Showing posts from November, 2013

Constructing the Buddha

Holiday Interlude: "Wailing in a Winter Wonderland"

Report from the Field Follow-Up: Standing upon the Shoulders of Giants

AAR Group Proposal for Religion in the American West -- Plea for Help

AAR Stages an Embarrassment of Riches

Native Apostles: Review of New Book at The Junto

Seminar in Rome! Transnational Approaches to U.S. Catholic History

A Great Book and the Liberal Arts Tradition

Vodou in the Early Republic: More Questions Than Answers

Report from the Field: The Inaugural Danforth Distinguished Lecture Series

What Multi-Level Marketing Scheme Would Jesus Use? The Religion of AdvoCare

Segregated Sisterhoods and the Mercurial Politics of Racial Truth-Telling

Medical Missions, Conscientious Objection, and Everything In-Between: Religion and Vaccination

The Gospel of the Working Class: Labor's Southern Prophets in New Deal America

"Now That's Scripture": The Significance of Religion in 12 Years a Slave

Soul Gender, Transmigration, and Embodied Resurrection (Part 2)

Initiative for Religion in the American West: AAR Kickoff Saturday, November 23, 10-12:30

I'm Dreaming of a Not-So-White Thanksgivukkah

Karl Marx as a Radical Protestant Infidel?

Authors Meet Critics Session on Color of Christ at the AAR: Monday, November 25, 9 - 11:30 a.m.

Costly Irony: What Flannery O'Connor Can Teach the Hipster Generation

Tumblr-ing into Restored Jesuit History

The Journal of Southern Religion: 6 Feet High and Rising

Revisiting Thanksgiving