Showing posts from October, 2015

Race and White Supremacy in the Construction of "American Catholicism"


Finding Religion at College? Documenting the History of Women in Higher Education

On Privileging Religion in International Relations - Reviewing Hurd's Beyond Religious Freedom

Teaching Faux Primary Sources

Data and Conversation Partners in American Religious Studies

Conference Recap: Nostra Aetate and the Future of Interreligious Dialogue

This Day in American History: The 1963 Chicago School Boycott

An Interview with Suzanne Krebsbach

What the Map of Urban Religious Histories Shows Us

A Bibliography of Urban American Religious History

Remembering Emmett Till: On the Importance of Teaching White Supremacy

A Shakeup in the Guilds

My Dog Ate My Soul

CFP: Tri-History Conference

National Museum of American Religion

No Jim Crow Church

Struggle for the Soul of the Postwar South--- Conversation at the Journal of Southern Religion

Elvis' Chi and the Metaphysics of Martial Arts

Reforming Sodom: Prostestants and the Rise of Gay Rights an Interview with Heather Rachelle White

Sympathetic Puritans?

"Expert Religion" and Hurd's Beyond Religious Freedom

An Unlikely Bestseller: The Dutch Catechism in 1960s America

What Can You Do with Denominational History?