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“The Ideology Problem in Teaching and Scholarship” (S-USIH Conference Guest Post)

Editor’s Note: This is another in our ongoing series of guest posts reporting on panels from the recently concluded Society for U.S. Intellectual History Conference in Indianapolis. The following is a review of the opening plenary session for the recent S-USIH conference in Indianapolis, entitled “The Ideology Problem in Teaching and Scholarship.” Its author, Trevor Burrows, is a graduate student at Purdue University. His areas of interest include American religious history, twentieth-century social and political movements, and the long 1960s. He is beginning work on a dissertation, set in Chicago, concerning the place and impact of religious institutions and thought Read more