New Issue of the Journal of Southern Religion

Mike Pasquier

Luke Harlow and I are very happy to announce the publication of the latest edition of the Journal of Southern Religion. Volume 14 features the following items:

We hope you are impressed with what we’ve been able to accomplish with no money, but with plenty of enthusiasm from a few committed scholars.

We would like to thank our editorial team. First, Arthur Remillard worked tirelessly to solicit and edit 32 book reviews, a new record for the JSR! Art has also taken the lead in producing our podcast series. Our readership is up considerably because of Art’s innovation. Second, Lincoln Mullen has singlehandedly taken the JSR into the 21st century by completely overhauling our website. Lincoln represents everything that’s bright about the future of American religious history. And lastly, Emily Suzanne Clark has remained the backbone of the JSR as our copyeditor. I think we all know how tiresome it is to slog through pages and pages of proofs, and somehow Emily does it with great skill and cheer.

Please spread the word to your colleagues and students; we’re always looking for people to contribute articles and ideas for future issues of the JSR. And please join us in thanking Art, Lincoln, and Emily for all their hard work.


Randall said…
Great issue! The pdf versions of the Bulletin, and the Styron piece in particular, real treat.
scott davidson said…
Nice way to decorate your walls. I have never done that. My effort to beautify the walls in my house was to order big-sized canvas prints from, from images of western art. I use the same angel motifs in all of the rooms painted by different painters, such as this one by very interesting English artist Stanley Spencer,

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