Showing posts from October, 2014

Both Black and Catholic (?)

The Century Old Rhetoric of Bill Maher, Reza Aslan, and Cornel West

Crossings and Dwellings: Mundelein College and the Legacy of Catholic Women's Higher Education in Chicago

Religion and Protest

In Good Faith, a Collaborative Research Project of the ATLA: Results!

The 1990s in American Religious History: One Narrative Approach

USIH Panel Recap: The Theological Turn

Sister, Mother, Wife, Prophet: The Visions of Ellen Harmon White

Transnationalizing Religion Through Music

The "Catholic Difference" and Ecumenical Architecture

Americolatry in Christian History Curricula

The Great and Holy War

Dispatch from Urban History Association

Sources for the Survey: What Makes Your Cut?

Missions of Nonbelief: The Atheist Megachurch Movement

Spiritual Makeup: Religion and Cosmetics

Americans Want More Religion in Politics?

Latest Issue of Fides et Historia, Summer/Fall 2014

Millennials and the Question of a Valuable Future

Mark Noll, John Lardas Modern, and Our “Transitional Moment”

Religion at the 2014 US Intellectual History Conference

Does Chelsea Clinton's Baby Look Jewish?

Reflections on Christian Historians and Social Media

CFP: Mormon Studies Conference, "Authority, Community, and Identity"

Coming Soon to a High Court Near You

Call for Papers: 14th FSU Graduate Student Symposium

3 Hypotheses About "American Religions" and "American Religious History" That I Can't Get Out of My Head