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Summer 2016 Volume 26 Number 2

"Ordering Antimony: An Analysis of Early Mormonism's Priestly Offices, Councils, and Kinship," by Kathleen Flake

"Evangelicals and Unevangelicals: The Contested History of a Word, 1500-1900," by Linford D. Fisher

"For God and Country: Religious Minorities Striving for National Belonging through Community Service," by Rosemary R. Corbett

"Before Hinduism: Missionaries, Unitarians, and Hindoos in Nineteenth-Century America," by Michael J. Altman

Winter 2016 Volume 26 Number 1

"Prayer is the answer": Apocalypticism, Our Lady, and Catholic Identity," by Jill Krebs

"Declension Comes Home": Cotton Mather, Male Youth Rebellion, and the Hope of Providential Affliction in Puritan New England," David Setran

"Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Long Social Gospel Movement," by Vaneesa Cook

"Evolution and Voices of Progressive Catholicism in the Age of the Scopes Trial," by Alexander Pavuk

Summer 2015 Volume 25 Number 2

FORUM: "The Role and Future of Academic Journals," with contributions by Ava Chamberlain, Christopher Evans, Curtis Evans, and Paul Harvey

"Working Jews: Hazanim and the Labor of Religion in Nineteenth-Century America," by Shari Rabin

"From Sputnik to Spaceship Earth: American Catholics and the Space Age," by Catherine Osborne

"Beyond Parish Boundaries: Black Catholics and the Quest for Racial Justice," by Karen J. Johnson

Winter 2015 Volume 25 Number 1

“’An Authentic Record of My Race’: Exploring the Popular Narratives of African American Religion in the Music of Duke Ellington,” by Vaughn Booker

“’Practical Outlet’ to Premillennial Faith: G. Douglas Young and the Evolution of Christian Zionist Activism in Israel,” by Daniel G. Hummel

“Chrismukkah: Millennial Multiculturalism,” by Samira K. Mehta

“Liberal Protestants and Urban Renewal,” by Mark Wild

Summer 2014 Volume 24 Number 2

"Jesus Didn't Tap: Masculinity, Theology, and Ideology in Christian Mixed Martial Arts," by Justine Greve

"Bigger, Better, Louder: The Prosperity Gospel's Impact on Contemporary Christian Worship, by Kate Bowler and Wen Reagan

"'The Quiet Revivial': New Immigrants and the Transformation of Christianity in Greater Boston," by Marilyn Johnson

"Youth, Christianity, and the Crisis of Civiliation, 1930-45," by Thomas E. Bergler

Winter 2014 Volume 24 Number 1

FORUM: "Religion and the Biographical Turn," by Leigh Eric Schmidt, Catherine Brekus, Nick Salvatore, Matthew Avery Sutton, and Debby Applegate

"'If a War It May Be Called': The Peace Policy with American Indians," by Jennifer Graber

"Religion, 'Moral Insanity', and Psychology in Nineteenth–Century America," by Jodie Boyer

"The Politicization of Family Life: How Headship became Essential to Evangelical Identity in the Late Twentieth Century," by Anneke Stasson

Summer 2013  Volume 23  Number 2

"'Modern Christianity Is Ancient Judaism': Rabbi Gustav Gottheil and the Jewish-American Religious Future, 1873–1903," by Caleb J. D. Maskell

"Faith Healing, Medical Regulation, and Public Religion in Progressive Era Chicago," by Timothy E. W. Gloege

"'Just a Bunch of Agitators': Kneel-Ins and the Desegregation of Southern Churches," by Joseph Kip Kosek

"Antirevivalism and Its Discontents: Liberal Evangelicalism, the American City, and the Sunday School, 1900–1929," by Matthew Bowman

Winter 2013  Volume 23  Number 1

Forum: "Contemporary Mormonism: America's Most Successful 'New Religion,'" with contributions
by Terryl L. Givens, Kathryn Lofton, Laurie Maffly-Kipp, and Patrick Q. Mason

"The Humbug in American Religion: Ritual Theories of Nineteenth-Century Spiritualism," by David Walker

"'Doubts still assail me': Uncertainty and the Making of the Primitive Baptist Self in the Antebellum United States," by Joshua Guthman

"Yoga for the New Woman and the New Man: The Role of Pierre Bernard and Blanche DeVries in the Creation of Modern Postural Yoga," by Joseph Laycock

