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The Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism brings together scholars from history, theology, women’€™s studies, sociology, religious studies, American studies, and English to interpret the American Catholic experience.

 

The Spring 2016 American Catholic Studies Newsletter is now available. Learn more >>

Center News

An interview with Rebecca Berru Davis

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Rebecca Berru Davis is one of nearly 50 scholars presenting research at the upcoming Conference on the History of Women Religious (HWR), a triennial gathering that runs from June 26-29 at Santa Clara University. Davis studies women artists of the early Liturgical Movement in the United States, from 1932 to 1962. She just completed two years at St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota, where she was a Louisville Institute Postdoctoral Fellow. At HWR she will present a talk about Sister Helene O’Connor, O.P., titled “Liturgical Art: An Apostolate and Pedagogy For Artists and Educators.” She recently spoke with Heather Grennan Gary about her work.…

Call for Papers: North Atlantic Catholic Communities in Rome, 1622-1939

The Cushwa Center invites interested scholars to submit proposals for papers dealing with any aspect of the presence in the Eternal City of individuals as well as communities originating from present-day England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, English- and French-speaking Canada, and the United States.

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Upcoming Events

Shoulder & Shovelwork: Dead Poets and Eschatologies

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Author and poet Thomas Lynch will present the annual Hibernian Lecture. His lecture will center around the poetry and recent deaths of Dennis O'Driscoll and Seamus Heaney.

Seminar in American Religion

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Mark your calendar now! We will discuss History and Presence (Belknap/Harvard, 2016) by Robert A. Orsi of Northwestern University.

Commentators for this seminar are R. Scott Appleby of the University of Notre Dame and Mary Dunn of St. Louis University.

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