Showing posts from May, 2014

Black Religion and Black Power

Conference announcement

Ben Sasse, The Tea Party, Grassroots Americans, Secularization, and Historiography of American Religions

How Do We Recognize a "Christian Nation"? (a final religious note from a small island)

Materiality and Afro-creole Spiritualism


When Diversity Drops: Julie J. Park Interview

The Homespun Gospel, or, Does Mark Driscoll Know He is Special?

Evangelicals and Interracial Marriage at "The Heathen School"

We Say Goodbye (to Kelly J. Baker), and You Tweet Hello

2014 Year in Preview (Part Two): Fifty Forthcoming Books in American Religious History

Thoughts on Student Peer Reviews

Making the Summer Count . . . and Beyond

Hot off the Press: Religion, Race, and the Making of Confederate Kentucky, 1830-1880

I’m Too Sexy for My Church: Some Observations on Ed Young, Jr.

Writing About Religion: Building Online Communities