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Here at the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, we share our knowledge and findings with millions of people. Our faculty produce research on subjects that matter to people both locally and globally. These findings have been featured in more than 120 books and more than 1,000 articles, including articles in The New York Times, The Atlantic, The New Yorker, Huffington Post, Slate.com, Chronicle of Higher Education, The Globe and Mail and many more. The publications that are produced by our faculty go on to discuss the pressing concerns that society is facing today and are inclusive to a general audience as well as an academic audience. 

 

Books & Journals

Colossal Ambitions: Confederate Planning for a Post-Civil War World
University of Virginia Press
Adrian Brettle, Lecturer of History

From Servants of the Empire to Everyday Heroes: The British Honours System in the Twentieth Century
Oxford University Press
Tobias Harper, Assistant Professor of History

Colonists, Citizens, Constitutions: Creating the American Republic
Scala Arts
James Hrdlicka, Post-Doctoral Scholar of History

The Jews of Eighteenth Century Jamaica: A Testamentary History of a Diaspora in Transition
Yale University Press
Stanley Mirvis, Assistant Professor of History & Harold Jean Grossman Chair of Jewish Studies

The Oxford Handbook of American Political History
Oxford University Press
Donald Critchlow, Katzin Family Professor of History

Unsere Väter, unsere Mütter. Deutsche Generationen seit 1945
Campus Verlag Frankfurt
Volker Benkert, Assistant Professor of History

Beasts, Humans, and Transhumans in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance
Brepols Publishers
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Articles & Op/Eds

How to get an OBE: the opaque process by which Britain chooses its honorees
The London School of Economics and Political Science
Tobias Harper, Assistant Professor of History

The Moral Status of Animal Suffering
Cato Unbound
Shawn Klein, Lecturer of Philosophy

Fringe religious party gains power in crisis-stricken Peru
The Conversation
Matthew Casey, Clinical Assistant Professor of History

The religious mourning of 'Saint' Kobe Bryant continues
Religion Dispatches
Terry Shoemaker, Lecturer of Religious Studies

Who Are We the People? Unpopular Sovereignties in the United States and India
Contending Modernities
Richard Amesbury, Professor of Religious Studies & School Director

Caring for Creation: Ancient Wisdom in Time of Crisis
Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and Wold Affairs
Hava Tirosh-Samuelson, Regents Professor of History, Irving and Miriam Lowe Professor of Modern Judaism & Director of Jewish Studies

Editors’ Choice: A Journal of the Plague Year – an Archive of CoVid19
Digital Humanities Now
Catherine O'Donnell, Professor of History, Mark Tebeau, Associate Professor of History & Richard Amesbury, Professor of Religious Studies & School Director

3 crisis-leadership lessons from Abraham Lincoln
The Conversation
Adrian Brettle, Lecturer of History

A History of Inconvenient Allies and Convenient Enemies
The North American Congress on Latin America
Alexander Aviña, Associate Professor of History

The real meaning of Memorial Day
The Washington Post
Kyle Longley, Snell Family Dean's Distinguished Professor of History

Our leaders can look to Lyndon Johnson to see how to minimize damage today
The Washington Post
Kyle Longley, Snell Family Dean's Distinguished Professor of History

The Moment of Parallel Emancipations in Jamaica
Yale University Press Blog
Stanley Mirvis, Assistant Professor of History & Harold and Jean Grossman Chair of Jewish Studies

Black Americans, crucial workers in crises, emerge worse off – not better
The Conversation
Calvin Schermerhorn, Professor of History

Comparative Genocide Pedagogy and Survivor Testimony: Lessons from a Unit on the Holocaust and the Rwandan Genocide
The History Teacher
Volker Benkert, Lauren Harris & Jason Bruner

Christianity and Vocational Education
The Palgrave Handbook on African Education and Indigenous Knowledge
Andrew Barnes, Professor of History

Books & Journals

Volume 31 - Issue 1 - January 2019
Journal of Policy History
Donald Critchlow, Katzin Family Professor of History 

Volume 40, NO. 2- Winter 2018
Reason Papers, A Journal of Interdisciplinary Normative Studies
Shawn Klein, Lecturer of Philosophy

Volume 31 - Issue 3 - July 2019
Journal of Policy History
Donald Critchlow, Katzin Family Professor of History 

Volume 53 - Issue 3 - August 2019
Canadian-American Slavic Studies
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

That Most Precious Merchandise: The Mediterranean Trade in Black Sea Slaves, 1260-1500
University of Pennsylvania Press
Hannah Barker, Assistant Professor of History