Summer 2012  Volume 22  Number 2

Review Essay: "The Quest for Green Religion," by Mark Stoll

"'According to His Own Judgment': The American Catholic Encounter with Organic Evolution, 1856-1896," by David Mislin

"The Death of Mormon Separatism in American Universities, 1877-1896," by Thomas W. Simpson

"American Saints: Gender and the Re-Imagining of U.S. Catholicism in the Early Twentieth Century," by Kathleen Sprows Cummings

"Broadcasting Mainline Protestantism: The Chicago Sunday Evening Club and the Evolution of Audience Expectations from Radio to Television," by Michael Stamm

Winter 2012  Volume 22  Number 1

Forum: "American Religion and the Old and New Immigration," with contributions by Jenna Weissman Joselit, Timothy Matovina, Roberto Suro, and Fenggang Yang

"Permission to Dissent: Civil Religion and the Radio Western, 1933-1960," by Kip Anthony Wedel

"The Measure of a Magazine: Assessing the Influence of Christian Century," by Elesha Coffman

"'Outside the Shul': The American Soviet Jewry Movement and the rise of Solidarity Orthodoxy, 1964-1986," by Adam S. Ferziger

Summer 2011  Volume 21  Number 2

Review Essay: "Past Practices—Ethnography and American Religion," by Courtney Bender

"'Until This Curse of Polygamy is Wiped Out': Black Methodists, White Mormons, and Constructions of Racial Identity in the Late Nineteenth Century," by James B. Bennett

"A Sane Gospel: Radical Evangelicals, Psychology, and Pentecostal Revival in the Early Twentieth Century," by Heather Curtis

"An 'Aristocracy of Virtue': Cultural Development of the American Catholic Priesthood, 1884-1920s," by Donna J. Drucker

Winter 2011  Volume 21  Number 1

Forum: "American Scriptures," with contributions by Philip L. Barlow, Paul S. Boyer, Cheryl Townsend Gilkes, Mark A. Noll, and Claudia Setzer

"'The Secret at the Root': Performing African American Religious Modernity in Hall Johnson's Run, Little Chillun," by Judith Weisenfeld

"Identity Politics and the Fragmenting of the 1970s Evangelical Left," by David R. Swartz

"'Last Night, I Prayed to Matthew:' Matthew Shepard, Homosexuality, and Popular Martyrdom in Contemporary America," by Scott W.Hoffman

Summer 2010  Volume 20  Number 2

Review Essay: "Religion and the American Presidency," by Frank Lambert

"The Rise of Black Ethnics: The Ethnic Turn in African American Religions, 1916-1945," by Sylvester A. Johnson

"Developing the 'Christian Gentleman': The Medieval Impulse in Protestant Ministry to Adolescent Boys, 1890-1920," by David P. Setran

"The Preacher's Blues: Religious Race Records and Claims of Authority on Wax," by Jonathan L. Walton

"In the Eye of the Beholder: Perspectives on Intermarriage Conversion in Orthodox Christian Parishes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania," by Amy Slagle

Winter 2010  Volume 20 Number 1

Forum: "American Religion and Scholarly Publishing: Restrospect and Prospect," with contributions by John Corrigan, Elaine Maisner, Reed Malcolm, and John Wilson

"Garveyism and the Eschatology of African Redemption in the Rural South, 1920-1936," by Jarod Roll

"Breaking Faith: Religion, Americanism, and Civil rights in Postwar Milwaukee," by Kevin D. Smith

"Mourning Becomes Hers: Women, Tradition, and Memory Albums," by Anne Blue Wills

Summer 2009  Volume 19  Number 2

Review Essay: "Religion, War, and the Meaning of America," by Harry S. Stout

"Tamales on the Fourth of July: The Transnational Parish of Coeneo, Michoacán," by Luis E. Murillo

"The Bible, the First Amendment, and the Public Schools in Odessa, Texas," by Mark A. Chancey

"The Zen of Anarchy: Japanese Exceptionalism and the Anarchist Roots of the San Francisco Poetry Renaissance," by James Brown

"The International Social Turn: Unity and Brotherhood at the World's Parliament of Religions, Chicago, 1893," by Amy Kittelstrom

Winter 2009  Volume 19  Number 1

Forum: "American Religion and 'Whiteness,'" with contributions by Edward J. Blum, Tracy Fessenden, Prema Kurien, and Judith Weisenfeld

