Showing posts from December, 2014

New Books and their Podcasts: A 2014 Round-Up

Digital Religion at AHA 2015

Happy Holidays to and from the Journal of Southern Religion

USIH on Biblical Epics

Harriet Beecher Stowe on the Marriage Question

Rome in America: Reflections on the 2014 Rome Seminar

New Books Alert: 2015 Year in Preview, Part One (January-April)

Religious Press and Print Culture: Materiality, Community, and Cultural Work

Interview with Allan Austin 20th Century Quaker Interracial Activism

Religious Historians take on the "Specter of Capitalism"

To Be A Mensch: A Tribute to Sacvan Bercovitch (1933-2014)

The McNeil Center for Early American Studies: CFPs and Fellowships

Christmas Shopping and the Problem of Cheap Textiles


Book Review: Kyle T. Bulthuis, Four Steeples over the City Street: Religion and Society in New York's Early Republic Congregations

Oh Chrismukkah Tree, Oh Chrismukkah Tree! (Reprise)

Nancy Koester on Harriet Beecher Stowe

The Ferguson Protests and the Limits of Liberal Multiculturalism

Demonization and Racialization in British North America: Slave Revolts, Devilish Priests, and Infernal Landscapes

"Torture as a Factor of Production": Cotton and Capital

Sutton's Apocalypse

Mississippi Praying Wins Brewer Prize