Showing posts from February, 2016

Haunted by the Archive

Islamophobia has a long history: A Review of Karine Walther's Sacred Interests

Trip to the Archives: An Odawa Petition for a Catholic Missionary

What's Next in Civil War Religious History?

Last Call for ASCH Spring Meeting

Korean Missionaries in America: An Interview with Rebecca Kim

CFP: U.S. Catholic Historian Future Issue: Protesant and Catholic: The Reformation in America

CFP: S-USIH Conference at Stanford

Remembering Antonin Scalia

Kate Bowler in the NYT

Histories of Capitalism Conference, Cornell, September 29 to October 1

Theory, Football-Religion, and Metaphors

Congratulations to Bruce Dorsey and Judith Weisenfeld!

CFP: Charismatic Renewal in Historical Perspective, 1950-2000

CFP: Specters, Hauntings, Presences at Northwestern University

Research Tools and the Dissertation

“Only the ways of space”: Benjamin Zeller’s Heaven’s Gate and UFO Religion

Spotlight as Teaching Tool in the American History Classroom: A Lesson Plan

A Very Preliminary Taxonomy of Sources of Nineteenth-Century U.S. Religious Data