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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.

2014 Rome Seminar Program


Photos from the 21014 Rome Seminar
 

American Catholic Studies Newsletter

 

 

The American Catholic Studies Newsletter

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CONTENTS

Lead Story

A Canvas of Light: Tracing the Artistic Vision of Thomas O’Shaughnessy
by Ellen Skerrett

Recap of Recent Events

Cushwa Center Lecture: John L. Allen, Jr. on the Rise of the Global Church and What that Means for U.S. Catholics

Seminar in American Religion: Sarah Osborn’s World: The Rise of Evangelical Christianity in Early America by Catherine A. Brekus

Seminar in American Religion: The Death and Afterlife of the North American Martyrs by Emma Anderson

Hibernian Lecture: the Irish Way: Becoming American in a Multiethnic City by James R. Barrett

Four Questions: Una Cadegan on All Good Books Are Catholic Books

Cushwa Center Announcements

2014 Research Travel Grant Awards

Publications and Awards

Archives Report

University of Notre Dame Archives: New Collections in 2013

History of Women Religious

HWR Announcements

Ninth Triennial Conference Recap

Upcoming Events of Interest

Book Review

The Spirit’s Tether: Family, Work, and Religion among American Catholics by Mary Ellen Konieczny
Reviewed by Patricia Wittberg

Recent Publications of Interest
Upcoming Cushwa Center Events

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Upcoming Events

Cushwa Center Lecture

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John T. McGreevy

"The Jesuits, Father Sorin, and the 19th-Century Catholic Revival" will be presented by John T. McGreevy, dean of the College of Arts and Letters and professor of history at the University of Notre Dame.

Dean McGreevy's publications include Parish Boundaries: The Catholic Encounter with Race in the Twentieth Century Urban North (

Seminar in American Religion

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sisterthorn

Paula M. Kane, associate professor and John and Lucine O'Brien Marous Chair of Contemporary Catholic Studies at University of Pittsburgh, will discuss her book, Sister Thorn and Catholic Mysticism in Modern America

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