Showing posts from May, 2012

Pioneer Prophet

Spirits Eat Ripe Papaya

Salvation on Sand Mountain Redux

Blessed by Oil, Cursed with Crude

The African American Roots of Memorial Day

The Great Awakening of Scholarship on Religion and Race in Early America

Q&A with Paul Gutjahr on the Book of Mormon: A Biography

New Resources in African American Religions

Big Ideas in a Small State: Roger Williams and the 375th Anniversary of the Founding of Providence, Rhode Island

“Randy and the Flea, Still Straight Hood”: Lakewood Church’s Youth Camp and Racial Stereotyping

CFP: Networked Humanities

The Church of Donna Summer

Nembutsu, Ya'll: A Review of Dixie Dharma: Inside a Buddhist Temple in the American South

“Looking” at Appalachia, Stereotyping the South

How did White Protestant Hegemony Fail?: James Barrett's _The Irish Way_

Review of Emerging Evangelicals

A Titillating Presence

Southern Buddhists, 19th-Century Anti-Mormons, and American Missionaries: Buffet Selections from UNC Press

The Moral Minority: Blog and Book


Thinking about the "Y" and Finding the "U" in "Community"

Pardon the Interruption

Religion and Politics Hits your Online Newstand

All Publicity is Good Publicity?

Religion in America Census

In Search of the Mainline

A New Look (And Podcast) for the Journal of Southern Religion

Novels, Memoirs, and More for American Religion Courses