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Labor and the Catholic Church  

Steve Rosswurm

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Jun 2018
The US Catholic Church was for most of its history—and, in many places, still is—a working-class church. The choice for worship by successive waves of immigrants, from the Irish to the ... More

Latina/o Religious Politics  

Felipe Hinojosa

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Apr 2018
Religion is at the heart of the Latina/o experience in the United States. It is a deeply personal matter that often shapes political orientations, how people vote, where they live, and the ... More

Muslims in America from the European Colonial Period to the Present  

Kambiz GhaneaBassiri

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Nov 2018
The history of Muslims in America dates back to the transatlantic mercantile interactions between Europe, Africa, and the Americas. Upon its arrival, Islam became entrenched in American ... More

Stephen Wise and Americanism  

Randi Storch

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Apr 2017
Over the first half of the 20th century, Rabbi Stephen S. Wise (1874–1949) devoted himself to solving the most controversial social and political problems of his day: corruption in ... More

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