Showing posts from January, 2014

African Catholics and Slave Rebellion in Early American History

Praise Yeezus?

CFP: Religion and Sexual Revolutions in the U.S.

"Impairing the Morals of 1950s America": St. Elvis & the Supernatural

A Super(natural) Bowl?

CFP: Society for U.S. Intellectual History Announces Its Sixth Annual Conference

The New Evangelical Social Engagement

Ethnography and the African Hebrew Israelites of Jerusalem

Reverberations: Searching for Something in a Kansas Record Bin

Writing about Francis Schaeffer (and Reinhold Niebuhr)

Frances Hodgson Burnett and the Occult

Four Questions with Candy Gunther Brown

2014 Year in Preview: Thirty-five Noteworthy New Books

Know Your Newsmakers: A Review of The Oxford Handbook of Religion and the American News Media

The Cushwa Center's Seminar in American Religion

"Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors.": The Discipline, Gay Rights, and Methodist History

Clothing and Religion

An Interview with David Chappell on MLK's Legacy, Part II

Call for Papers for the 2014 CFH Biennial Conferences

An Interview with David Chappell on MLK's Legacy; Part I

Political Theology Start-Up Kit from Ted A. Smith

Dispatches from the American Society for Church History--New Directionsin Latino/a Religious History

Interfaith Marriage Literature in 2013: A Year in Review

A Throw-back Review (Cold and Snow Edition)


Monotony and the Culture Wars: A Reappraisal

The Origins of Southern Evangelicalism Revisited: New Book by Thomas J. Little

Conceived in Doubt -- Session at #AHA2014 #ASCH2014

New Year, New Editorial Teams, New Podcasts, and New Books

UPDATED- Thomas Paine is My Spirit Animal: Comments on Porterfield's Conceived in Doubt #AHA2014 #ASCH14