Showing posts from July, 2013

What does Trayvon Martin have to do with American Religious History?

Theosophy and the Liberal Catholic Church

Know Your Archives: Archdiocese of New York Edition

New Books in Religion: Kristian Petersen's Interviews Online

Scholar Faces Media-Entertainment Complex. Scholar Wins?

The Book of Mormon: Americanist Approaches. CFP

To Embargo or Not to Embargo: ...What Was The Question? (An #AHAgate Link Round-Up)

American Civil Religion: Never Leave the Country Without It (a photo essay on God, liberty, and democracy in the American passport)

Much More than Salem: America Bewitched

Sex and Race in New Orleans

Virtue Rewarded, and the Righteous Exalted: Or, Our Blog Contributors and Friends in the New York Times

Secularists All!, or, Writing Religion and Diplomacy after Preston

Rethinking the Garrisonians

Psalms in America

The Radical Middle Path: Jesus According to Ingersoll, Herron, and Debs

Religion "Where Cool Was Born"

Chasing Widows

The Strange Career of "the City on a Hill"

Signed, Cautious and Confused Scholar: The Perils of Writing a Religious History Column

Shout Bands

The Religious World of Augusta, Georgia: Or, The SBC, the United House of Prayer for All People, The Masters, John C. Calhoun Expressway, and the Shotguns

Historical Society of the Episcopal Annual Meeting

Religion, Medicine, and Native Peoples in the Pacific Northwest

The Creation(ist) Tour in a Secular Age: Reprise of an RiAH Classic. Or: Why There is Almost No HOpe for America.

American Nietzsche

Is there a American Radical Tradition? Is it a Faith-Tradition?

Digital Religion in the Classroom

The Zombies Are Coming!

Histories of Sexuality and Religion in the 20th Century United States --CFP


Beyond Religious Boundaries: Thoughts on David Cannadine's "The Undivided Past"


Existential Feelings, Teaching, and the Wabash Experience

When Podcasts Get Edgy