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Unlikely Alliance: Pragmatism and Theology at Chicago

(Or Theology in the Age of Fracture) The following is a guest post by Lilian Calles Barger. Lilian notes: “This is an edited version of a paper presented at the S-USIH 2015 conference, Thank you to my co-panelists, Paul Murphy and Trevor Burrows, for joining me on the panel ‘Transgressing Boundaries between the Social Sciences, Religion, and Secularism in the Twentieth Century.’ Thank you also to Kevin Schultz for his comments on this and all the papers presented.” (Editor’s note: we welcome more submissions drawn from the recent S-USIH Conference.) U.S. historians are focusing on the late twentieth century as Read more