Showing posts from May, 2015

The History of Black Catholics in the United States Turns 25

NBC’s The Voice finds Religion

5 Questions for Leah Payne: Gender, Pentecostalism & the X-Files Re-boot

Forgetting Why We Remember

Important, not Particular: A Reflection on Religion in 21st-Century America

David Sehat on The Jefferson Rule

Quakers to Know: Priscilla Hunt Cadwalader and George Fox White

Roman Sources for the History of American Catholicism: A New Perspective

What Would Jesus Read?

Religion and Advertising in the 1970s

Zen and the Art of Cultural Commodification

Journal of Southern Religion releases Volume 17

Announcement: May 21 Deadline for R&AC Conference Special Rates

Summer Writing Group 2015!

Guy Carawan, 1927-2015

One Mississippi, Two Mississippi

H-Net Book Review and MSUL Research Opportunties

Mapping Ararat: A New (to me) Digital Project in the Study of Religion

Interview with Adam H. Becker, Author of Revival and Awakening

Religion in (and beyond) Lake Wobegon