Opting for the Best: Oughts and Options
Oxford University Press
Douglas Portmore, Professor of Philosophy

Volume 41, NO. 1- Summer 2019
Reason Papers, A Journal of Interdisciplinary Normative Studies
Shawn Klein, Lecturer of Philosophy

People's Peace: Prospects for a Human Future
Syracuse University Press
Chad Haines, Associate Professor of Religious Studies & Yasmin Saikia, Professor of History and Hardt-Nickachos Chair in Peace Studies

Faith and Selfhood in a Changing Society: Autobiography and Orthodoxy in Russia from the End of the 18th to the Beginning of the Twentieth Century
Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie
Laurie Manchester, Associate Professor of History

Articles & Op/Eds

How to take the scandal out of big-time college football and basketball
LA Times
Victoria Jackson, Lecturer of History

Remembering American saint Elizabeth Seton's legacy and how it continues to inspire work with immigrants
The Conversation
Catherine O'Donnell, Associate Professor of History

Silicon Valley's Original Sin: Big Tech offers a world of self-actualization, wealth, and progress. What could go wrong?
Sojourners
Gaymon Bennett, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

How will generations that didn't experience the Holocaust remember it?
The Conversation
Timothy Langille, Lecturer of Religious Studies

Should we judge people for their past moral failings?
The Conversation
Andrew Khoury, Instructor of Philosophy

Why are women still having to fight so hard for their rightful place in the male-dominated sporting world?
The Independent
Victoria Jackson, Lecturer of History

Transgender Children and the Right to Transition: Medical Ethics When Parents Mean Well but Cause Harm
The American Journal of Bioethics
Maura Priest, Assistant Professor of Philosophy 

OPINIÓN: La verdadera crisis fronteriza no es la que Trump siempre menciona
Expansión 
Alexander Aviña, Associate Professor of History

Opinion: USWNT discrimination lawsuit underscores importance of Title IX
Global Sport Matters
Victoria Jackson, Lecturer of History

Religion and Politics in the East African Revival 
Sage Journals
Jason Bruner, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies

Confederate Imaginations with the Federals in the Postwar Order
Philosophy Documentation Center
Adrian Brettle, Lecturer of History

The Decadelong Humiliation of Caster Semenya
Slate
Victoria Jackson, Lecturer of History

Opinion: Stop penalizing female athletes for getting pregnant
Global Sport Matters
Victoria Jackson, Lecturer of History

Deconversion, Sport, and Rehabilitative Hope
MDPI Religions
Terry Shoemaker, Lecturer of Religious Studies

Bones of Contention: China's World War II Military Graves in India, Burma, and Papua New Guinea
Journal of Chinese Military History
Linh Vu, Assistant Professor of History

Why the racial wealth gap persists, more than 150 years after emancipation
The Washington Post
Calvin Schermerhorn, Professor of History

Abrazos y Balazos
Zur
Alexander Aviña, Associate Professor of History

Un buen momento para el futbol femenino
Letras Libres
Victoria Jackson, Lecturer of HIstory

Why America's first saint stopped trying to convert her neighbors to Catholicism
Zocalo
Catherine O'Donnell, Associate Professor of History

Great Women's World Cup, FIFA. Now scrap the whole thing and start over
Los Angeles Times
Victoria Jackson, Clinical Professor of History

Investigating comparative genocide teaching in two high school classrooms
Taylor & Francis: Theory & Research in Social Education
Lauren Harris, Associate Professor of History, Volker Benkert, Assistant Professor of History & Jason Bruner, Associate Professor or Religious Studies

Scholars need to act with greater urgencey
Medium
Gaymon Bennett, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Records of Consent
Medium
Hannah Barker, Assistant Professor of History

The Delusion and Danger of Infinate Economic Growth
The New Republic
Christopher Jones, Associate Professor of History

Historians on Trump: We've never seen anything like this
CNN
Kyle Longley, Snell Family Dean's Distinguished Professor of History

Opinion: From fiction to reality, female athlete bonds run deep
Global Sport Matters
Victoria Jackson, Clinical Assistant Professor of History

The myth of amateurism: How America's multi-billion-dollar college sports industry exploits its stars
Independent
Victoria Jackson, Clinical Assistant Professor of History

Opinon: the Pac-12 should defy the NCAA and embrace California's law letting student-athletes earn dollars
Los Angeles Times
Victoria Jackson, Clinical Professor of History

