Digital History Directory
The field of digital history is growing as scholars begin to work with digital technologies to present their work, reach audiences, and test theories. The field is broad, including historians from a wide array of subfields and areas of study. Our goal here is to allow scholars to get in contact with each other and learn of new work and projects. Browse the directory or search by last name, institution, or field.
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U.S.; Social; Twentieth Century; Urban; Protestant Fundamentalism; Lived Religion
I'm a historian of American religion that focuses on Protestant evangelicals in America. My current book project, "The Bible Class Teacher: Piety and Politics in the Age of Fundamentalism," is a microhistory that uses the life of a single Sunday school teacher form Chicago to reinterpret the rise of Protestant fundamentalism at the turn of the twentieth century. In my role as Assistant Director of the Newberry Library's Scholl Center, I design digital exhibits and curricular materials for research and classroom use.