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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Job Search: Executive Director – Congregational Library & Archives

Congregational Library & Archives (CLA) – Boston, MA Applications due May 2, 2022 About CLA The Congregational Library & Archives (CLA) fosters deeper understanding of the spiritual, intellectual, cultural, and civic dimensions of the Congregational story and its ongoing relevance by collecting and sharing materials and by actively engaging with faith communities, scholars, and the…

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Virtual Faculty Seminar: Theological Encounters of Race, Antisemitism, and the Holocaust in Transatlantic Context

June 17-24, 2022 – United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) Applications due April 18, 2022 The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum announces the call for applications for the 2022 Annual Faculty Seminar on Ethics, Religion, and the Holocaust entitled “Theological Encounters of Race, Antisemitism, and the Holocaust in Transatlantic Context.” This year’s Seminar will examine…

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The Catholic Record Society 64th Annual Conference

11-13th July 2022 | Bar Convent, York (UK) – Livestream available Keynote speakers Dr. Maria Power (Blackfriars Hall, Oxford University) Dr. Muiris MacGiollabhuí (Purdue University, USA) Dr. Kieran Taylor (University of Stirling, Scotland) Description The Catholic Record Society 64th Annual Conference will take place 11th-13th July, 2022 at the Bar Convent in York, UK. An…

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Virtual Roundtable on David D. Hall’s The Puritans: A Transatlantic History (Feb 24)

Please join the ASCH community at 5pm EST on Thursday, February 24 for a virtual roundtable discussion of David Hall’s The Puritans: A Transatlantic History. The discussion will feature Margo Todd, Mark Valeri, Paul Lim, Charles Hambrick-Stowe, and David Hall. Attendance is open, but registration is required. Register here! Details This session brings together leading scholars of puritanism…

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NEH Summer Institute: Mormonism and Mexico – Claremont Graduate University

National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute: Mormonism and Mexico: A Case Study in Religion and Borderlands, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA. Co-Directors: Matthew Bowman and Daniel Ramírez Applications Are Now Open: Due March 1, 2022. Claremont Graduate University invites scholars and educators to join us in examining the history of Mormonism and Mexico. Anchored…

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Faculty Position, History of Christianity – Regent College

Regent College invites applications for a one-year faculty position in the History of Christianity to begin August 1, 2022. Regent is a graduate school of Theology in the evangelical tradition. Advanced study of the history of Christianity is a core component of our curriculum and Regent has a well-established history of excellence in historical scholarship.…

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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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