"The Remaking of the Catholic Working Class: Detroit, 1919-1945," by Matthew Pehl

"'Representatives of All That Is Noble': The Rise of the Episcopal Establishment in Early-Twentieth-Century Philadelphia," by Thomas F. Rzeznik

"Twenty-First-Century American Ghosts: The After-Death Communication—Therapy and Revelation from beyond the Grave," by Susan Kwilecki

Summer 2008  Volume 18  Number 2

Review Essay: "Where the Action Is-—Law, Religion, and the Scholarly Divide," by Sarah Barringer Gordon

"Racial Identity and the Civilizing Mission: Double Consciousness at the 1895 Congress in Africa," by Paul W. Harris

"'Terrible Laughing God': Challenging Divine Justice in African American Antilynching Plays, 1916-1945," by Craig Prentiss

"'It is a Day of Judgment': The Peacemakers, Religion, and Radicalism in Cold War America," by Leilah Danielson

Winter 2008  Volume 18  Number 1

Forum: "Religion and Politics on the American Scene," with contributions by Daniel Walker Howe, Sheila Suess Kennedy, Kevin Phillips, and Winnifred Fallers Sullivan

"Why Southern Gospel Music Matters," by Douglas Harrison

"The Religious and Racial Meanings of The Green Pastures," by Curtis J. Evans

"Framing Catholicism: Jack Chick's Anti-Catholic Cartoons and the Flexible Boundaries of the Culture Wars," by Michael Ian Borer and Adam Murphree

"The Greening of American Catholicism: Identity, Conversion, and Continuity," by Keith Douglass Warner, O.F.M.

Summer 2007  Volume 17  Number 2

Review Essay: "Rethinking the American Jewish Historical Experience," by Marc Lee Raphael

"'Congenial to Almost Every Shade of Radicalism': The Delaware Valley and the Success of Early Mormonism," by Stephen J. Fleming

"Southern Harmony: Catholic-Protestant Relations in the Antebellum South," by Andrew Stern

"After the Exodus: The New Catholics in Boston's Old Ethnic Neighborhoods," by Regine O. Jackson

"'And the Word was Made Flesh': Divining the Female Body in Nineteenth-Century American and Catholic Culture," by Marie Pagliarini

Winter 2007  Volume 17  Number 1

Forum: "How the Study of Religion and American Culture has Changed at Your Institution in the Past Decade," with contributions by Catherine L. Albanese, W. Clark Gilpin, Leigh E. Schmidt, and Thomas A. Tweed

"The Church Historians Who Made the First Amendment What it is Today," by Donald Drakeman

"Beautiful Women Who Dig Graves: Richard Baker-roshi, Imported Buddhism, and the Transmission of Ethics at the San Francisco Zen Center," by Jason Bivens

"Sin, Spirituality, and Primitivism: The Theologies of the American Social Gospel," by Matthew Bowman

Summer 2006  Volume 16  Number 2

Review Essay: "American Catholic Studies at a Crossroads," by Paula Kane

"And Ever the Twain Shall Meet: The Holiness Missionary Movement and the Birth of World Pentecostalism, 1870-1920," by Jay R. Case

"A Chosen People in a Pluralist Nation: Horace Kallen and the Jewish-American Experience," by Daniel Greene

"'The Right Achieved and the Wrong Way Conquered': J.H. Jackson, Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Conflict over Civil Rights," by Wallace Best

"Minds Intensely Unsettled: Phrenology, Experience, and the American Pursuit of Spiritual Assurance, 1830-1880," by Christopher G. White

Winter 2006  Volume 16  Number 1

Forum: "Electronic Media and the Study of American Religion," with contributions by John Corrigan, David Morgan, Mark Silk, and Rhys H. Williams

"How the Irish became Protestant in America," by Michael P. Carroll

"'Monkeying with the Bible': Edgar J. Goodspeed's American Translation," by R. Bryan Bademan

"The Preacher Paradigm: Promotional Biographies and the Modern-Made Evangelist," by Kathryn E. Lofton

Summer 2005  Volume 15  Number 2

Review Essay: "American Religious Biography," by Amanda Porterfield

"Native American Popular Religion in New England's Old Colony, 1670-1770," by Douglas Winiarski

"Sex in the City of God: Free Love and the American Millennium," by Cathy Gutierrez

"The Beauty of the Lilies: Femininity, Innocence, and the Sweet Gospel of Uldine Utley," by Kristin Kobes Du Mez