A Somehwat Reassuring Defense of Populism
Athenaeum Review, Issue 3 Fall/Winter 2020
Donald Critchlow, Katzin Family Professor of History

Tai Manuscripts in the Southeast Asian Rare Book Collection
Library of Congress
Ryan Wolfson-Ford, Lecturer of History

What Happens When You Kill the Messenger in Nicaragua
Stratfor Worldview
Kyle Longley, Professor of History

Martyred Patriarchs, Institutionalized Virtues, and the Gendered Republic of Twentieth-Century China
Modern China
Linh Vu, Assistant Professor of History

Old religious tensions resurge in Bolivia after ouster of longtime indigenous leader
The Conversation
Matthew Casey, Clinical Assistant Professor of History

What Democrats Need to Know to Win Latinos
The New York Times
Kyle Longley, Professor of History

Opinion: Do college football programs that use cutting-edge technology have an unfair advantage?
Los Angeles Times
Shawn Klein, Lecturer of Philosophy

Loyal sacrifice Shrines in Republican China, 1912-1949
War and Memorials
Linh Vu, Assistant Professor of History

Fusing Russian Nationalism with Soviet Patriotism: Changing Conceptions of Homeland and the Mass Repatriation of Manchurian Russians after Stalin's Death
Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History
Laurie Manchester, Associate Professor of History

Ethnography of Witnessing and Ethnography as Witnessing: Topographies of Two Court Hearings
Political and Legal Anthropology Review
Shahla Talebi, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Causal Decision Theory and Decision Instability
Journal of Philosophy
Brad Armendt, Associate Professor of Philosophy

Deliberation and Pragmatic Belief
Pragmatic Encroachment in Epistemology
Brad Armendt, Associate Professor in Philosophy

The Black Atlantic: African Americans, Ethiopianism and Christian Newspapers in Africa
“Giving publicity to our thoughts” Journale asiatischer und afrikanischer Christen um 1900 und die Entstehung einer transregionalen indigen-christlichen
Andrew Barnes, Professor of History

The Cross versus the Crescent: The Missiology of Karl Kumm
Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations
Andrew Barnes, Professor of History

The Cosmpolitics of Charismatic Orthodoxy: Stefan (Vasilii Karpovich Podgornyi) and His Followers
State, Religion, Church in Russia and Abroad
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

The Apocalyptic Legacy of Pseudo-Ephraem in Russia: The Sermon on the Antichrist
Catastrophes and the Apocalyptic
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Books

Republican Character: From Nixon to Reagan
Donald Critchlow, Professor of History

Theravāda Buddhist Encounters with Modernity
Juliane Schober, Professor of Religious Studies

LBJ's 1968: Power, Politics, and the Presidency in America's Year of Upheaval
Kyle Longley, Snell Family Dean's Distinguished Professor of History

Feinde, Freunde, Fremde? Deutsche Perspektiven auf die USA
Volker Benkert, Assistant Professor of History 

Southeast Asia: A Very Short Introduction
James Rush, Professor of History 

Religion Around Billie Holiday
Tracy Fessenden, Professor of Religious Studies 

Indian Treaties in the United States
Donald Fixico, Distinguished Foundation Professor

Unrequited Toil: A History of United States Slavery 
Calvin Schermerhorn, Professor of History

Engineering Asia: Technology, Colonial Development, and the Cold War Order
Aaron Moore, Associate Professor of History

Elizabeth Seton: American Saint
Catherine O'Donnell, Associate Professor of History

Great Journeys across the Pamir Mountains
Huaiyu Chen, Associate Professor of Religious Studies 

The Prophetic Dimension of Sport
Terry Shoemaker, Lecturer of Religious Studies

 

Articles & Op/Eds

Take it from a former Division I athlete: College sports are like Jim Crow
The Los Angeles Times
Victoria Jackson, Lecturer of History

Does Presidential Character Matter in a Polarized Age?
History News Network
Donald Critchlow, Professor of History

Donald Trump and the battering of civil religion
Religion News Service
John Carlson, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Mobilizing the dead in wartime Chongqing
Journal of Modern Chinese History
Linh Vu, Assistant Professor of History

Are we a nation under God or under Trump? It’s up to us to choose
Arizona Capitol Times
John Carlson, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

How Not To Talk About Race And Genetics 
Buzzfeed
Monica Green, Professor of History

Opinion: It’s time to end the notion of NCAA amateurism
Global Sports Matters
Victoria Jackson, Lecturer of History

The Evangelical Search for Authenticity
Marginalia Review of Books
Jason Bruner, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies

