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The Theological Turn in Intellectual History (S-USIH Conference Guest Post)

Editor’s Note: This is the final post in our series of guest post reporting on the Sixth Annual U. S. Intellectual History Conference that took place last month in Indianapolis. It concerns the roundtable on The Theological Turn in Intellectual History. It comes to us from Dan Hummel, who is a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison studying American religious and diplomatic history.  His dissertation examines Jewish-Evangelical relations in the mid-twentieth century, with special emphasis on the state of Israel as both a theological idea and a historical actor.  Be on the lookout for his essay to appear in Read more