Winter 2005  Volume 15  Number 1

Forum: "American Religion and Class," with contributions by David Hackett, Laurie Maffly-Kipp, R. Laurence Moore, and Leslie Tentler

"Sacred Sites: Nature and Nation in the U.S. National Parks," by Lynn Ross-Bryant

"The Radicalization of the Social Gospel: Harry F. Ward and the Search for a New Social Order, 1898-1936," by Doug Rossinow

"Morality for the 'Democracy of God': George Albert Coe and the Liberal Protestant Critique of American Character Education, 1917-1940," by David P. Setran

Summer 2004  Volume 14  Number 2

"Passing as a Pastor: Clerical Imposture in the Colonial Atlantic World," by Thomas Kidd

"The Politics of Ecumenical Disunity: The Troubled Marriage of Church World Service and the National Council of Churches," by Jill K. Gill

"Mugwump Cartoonists, the Papacy, and Tammany Hall in America's Gilded Age," by Samuel J. Thomas

"Why Women Loved Billy Sunday: Urban Revivalism and Popular Entertainment in Early Twentieth-Century American Culture," by Margaret Bendroth

Winter 2004  Volume 14  Number 1

Forum: "How I Have Changed My Mind," with contributions by Catherine L. Albanese, Vine Deloria, Jr., Robert Ellwood, Andrew Greeley, and John F. Wilson

"'The Christianization' of Israel and Jews in 1950s America," by Michele Mart

"The Robes of Womanhood: Dress and Authenticity among African American Methodist Women in the Nineteenth Century," by Pamela Klassen

"'Race' Speech-'Culture' Speech-'Soul' Speech: The Brief Career of Social Science Language in American Religion during the Fascist Era," by Anne C. Rose

Summer 2003  Volume 13  Number 2

Review Essay: "What is the Place of 'Experience' in Religious History?" by David D. Hall

"Hasidism in the Age of Aquarius: The House of Love and Prayer in San Francisco, 1967-1977," by Yaakov Ariel

"Mission to America: The Reform Movement's Missionary Experiments, 1919-1960," by Lila Corwin Berman

"'Praying for a Wicked City': Congregation, Community, and the Suburbanization of Fundamentalism," by Darren Dochuck

Winter 2003  Volume 13  Number 1

Forum: "The Years Ahead in Scholarship," with contributions by Leigh E. Schmidt, Deborah Dash Moore, Richard T. Hughes, and Mark Valeri

"Women and Christian Practice in a Mahican Village," by Rachel Wheeler

"Re-placing Memory: Latter-day Saint Use of Historical Monuments and Narrative in the Early Twentieth Century," by Kathleen Flake

"'My God and My Good Mother': The Irony of Horace Bushnell's Gendered Republic," by Mark

Summer 2002  Volume 12  Number 2

Review Essay: "Local 'Lived' Religion in America," by Rhys H. Williams

"Mystery of the Moorish Science Temple: Southern Blacks and American Alternative Spirituality in 1920s Chicago," by Susan Nance

"Islamizing the Black Body: Ritual and Power in Elijah Muhammad's Nation of Islam," by Edward E. Curtis IV

"'Heathens and Infidels'? African Christianization and Anglicanism in the South Carolina Low Country, 1700-1750, by Annette Laing

"'Gods of Physical Violence, Stopping at Nothing': Masculinity, Religion, and Art in the Work of Zora Neale Hurston," by Peter Powers

Winter 2002  Volume 12  Number 1

Forum: "Teaching the Introductory Course in American Religion," with contributions by Thomas A. Tweed, Grant Wacker, Jon Pahl, Valarie H. Ziegler, William D. Dinges

"Peace of Mind (1946): Judaism and the Therapeutic Polemics of Postwar America," by Andrew R. Heinze

"The Influence of American Missionary Women on the World Back Home," by Dana L. Robert

"The Evil of Abortion and the Greater Good of the Faith: Negotiating Catholic Survival in the Twentieth-Century American Health Care System," by Kathleen M. Joyce

Summer 2001  Volume 11  Number 2

"Body Salvation: New Thought, Father Divine, and the Feast of Material Pleasures," by R. Marie Griffith

"Curious Gentiles and Representational Authority in the City of the Saints," by Eric A. Eliason

"Hollywood Theology: The Commodification of Religion in Twentieth-Century Films," by Jeffery A. Smith

