Religion in American History posted some coverage of the Religion and American Culture 2nd Biennial Conference (June 2-5, 2011), including some of my own thoughts. It is worth a look for those of you who missed the lovely conference.
Here are the posts in chronological order:
Elesha Coffman, guest blogger, “Do Religion Scholars Read the Bible?”
Janine Giodrano Drake, “Deconstructing the Tension in the Room”
Me, “The Best Part of ‘Believe’ is the ‘Lie'”
Paul Harvey, “Simple Things You See Are All Complicated”
Additionally, I promise I will back to blogging more regularly now that my summer respite is over, and I must get back to work. Look for more coverage of the conference, an addition of Gender and the American Religious Historian from the Berks, and my comments on posters for humanities folks.