I contribute to two scholarly blogs, Religion in American History and Then & Now.  Below you’ll find links to some of my posts:

“Religious Historians Take on ‘the Specter of Capitalism,'” 17 December 2014

“Sources for the Survey: What Makes Your Cut?” 17 October 2014

Native Son: Books Change,” 3 September 2014

“Dispatch from Valpo: Still Exiles from Eden?” 17 June 2014

“What is Social Christianity Anyway,” 17 April 2014

“The Rapid ‘Revitalization’ of American Cities,” 7 August 2013

“The Moral Contours of Our New Gilded Age,” 24 April 2013

“Christianity and the ‘Specter of Capitalism,'” 17 April 2013

“Evangelicals at (Another) Political Crossroads?” 17 January 2013

“Occupying the Vatican,” 10 January 2013

“Religion and Violence in a 21st-Century City,” 21 June 2012

“Whither the Social Gospel?”  1 March 2012

“Occupy: ‘Fundamentally Christian’?” 13 November 2011

“The Gospel of the Working Class: Gellman/Roll Interview, Part III,” 12 August 2011

“The Gospel of the Working Class: Gellman/Roll Interview, Part II, 11 August 2011

“The Gospel of the Working Class: An Interview with Erik Gellman and Jarod Roll, Part I,” 10 August 2011

“Commemorating Haymarket,” 29 April 2011

“ASCH Spring Meeting Wrap-Up,” 11 April 2011

“Whose Story is American Religious History?” 8 April 2011

“Remembering the Triangle Fire,” 24 March 2011

“Religion and Labor Protest in Wisconsin,” 23 February 2011

“In the Beginning…What?” 21 January 2011

“Sanctifying Social Struggles,” 11 January 2011