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.
Mickens is honored for her book project in progress, In the Shadow of Ebenezer: A Black Catholic Parish in the Age of Civil Rights and Vatican II, which examines how the Our Lady of Lourdes parish in Atlanta was influenced by the religious and social change ushered in by the Second Vatican Council and the civil rights movement.
The American Catholic Historical Association (ACHA), founded December 1919, is eager to support scholars, teachers, archivists, and students of Catholic history during these uncertain times. To that end, we have extended our deadlines for the Annual Meeting, research and travel grants, book prizes, and membership renewal until July 1, 2020. We are also exploring opportunities …