"Describing the Elephant: Buddhism in America," by Peter N. Gregory

Winter 2001  Volume 11  Number 1

Forum: "American Religious People as 'Other'", with contributions by David Chidester, Sung Gyung Kim, Knud Krakau, M. Thomas Thangaraj

Review Essay: "An Edwards for the Millennium," by Bruce Kuklick

"The Emergence of California in American Religious Historiography," by Eldon G. Ernst

"Giving Voice to Place: Three Models for Understanding American Sacred Space," by Belden C. Lane

"Of Markets and Missions: The Early History of the Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches," by Melissa M. Wilcox

Summer 2000  Volume 10  Number 2

Review Essay: "Religion Goes to the Movies," by Peter W. Williams

"Holy Martin: The Overlooked Canonization of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.," by Scott W. Hoffman

"The Use of the New Testament in the American Slave Controversy: A Case History in the Hermeneutical Tension between Biblical Criticism and Christian Moral Debate," by J. Albert Harrill

"The Sisters of the Holy Family and the Veil of Race," by Tracy Fessenden

Winter 2000  Volume 10  Number 1

Forum: "Public Theology in Contemporary America," with contributions by William Dean, Mark A. Noll, Mary Ferrell Bednarowski, and J. Bryan Hehir

"The Aura of Wellness: Subtle-Energy Healing and New Age Religion," by Catherine L. Albanese

"The Difference Difference Makes: Justine Wise Polier and Religious Matching in Twentieth-Century Child Adoption," by Ellen Herman

"Infallible Proofs, Both Human and Divine: The Persuasiveness of Mormonism for Early Converts," by Steven C. Harper

Summer 1999  Volume 9  Number 2

Forum: "American Spirituality," with contributions by Wade Clark Roof, Anne E. Patrick, Ronald L. Grimes, and Bill J. Leonard

"Entering the 'Tent of Abraham': Fraternal Ritual and American Jewish Identity, 1880- 1920," by Daniel Soyer

"Liberators for Colonial Anahuac: A Rumination on North American Civil Religions," by Randi Jones Walker

"The Poetic Uses of Religion in The Miraculous Day of Amalia Gomez," by Luis Leon

"Counterculture and Mission: Jews for Jesus and the Vietnam Era Missionary Campaigns, 1970 - 1975," by Yaakov Ariel

Winter 1999  Volume 9  Number 1

Forum: "Religion and American Autobiographical Writing," with contributions by Susan Juster, John D. Barbour, Gary Comstock, and Richard Rabinowitz

"With Bible in One Hand and Battle-Axe in the Other: Carry A. Nation as Religious Performer and Self-Promoter," by Frances Grace Carver

"'We Have Heard the Joyful Sound': Charles E. Fuller's Radio Broadcast and the Rise of Modern Evangelicalism," by Philip Goff

"The Pure American Woman and the Wicked Catholic Priest: An Analysis of Anti-Catholic Literature in Antebellum America," by Marie Ann Pagliarini

Summer 1998  Volume 8  Number 2

Forum: "Southern Religion," with contributions by Donald G. Mathews, Samuel S. Hill, Beth Barton Schweiger, and John S. Boles

Review Essay: "Religion in American Academic Life," by Joel Carpenter

"'To Form a More Perfect Union': The Moral Example of Southern Baptist Thought and Education, 1890-1920," by John M. Heffron

"Tares in the Wheat: Puritan Violence and Puritan Families in the Nineteenth-Century Liberal Imagination," by Daniel P. Buchanan

"Mary Marshall Dyer, Gender, and A Portraiture of Shakerism," by Elizabeth A. De Wolfe

Winter 1998  Volume 8  Number 1

Forum: "Interpreting Waco," with contributions by Lawrence Foster, Joel W. Martin, David Chidester, and Nancy T. Ammerman

"Jewish GIs and the Creation of the JudeoChristian Tradition," by Deborah Dash Moore

"'Rational Amusement and Sound Instruction': Constructing the True Catholic Woman," by Penny Edgell Becker

"The Staking of the Monster: A Politics of Remonstrance," by Ed Ingebretsen

"Trifling with Holy Time: Women and the Formation of the Calvinist Church of Worcester, Massachusetts, 1815 - 1820," by Carolyn J. Lawes

Summer 1997  Volume 7  Number 2

"Conjure and Christianity: Religious Elements in Nineteenth-Century African-American Occultism," by Yvonne Chireau

