“… My grandmother, a fierce advocate of God’s will, envisioned the Rex Humbards and the Billy Grahams of the world to be…
In conversation with Gil Anidjar about Melville, CLR James, and Blood (2014)
A response to Saba Mahmood’s Religious Difference in a Secular Age (2015) Religious Difference in a Secular Age
“The Hyperactive Agency Detection Device,” Material Religion: The Journal of Objects, Art, and Belief 12:1 (Spring 2016): 102-103.
“Two Senses of Akron Ending” Turnip Truck(s): an im-possible publication
CLASS 200 is a new book series published by the University of Chicago Press. Kathryn Lofton and I seek books that are rigorously documentary and thoughtfully reflexive. Whatever…
“Did Somebody Say ‘Evangelical Surge’?,” Church History 84:3 (September 2105): 630-36.
“eBay and the historical imagination,” The Immanent Frame. April 9, 2015