Call for Papers:
2022 Spring Meeting in Scranton
The ACHA will host its Spring Meeting at the University of Scranton on April 22 and 23, 2022. Submission deadline is January 10, 2022.

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Our appeal for contributions to fund our grant programs in this extraordinary time.

2022 Annual Meeting in New Orleans

Our 2022 Annual Meeting will be held in person in New Orleans January 6-8, 2022.

Catholic Historical Review

The CHR is the official organ of the ACHA. Members have unlimited access to the electronic version and its full archives.

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ACHA News & Announcements

Obituary

In Memoriam: Dr. Terence J. Fay, S.J.

The Jesuit priest and renowned scholar of Canadian Catholic history was a longtime ACHA member and leader of the Canadian Catholic Historical Association. He died Sept. 5 in Pickering, Ont. at age 89.

Catholic History Announcements

Book Talk: American Catholicism Transformed, From the Cold War Through the Council

Dr. Joseph Chinnici, OFM marks the release of his latest book at this Sept. 21 event streamed live over Zoom and in person at the University of San Diego.

News

ACHA Forms Partnership With H-Catholic

ACHA officially teams with the interdisciplinary forum for scholars, and seeks members to contribute their expertise on Catholic studies to the 200,000-member-strong community.

Calls for Submissions

Submission opportunities from around the field of Catholic Studies. Conferences, journals, awards, and more.

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Announcements in Catholic History

Book Talk: American Catholicism Transformed, From the Cold War Through the Council

Dr. Joseph Chinnici, OFM marks the release of his latest book at this Sept. 21 event streamed live over Zoom and in person at the University of San Diego.

The Archivist’s Nook: Christopher J. Kauffman – American Catholic Historian

From the CUA University Libraries blog: Tricia Pyne takes a look at the life and scholarship of Christopher J. Kauffman, a giant in the field of Catholic studies, whose career spanned generations. After his death in 2018, the ACHA established an award in his honor, which is currently in the process of being endowed.

Trailer: Revolution of The Heart: The Dorothy Day Story

A new film on Dorothy Day coming to Public Television in March 2020. This film will be featured on a panel at the November meeting of the American Academy of Religion.