"Southern Baptists, Northern Evangelicals, and the Nature of Religious Alliances," by Barry Hankins

"The Church Irrelevant: Paul Hanly Furfey and the Fortunes of American Catholic Radicalism," by Eugene McCarraher

"Applying the Devil's Work in a Holy Cause: Working Class Popular Culture and the Salvation Army in the United States, 1879 - 1900," by Lillian Taiz

"'Memorial Stones': Death and the Geography of Womanhood in Heathen Women's Friend, 1869 - 1879," by Anne Blue Wills

Winter 1997  Volume 7  Number 1

Forum: "Neglected Resources in Scholarship," with contributions by Theodore Dwight Bozeman, Giles Gunn, Peter J. Paris, and Anne C. Rose

"The Religious Construction of Masculinity in Victorian America: The Male Mediumship of John Shoebridge Williams," by Bret E. Carroll

"The Scalabrini Fathers, the Italian Emigrant Church and Ethnic Nationalism in America," by Peter R. D'Agostino

"Sentimental Catechism: Archbishop James Gibbons, Mass Print Culture, and American Literary History," by James Emmett Ryan

"Character, Public School, and Religious Education, 1920-1934," by Heather Warren

Summer 1996  Volume 6  Number 2

Forum: "Religious Communities," with contributions by Kathleen Neils Conzen, Brooks Holifield, Harry Stout, and Michael Zuckerman

"Manna and Manual: Sacramental and Instrumental Constructions of Space in the Victorian Camp Meeting," by Steven Cooley

"The Puritans as Founders: The Quest for Identity in Early Whig Rhetoric," by Dean C. Hammer

"The New Divinity and Williams College, 1793-1836," by David Kling

"Christians Love the Jews! Origins and Growth of American PhiloSemitism, 1790-1860," by Robert K. Whalen

Winter 1996  Volume 6  Number 1

Editors' Preface

"The Troubles with Harry: Freedom, America, and God in John Updike's Rabbit Novels," by Kyle A. Pasewark

"How Realistic Can a Catholic Writer Be? Richard Sullivan and American Catholic Literature," by Una M. Cadegan

"Carnival of Shame: Doctorow and the Rosenbergs," by Robert Detweiler

"In Memory of Cassie: Child Death and Religious Vision in American Women's Novels," by Ann-Janine Morey

Summer 1995  Volume 5  Number 2

"Gender and Religion in American Culture, 1870-1930," by David G. Hackett

"Religion and Culture in Tension: The Abortion Discourses of the U.S. Catholic Bishops and the Southern Baptist Convention," by Michele Dillon

"The Spiritual Labour of John Barnard: An Eighteenth-Century Artisan Constructs His Piety," by Erik R. Seeman

"Fundamentalism and Folk Science between the Wars," by Edward B. Davis

"A New Denominational Historiograph?" by John F. Wilson

Winter 1995  Volume 5  Number 1

Forum: "Female Experience in American Religion," with contributions by Rosemary Skinner Keller, Ann Braude, Maureen Ursenbach Beecher, and Elizabeth Fox-Genovese

"The Holocaust, Second Generation Witness, and the Voluntary Covenant in American Judaism," by Alan L. Berger

"'Proclaiming Together'? Convergence and Divergence in Mainline and Evangelical Evangelism, 1945-1967," by Thomas C. Berg

"Thomas Merton and the Religion of the Bomb," by James J. Farrell

"The Ideal of Professionalism and the White Southern Baptist Ministry, 1870-1920," by Paul Harvey

Summer 1994  Volume 4  Number 2

"The Easter Parade: Piety, Fashion, and Display," by Leigh Eric Schmidt

"Vernacular American Landscape: Methodists, Camp Meetings, and Social Respectability," by Roger Robins

"The Church and American Destiny: Evangelical Episcopalians and Voluntary Societies in Antebellum America," by Diana Hochstedt Butler

"Racial Justice and the People of God: The Second Vatican Council, the Civil Rights Movement, and American Catholics," by John T. McGreevy

"Song and Dance: Native American Religions and American History," by Lawrence E. Sullivan

Winter 1994  Volume 4  Number 1

Forum: "American Civil Religion Revisited," with contributions by Phillip E. Hammond, Amanda Porterfield, James G. Moseley, and Jonathan D. Sarna

