Showing posts from August, 2017

R&AC Proceedings, Experiences as a Grad Student

CFP: U.S. Catholic Historian theme issue on War and Peace

When Not to Speak Truth to Power: Thoughts on the Historiography of the Social Gospel

Incorporating Religion into the U.S. History Survey

Fall Preview: Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism

New Books in American Religious History: 2017 Year in Preview, Part Three (September-December)

Racialized Christianity's Roots: Willie Jennings's The Christian Imagination

No Depression in Heaven: Greater at Length

Theology and Historical Amnesia: Remembering the Great Depression

Announcement: Kelly Baker on MSNBC

A Death, a Body, and the Living Word

The Fence: Mainline Protestants and Immigration Sixty Years Ago

Thinking Seriously about “Taking Seriously”

Historiographic Saints