Showing posts from January, 2015

Free Associate with Me

American Religious Change and Caring for the Dead

5 Questions for Brett Hendrickson on Curanderismo, Border Medicine & New Mexico Chile

Review of Brantley Gasaway’s Progressive Evangelicals and the Pursuit of Social Justice

Whither "Evangelicalism"? Reflections on the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of Randall Balmer's "Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory"

New Issue of the Journal of Africana Religions

Public Education in American Religious History

Menopause as Crisis: Gender and the Spiritualist Body

“A more catholic American Catholic Historical Association”: Recapping the Annual Meeting of the ACHA

Toward a Bibliography of Religion in the Midwest

Church History as a Guild

Allan Austin on Quaker Interracial Activism, Part 2

Future Saint: Junipero Serra, Violence, and the Legacy of Missions (Bonus: CFP on Religion & Violence)

CFP Special Issue of AJH dedicated to Material Culture & Religion

Job Announcement

Texas Textbooks: Four Questions with Jennifer Graber

#Nerdlife 2015: A New Year's Almanac Treat

On Evangelicals and Civil Rights: MLK Day 2015

#DigitalReligion: New Essay Series at The Immanent Frame

The Paula E. Hyman Mentoring Program

"Mad Tom" and Religious Struggle in the New Nation


Finding Religion at "The 1968 Exhibit"

A Guide to the Latter Days (of AHA): Remaining #AHA2015 Highlights

Idols, Immigration, and Asian Religions in the American West: The North American Hinduism Group 2015 CFP

Religious History and Religious Studies Syllabi from the Past Semester