Since the shootings in Buffalo, Laguna Woods, and Uvalde, the AACC (Asian American Christian Collaborative) has […]
Though born into slavery, Sojourner Truth would defy the limits placed upon her as a Black […]
The devil’s cows, impudent camels, or damsels animated by the devil: late medieval and early modern […]
Every year, members of the Hmong Christian Church of God in Minneapolis gather for a cherished […]
Conventional wisdom holds that tradition and history meant little to nineteenth-century American Protestants, who relied on […]
In The Rise and Fall of Dispensationalism, Daniel G. Hummel illuminates how dispensationalism, despite often being dismissed […]
“The annual Presbyterian Scholars conferences that Jeff McDonald has been organizing offer an excellent opportunity to reflect on […]
Heidelberg University‘s Faculty of Theology and Heidelberg Center for American Studies seeks a lecturer for a joint appointment in American […]
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum announces the call for applications for the 2023 Annual Faculty […]
Debates over curriculum have long been part of the discussion over what is taught in history […]