Showing posts from September, 2015

Jews and the American War Novel

Migrating Faiths: 5 Questions for Daniel Ramírez

Announcement: U.S. Catholic Historian issue on "kinship"

Young Scholars in American Religion: Call for Applications

Christian Nationalism at USIH

What the History of American Slavery Teaches Us about Religion

Passion Projects

What Would Karl Wettstone Read? Liberal Protestantism and Popular Religious Reading

A Socialist Speaks to the Faithful

Job Announcement: TT Assistant Professorship in Religion of the Latino/Afro-Latino Diaspora

Religion After PowerPoint

Summer/Fall Issue of Fides et Historia

Christian Historiography: An Interview with Jay D. Green

Catholic Archives in the Digital Age: A Conference for Teachers and Archivists

Kim Davis and the Lived Theology of Conscience

Introducing @Preacher_Bot: An Experiment in Evangelical Speechmaking

Kate Bowler Fan Club

Thomas Hooker's Terrifying God

CFP: Religion and Law at SECSOR 2016

The Examined Life: An Undergraduate Conference in the Liberal Arts

Job Announcement: Two Positions at The University of the South