Tortured for Christ in Trump's America
Sacred Matters
Jason Bruner, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies

After the death of a rival, Lyndon Johnson rose above politics. Donald Trump should learn from him
SF Gate
Kyle Longley, Snell Family Dean's Distinguished Professor of History

Could new legislation lead to a Route 66 economic revival?
The Conversation
Daniel Milowski, History PhD Candidate 
Article also appeared in Associated Press, The Los Angeles Times, Route 66 News, Penn Live, Midland Daily News, The Reader 

The Value of Play and the Good Human Life. (The value of the game in human life)
Cultura_Ciencia_Deporte Journal
Shawn Klein, Philosophy Lecturer 

How Should Officials Decide When Cutting-Edge Medical Interventions for Athletes Cross the Line?
Slate Magazine
Victoria Jackson, History Lecturer

What philosophers have to say about eating meat
The Conversation
Joan McGregor, Professor of Philosophy

What does faith demand? Elizabeth Seton and the belief of others
Sage House News - The Cornell University Press Blog
Catherine O'Donnell, Associate Professor of History

Colin Kaepernick’s Nike sponsorship shows that athletes have more power than they realize
The Washington Post
Victoria Jackson, History Lecturer

Elizabeth Seton and Me: Or, How I Almost Wrote a Book about a Saint Without Mentioning God
The Junto
Catherine O'Donnell, Associate Professor of History

Prisoner strike exposes an age old American reliance on forced labor
The Conversation
Calvin Schermerhorn, Professor of History

The Power of Sports Activism: from Black Power in Mexico 68 to the 'Trump Era'
El Universal
Victoria Jackson, History Lecturer

On the Supreme Court, difficult nominations have led to historical injustices
The Conversation
Calvin Schermerhorn, Professor of History

Politicians have long used the ‘forgotten man’ to win elections
The Conversation
Donald Critchlow, Professor of History

How should we judge people for their past moral failings?
The Conversation
Andrew Khoury, Philosophy Lecturer

The forgotten organization behind one of the most iconic moments in sports history
The Washington Post
Victoria Jackson, History Lecturer

Americans spend $70 billion on pets, and that money could do more good
The Conversation
Sandra Woien, Philosophy Lecturer 

The myth of amateurism: How America’s multi-billion-dollar college sports industry exploits its stars
The Independent
Victoria Jackson, History Lecturer

Titles, medals and ribbons
Aeon Magazine
Toby Harper, Assistant Professor of History

"What is a European hospital but a pagan shrine?" Missionaries, Progress, and the Problem of Materiality in Colonial Uganda
Material Religion
Jason Bruner, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies 

Silencing the Past by Al Jazeera Network
Jadaliyya
Chouki El Hamel, Professor of History

How Christian missionary media shaped the world
The Conversation 
Jason Bruner, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies

Knowledge, Ignorance and Climate Change
The New York Times
N. Ángel Pinillos, Professor of Philosophy 

Single during the holidays? It doesn't mean being lonely or alone
The Conversation
Elizabeth Brake, Associate Professor of Philosophy 

"Blessed are those who have not seen": Image and belief in Jonas Bendiksen's The Last Testament
The Revealer
Jason Bruner, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies

Reliving Tragedies as Historical Reawakenings: Modern Iran and Its Revolutions
The Oxford Handbook of Contemporary Middle-Eastern and North African History
Shahla Talebi, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

The Dutch Origins of the Quasi War: John Adams, the Netherlands, and Atlantic Politics in the 1790s
Journal of Early American History
Peter Van Cleave, Clinical Assistant Professor of History

Religious Liberty in the Russian Federation after 1997
Minority Religions in Europe and the Middle East
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Religious Freedom, the Religious Market, and Spiritual Entrepreneurship in Russia after 1997
Religious Freedom in Modern Russia
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Drama in the Service of Orthodoxy: Dimitrii of Rostov’s Theatrical Investigation of the Schism
Performance and Theatricality in the Middle Ages and Renaissance
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Books

Global Christianity and the Black Atlantic: Tuskegee, Colonialism, and the Shaping of African Industrial Education
Andrew Barnes, Professor of History

Glückskinder der Einheit?: Lebenswege der um 1970 in der DDR Geborenen
Volker Benkert, Assistant Professor of History

Living Salvation in the East African Revival in Uganda
Jason Bruner, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies

"That's What They Used To Say" Reflections on American Indian Oral Traditions
Donald Fixico, Distinguished Foundation Professor of History 

Northeast India: A Place of Relations
Yasmin Saikia, Professor of History

Porous Borders: Multiracial Migrations and the Law in the U.S.-Mexico Borderland
Julian Lim, Assistant Professor of History 

Knowledge as Acceptable Testimony
Steven Reynolds, Associate Professor of History

Reagan and the World: Leadership and National Security, 1981-1989
Kyle Longley, Snell Family Dean's Distinguished Professor of History

 Articles

Judaism's Christianity: Cohen and Rosenzweig on the Relationship between Judaism and Christianity
The Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy
Alexandra Aidler, Clinical Assistant Professor of Religious Studies

The Lady is Unvanquished 
The Immanent Frame
Tracy Fessenden, Associate Professor of Religious Studies 

Six Degrees of the Mongol Empire: Using Thought Experiments to Prepare World History Teachers
The History Teacher
Lauren Harris, Associate Professor of History Education

Water Consumption and Sustainability in Arizona: A Tale of Two Desert Cities
Journals of the Southwest
Paul Hirt, Professor of History

The Thibodaux Massacre Left 60 African-Americans Dead and Spelled the End of Unionized Farm Labor in the South for Decades
Smithsonian
Calvin Schermerhorn, Professor of History

Racial divides have been holding American workers back for more than a century
Washington Post
Calvin Schermerhorn, Professor of History

Agroecosystem energy transitions in the old and new worlds: trajectories and determinants at the regional scale
Regional Environmental Change
Joshua MacFadyen, Assistant Professor of History

The Republican Paradox: Liberty, Prosperity, Virtue, and Vice in the American Founding
The Journal of Policy History
Jonathan Barth, Assistant Professor of History

Developing a Critical Comparative Genocide Method
World History Connected
Jason Bruner, Volker Benkert, Lauren Harris, Marcie Hutchinson and Anders Erik Lundin

Remembering the Knickerbockers: A Lifetime of Scholarship on the Dutch American Atlantic
The Dutch in America Across the Centuries: Connections and Comparisons
Peter Van Cleave, Clinical Assistant Professor of History

Marian Revelations in the Russian Context: The Cosmopolitics of Blessed John
Nova Religio
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

The ‘Quaker Heresy’ in Siberia
Canadian-American Slavic Studies
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Books

Hamka’s Great Story: A Master Writer’s Vision of Islam for Modern Indonesia
James Rush, Professor of History

 Articles & Op/Eds

Mexico's Long Dirty War
NACLA Report on the Americas
Alexander Aviña, Associate Professor of History

Purchasing a Slave in Fourteenth-Century Cairo: Ibn al-Akfānī’s Book of Observation and Inspection in the Examination of Slaves
Mamluk Studies Review
Hannah Barker, Assistant Professor of History

Reconstructing Mercantilism: Consensus and Conflict in British Imperial Economy in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
The William and Mary Quarterly
Jonathan Barth, Assistant Professor of History

A Successful Failure: A History of the Albany Records
New York Archives
Peter Van Cleave, Clinical Assistant Professor of History

Articles & Op/Eds

Reconnecting with the Homeland: Black Sea Slaves in Mamluk Biographical Dictionaries
Medieval Prosopography
Hannah Barker, Assistant Professor of History

Making Good Wives and Mothers': The African Education Group and Missionary Reactions to the Phelps Stokes Reports
Studies in World Christianity
Andrew Barnes, Professor of History

Rescuing the Albany Records From the Fire:  Francis Adrian van der Kemp’s Notorious Attempt to Translate the Records of New Netherland
New York History: Special Issue on New Netherland
Peter Van Cleave, Clinical Assistant Professor of History

A Baptized Sufi on the Volga River: Sufi Networks among Eastern Orthodox Tatars in the Nineteenth Century
Kriashenskoe Istoricheskoe Obozrenie
Agnes Kefeli Clay, Clinical Professor of Religious Studies

Three Perspectives on Russian Pilgrims
Modern Greek Studies Yearbook
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Multiculturalism and Religious Education in the Russian Federation: The Fundamentals of Religious Cultures and Secular Ethics
State, Religion, and Church
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Utopian Communities on the Southwestern Frontier of the United States and China
Comparative Studies on Chinese and American Areas
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Books 

Spectators of Revolution: Peasant Guerrillas in the Cold War Mexican Countryside
Alexander Aviña, Associate Professor of History

Beyond Violence: Jewish Survivors in Poland and Slovakia, 1944-1948
Anna Cichopek-Gajraj

Becoming Muslim in Imperial Russia: Conversion, Apostasy, and Literacy
Cornell University Press
Agnes Kefeli Clay, Clinical Professor of Religious Studies

 Articles & Op/Eds

'A Peculiar Stampe of Our Owne': The Massachusetts Mint and the Battle over Sovereignty, 1652-1691
The New England Quarterly
Jonathan Barth, Assistant Professor of History

Limits to ‘Jewish Power’: How Slovak Jewish Leaders Negotiated Restitution of Property after the War
East European Jewish Studies Affairs
Anna Cichopek-Gajraj, Associate Professor of History

Noah’s Ark Landed in the Ural Mountains: Ethnic and Ecological Apocalypse in Tatarstan
Russian Review
Agnes Kefeli Clay, Clinical Professor of Religious Studies

A Religious Innovator in Paris: Mother Maria (Skobtsova, 1891-1945)
Women in French Studies
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

The Orthodox Church of the Sovereign Mother of God
World Religions and Spirituality Project
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Books & Journals

Centers and Peripheries: Interaction and Exchange in Eastern Christianity
Special Issue of Russian History
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies 

Articles & Op/Eds

An Archive of Counterinsurgency: State Anxieties and Peasant Guerrillas in Cold War Mexico
Journal of Iberian and Latin American Research
Alexander Aviña, Associate Professor of History

Jewish Studies in Germany
Scripta Judaicia Cracoviensia
Volker Benkert, Assistant Professor of History

Introduction: Revival of Jewish Studies in Eastern Europe
Scripta Judaicia Cracoviensia
Anna Cichopek-Gajraj, Associate Professor of History

Jewish Studies in Contemporary St. Petersburg
Scripta Judaica Cracoviensia
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Russian Spiritual Christianity and the Closing of the Black-Earth Frontier: The First Heresy Trials of the Dukhobors in the 1760s
Russian History
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

The Orthodox Church of the Sovereign Mother of God / The New Cathar Church
Revisionism and Diversification in New Religious Movements
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

 

Articles & Op/Eds

Negotiating Jewish Belonging in Postwar Slovakia (1945-1948)
Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies
Anna Cichopek-Gajraj, Associate Professor of History

Traders, Vagabonds, Incarnate Christs, and Pilgrims: The Religious Network of Danilo Filippov, 1650-1850
Poverty and Prosperity in the Middle Ages and Renaissance
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Science and Judaism/Christianity Dialogue on the Authority of Sacred Texts and Leaders
Science and the World Religions
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Transhumanism and the Orthodox Christian Tradition
Building a Better Human? Focusing the Debate on Transhumanism
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Articles & Op/Eds

Egypt and the Black Sea Slave Trade During the Thirteenth Century
Bulletin of the American Research Center in Egypt
Hannah Barker, Assistant Professor of History

The Tale of Joseph and Zulaykha on the Volga Frontier: The Struggle for Gender, Religious, and National Identity in Imperial and Post-Revolutionary Russia
Slavic Review
Agnes Kefeli Clay, Clinical Professor of Religious Studies

The Woman Clothed in the Sun: Pacifism and Apocalyptic Discourse among Russian Spiritual Christian Molokan-Jumpers
Church History
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Judaism and Jewish Influences in Russian Spiritual Christianity: The Practices of the Early Dukhobors and the Prophecies of Maksim Rudometkin
Holy Dissent: Jewish and Christian Mystics in Eastern Europe
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Articles & Op/Eds

The Great Prohibition: The Expansion of Christianity in Colonial Northern Nigeria
History Compass
Andrew Barnes, Professor of History

'The Sinke of America': Society in the Albemarle Borderlands of North Carolina, 1663-1729
North Carolina Historical Review
Jonathan Barth, Assistant Professor of History

Books

Making Headway: The Introduction of Western Civilization in Colonial Northern Nigeria
Andrew Barnes, Professor of History

Articles & Op/Eds

Priestly Old Belief in Saratov Province: Nikolai Pozdnev and the Creation of an Old Believer Hierarchy in 1923
Russia's Dissident Old Believers
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

Articles & Op/Eds

Mapping the Limits of Orthodoxy: Russian Orthodox Missionary Encounters in Perm' Diocese, 1828-1912
Russian History
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies

The Predecessors of Patriarch Aleksandr (Kalinin) of the Russian Ancient Orthodox Church: Archbishops Nikola (Pozdnev) and Stefan (Rastorguev)
Gumanitarnye issledovaniia Vnutrennei Azii 
Eugene Clay, Associate Professor of Religious Studies