Showing posts from March, 2015

The Religious and The Political, Or, Why the Nation of Islam Bamboozles My Students

Technology enabled Churches

The Jews of Cleveland: a Conference Summary and Reflection on Local Studies

Conference Recap: National Museum of American History's Religion in Early America Symposium

Amusing Archive Finds

Where is the Pacific in American Religious History?

Evangelicals and the Business of One Nation Under God

Some favorite books in honor of Women's History Month

Across the Confessional Divide

The Problem of American Lutheran Histor(iograph)y

Teaching American Jesus in 2015

What Parish Are You From?

God Bless the Genealogists

Same-Sex Marriage in Early America


After the Monkey Trial: Christopher M. Rios Interview

Southern Baptist Women: An Interview with Betsy Flowers (Part II)

Teaching the Industrial Revolution to "Jacks of All Trades"

Fourth Biennial Conference Announced

Conversations with Authors: A Recurring Series

Gordon Wood on Bernard Bailyn: American Religious History and “An Honest Picture of the Past"

The Cold War and Kruse's One Nation Under God

Connected Networks: Science, Geography, and Fruit

Religious Belief in the Age of the Surveillance State