Westminster Confessions at 375: Historical Reflections and Contemporary Relevance (10/20/22)

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 20223-5 pm (Boston) // 8-10 pm (London) Created upon the request of the English Parliament by “learned, godly, and judicious Divines” convened at Westminster Abbey, the Westminster Confession of Faith has had a remarkable influence within Protestantism over the 375 years since its adoption. In commemoration of this important anniversary, the Congregational…

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Solmsen Fellowship (2023-4) – IRH, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Application Deadline: October 27, 2022 Description The Institute for Research in the Humanities (IRH) at the University of Wisconsin–Madison is pleased to offer four Solmsen Fellowships for the academic year 2023-2024, to be  awarded to scholars from outside the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Through a  generous bequest from Friedrich and Lieselotte Solmsen, the Solmsen Fellowships  sponsor…

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Kingdon Fellowship (2023-4) – IRH, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Application Deadline: October 27, 2022 Description The Institute for Research in the Humanities (IRH) at the University of Wisconsin–Madison is pleased to offer two Robert M. Kingdon Fellowships for the academic year 2023-2024, to  be awarded to scholars from outside the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Through a  generous bequest from the late Robert M. Kingdon, Hilldale…

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Call for Contributions – “Religions,” Special Issue on World Christianity

The journal, Religions, is seeking article submissions for a special issue on the topic of “World Christianity in History and in Culture.” Submission Deadline: September 30, 2022 Description Woven together like finely crafted fabric, world Christianity, history, and culture are always tightly interlaced.  Historians realize that all Christians exist in a dynamic web of cultural and…

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Interview with Dr. Christopher Bonura – 2020 Mead Prize Recipient

In this interview, we sat down with Dr. Christopher Bonura (PhD, UC Berkley) to discuss his recent Church History article, “Eusebius of Caesarea, the Roman Empire, and the Fulfillment of Biblical Prophecy: Reassessing Byzantine Imperial Eschatology in the Age of Constantine.” For this paper, Dr. Bonura received ASCH’s 2020 Mead Prize, which is granted to…

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Call for Contributors: “Christians in the City” Book Series

Dyron Daughrity of Pepperdine University has announced a new 25-book series with Bloomsbury Academic titled Christians in the City: Studies in Contemporary Global Christianity. This series is intended to contribute to the growing body of scholarship on world Christianity, lived religion, material religion, urban studies, and globalization as it engages people on the ground in…

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Virtual Issue (2020): “Looking Forward, Looking Back: Christianity in Latin America and the Caribbean

In this inaugural virtual issue, Christina Davidson’s article “Redeeming Santo Domingo: North Atlantic Missionaries and the Racial Conversion of a Nation,” winner of the American Society of Church History’s annual Sidney E. Mead Prize and published in our March 2020 issue, offers an opportunity to revisit the journal’s scholarship on the Caribbean and Latin America.…

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Interview With Mead Prize Winner Christina Davidson

2019’s Sidney E. Mead prize for best unpublished article from dissertation research of advanced graduate student or recent PhD went to Christina Davidson. Now a postdoc at the Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History, her “Redeeming Santo Domingo: North Atlantic Missionaries and the Racial Conversion of a Nation” is included in our latest…

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