Department of History
203 Cockefair Hall
William B. Ashworth, Jr.
Andrew S. Bergerson
Rebecca Miller Davis
Gary L. Ebersole
James S. Falls
Carla L. Klausner
Linda E. Mitchell
Diane Mutti Burke
Matthew Warner Osborn
Lynda S. Payne
Patrick A. Peebles
Louis W. Potts
Christopher D. Cantwell
2012 Ph.D., Cornell University
2006 M.A., Cornell University
2003 B.A., University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Courses for Fall 2013
> HIST 300B Introduction to Public History
> HIST 401A Religion in America
"Religion in the City, 1900-2000," Oxford Research Encyclopedia of American History (commissioned for Summer 2013 issue).
"Where Two of More ar Gathered: The Adult Bible Class Movement and the Lived Religion of Scripture," in The Bible in American Life, Phillip Goff and Art Farnsley II, eds. (New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming)..
"Sacred City: Chicago's Built Religious Environment," in Out of the Loop: Vernacular Architecture Forum Chicago, Virginia B. Price, David A. Spatz, and D. Bradford Hunt, eds. (Chicago: Agate Midway Publishers, 2015), 19-28.
“Self, Subject, and the Sacred: Biography and American Religious History,” Religion Compass, John Bulter, ed. (New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming).
@Preacher_Bot: An Experiment in Evangelical Speechmaking. A twitter bot I built to explore the discourse of comtemporary evangelicalism. Read more about the project at the Religion in American History Blog.
“From Index Cards to Text Files: Digital Workflows for Today's Historian,” The American Historian (Nov. 2016), pp. 21-25.
Co-Director. "Out of Many: Religious Pluralism in America." An NEH Bridging Cultures at Community Colleges program held at the Newberry Library in Chicago, Illinois (2012-2014).