"'A True Revival of Religion': Protestants and the San Francisco Graft Prosecutions,1906-1909," by Douglas Firth Anderson

"Purgatory and the Powerful Dead: A Case Study of Native American Repatriation," by Johnny P. Flynn and Gary Laderman

"The Power of Interpretation: The Revival of 1857-58 and the Historiography of Revivalism in America," by Kathryn T. Long

"Mass Culture, UpperClass Culture, and the Decline of Church Discipline in the Evangelical South: The 1910 Case of the Godbold Mineral Well Hotel," by Ted Ownby

Summer 1993  Volume 3  Number 2

"Religion: A Private Affair, in Public Affairs," by Martin E. Marty

"'Spiritual Warfare': Cultural Fundamentalism and the Equal Rights Amendment," by Donald G. Mathews

"The Godly Insurrection in Limestone County: Social Gospel, Populism, and Southern Culture in the Late Nineteenth Century," by Richard C. Goode

"Women, Public Ministry, and American Fundamentalism, 1920-1950," by Michael S. Hamilton

"From Spiritualism to Theosophy: 'Uplifting' a Democratic Tradition," by Stephen Prothero

"'Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Left To Do': Choosing a Textbook for Religion in America," by Stephen J. Stein

Winter 1993  Volume 3  Number 1

Forum: "The Decade Ahead in Scholarship," with contributions by Robert A. Orsi, George Marsden, David W. Wills, and Colleen McDannell

"Imaging Protestant Piety: The Icons of Warner Sallman," by David Morgan

"Sociological Christianity and Christian Sociology: The Paradox of Early American Sociology," by Susan E. Henking

"Mary Lyon, the Founding of Mount Holyoke College, and the Cultural Revival of Jonathan Edwards," by Joseph A. Conforti

"Religion in the United States: Notes Toward a New Classification," by Julia Mitchell Corbett

Summer 1992  Volume 2  Number 2

"Creation, Evolution, and Holy Ghost Religion: Holiness and Pentecostal Responses to Darwinism, " by Ronald L. Numbers

"Representative Emersons: Versions of American Identity," by David L. Smith

"The Apocalyptic Origins of Churches of Christ and the Triumph of Modernism," by Richard T. Hughes

"The Early Years of the Jewish Presence at the University of Illinois," by Winton U. Solberg

Winter 1992  Volume 2  Number 1

Forum: "Sources of Personal Identity: Religion, Ethnicity, and the American Cultural Situation," with contributions by Robert Wuthnow, Martin E. Marty, Philip Gleason, and Deborah Dash Moore

"Benevolent Calvinism and the Moral Government of God: The Influence of Nathaniel W. Taylor on Revivalism in the Second Great Awakening," by William R. Sutton

"The Troubled Soul of the Academy: American Learning and the Problem of Religious Studies," by D. G. Hart

"Lemuel Haynes and the Revolutionary Origins of Black Theology, 1776-1801," by John Saillant

"Witchcraft and the Colonization of Algonquian and Iroquois Cultures," by Amanda Porterfield

Summer 1991  Volume 1  Number 2

Forum: "The Decline of Mainline Religion in American Culture," with contributions by William R. Hutchison, Catherine L. Albanese, Max L. Stackhouse, and William McKinney

"The Private Hopes of American Fundamentalists and Evangelicals, 1925-1975," by David Harrington Watt

"Saving the Children by Killing Them: Redemptive Sacrifice in the Ideologies of Jim Jones and Ronald Reagan," by David Chidester

"The New Infidelity: Northern Protestant Clergymen and the Critique of Progress, 1840-1855," by Mark Y. Hanley

"John Eliot and the Millennium," by Richard W. Cogley

Winter 1991  Volume 1  Number 1

Editors' Introduction

Review Essay: "The Encyclopedia of the American Religious Experience," by David Brion Davis

"Prophecy, Gender, and Culture: Ellen Gould Harmon [White] and the Roots of Seventh-day Adventism," by Jonathan M. Butler

"Subverting Eden: Ambiguity of Evil and the American Dream in Blue Velvet," by Irena Makarushka

"Religion and the American Public Philosophy," by William Dean

"Authoritarian or Authority Minded? The Cognitive Commitments of Fundamentalists and the Christian Right," by Dennis E. Owen, Kenneth D. Wald, and Samuel S. Hill

"The Incorporation of American Religion: The Case of the Presbyterians," by Louis Weeks