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Pauline Maier

On Pauline Maier (Guest Post by David Sehat)

(Editor’s Note: I’m very grateful to David Sehat, Assistant Professor of History at Georgia State University, author of The Myth of American Religious Freedom (Oxford University Press, 2011) and one of our many bloggers emeriti here at USIH, for the following remembrance of Pauline Maier, who passed away earlier this week.–Ben Alpers) This morning I learned that Pauline Maier has died.   The profession has lost one its most generous, empathetic, and quietly analytic minds, and although I never studied with Maier, she had an enormous effect on me. Back in 2006 as I was struggling to figure out my dissertation Read more