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American Religion Jul 2
America(n religion) is everywhere.
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Dr. Tarango Jul 3
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C.A.VaughnCross, Ph.D. #ReadTheFootnotes Jul 2
I appreciate this invitation & am looking fwd to our conversation w/ this Sunday evening on FBLive. Pls join us.
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Judith Weisenfeld Jul 3
Add this book to your lists!
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Jonathan Riddle Jun 30
Scholars at Western Michigan University are compiling another database of religious responses to covid-19. Should be searchable by August.
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UPennRELS Jul 1
The Department of Religious Studies has a new website! Learn about our faculty, meet our students, and peruse our fall course offerings here: .
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Biblical and Religious Studies at Samford U. Jul 4
Our 2018 graduate, Emily Jenkins wrote her senior thesis on the musical Hamilton and American Civil Religion. Here is an overview of her work
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Judith Weisenfeld 24h
I finally got a chance to listen to this great conversation with about her work on Native American Pentecostals.
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Arlene Sánchez-Walsh Jul 2
Not sure if folks are checking this nearly daily recap out, but for those of us who work on any aspect of RW Chrisitanity, its a must read...
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American Catholic Historical Association Jun 30
Check out the Pierre Toussaint Guild - Archdiocese of New York Facebook page's post today celebrating Venerable Pierre Toussaint.
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Kate Carte Jul 2
I agree with the decision (replace all heroic statues with public art! Then read history books!), but this reads like it was done in part b/c he was "evangelical." Fine action, poor statement.
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Mihee Kim-Kort 김미희 Jul 2
I love this so much. To think about America as a religious project. Anyone want to read and chat with me?
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Nicole Kirk Jul 1
I’ve been waiting for this volume and plan in teaching it in the spring. Also, part of a couple of panels on Howard Thurman with . AAR and OAH.
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American Religion Jun 29
"Happy" "Monday"! It really is: We have a beautiful essay by on wondering "what happens now that ethnography has become strangely virtual, liminal, and intangible." If you have an let us know!
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Religion CFP Jun 30
Mother Earth’s Pandemic: The Doctrine of Discovery.
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Keith Grant Jul 2
George Whitefield statue coming down. Official announcement here:
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John Fea Jul 3
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JSTOR Daily Jun 30
Ben Franklin called Swedes "swarthy." A 19th-century minister argued that they were white.
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Anca Isabell Wilkening Jul 3
Replying to @ChanceBonar
"our most sacred memorials"
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Prof. Sajida Jalalzai Jun 30
I work on Islam in the US and Canada. I'm aware that using "North America" to refer to these two countries (only) is a problem. Is there a better descriptor? Do I need to invent one? #
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