of the American Civil War -- CFP

King Speech Found After Half Century: Proud to be Maladjusted

Seminars, Young Scholars, and Conference Proceedings at the Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture