For those intellectual historians who study religion, the new issue of the online Journal of Southern Religion is now up. Among the articles of relevance to intellectual historians, check out:
Hard, Hard Religion: The Invisible Institution of the New South by John Hayes.
A special forum between Curtis J. Evans and David Sehat (yours truly) over Booker T. Washington, historicism, and the question of moral culpability in historical inquiry.
And a group review by Edward J. Blum, Rebecca A. Goetz, and Randal Maurice Jelks of Colin Kidd’s important new book, The Forging of the Races.
The entire issue is worthy of reading. Check it out here.