Oregon State University has inaugurated an great new speaker series, Culture and Religion in the United States. The list of speakers for this semester speaks to the powerful intersection between intellectual and religious history–a connection that has yielded great posts and conversations at the S-USIH blog. Christopher McNight Nichols, a member of the S-USIH conference committee this year, wanted to make our community aware of the speaker series and encourage folks who might be in the area to attend. The first speaker will be David Hollinger, who will also deliver the keynote address at the 2013 S-USIH conference in November. Chris has been been working with religious historian Amy Koehlinger and German intellectual historian David Luft to build up this program, which is generously supported by the Horning Endowment for the Humanities at Oregon State University.
U.S. Intellectual History Blog
February 19, 2013
CALL FOR CONTRIBUTORSS-USIH members, readers, and friends are asked to consider contributing to a book on U.S. intellectuals to be published in Denmark and edited by Danish scholars. Dr. Christian Olaf Christiansen, Read more
July 8, 2014
Henry F. May Graduate Student FundThe Society for U.S. Intellectual History is pleased to announce the creation of the Henry F. May Graduate Student Fund. To honor the legacy of Henry May, the Society for Read more
October 13, 2014