ACHA President Rick Gribble reflects on the Spring Meeting and looks ahead to the Association’s centennial celebration in January.
The ACHA will hold its 2019 Annual Meeting in Chicago. The call for papers closed on April 16, 2018.
President Rick Gribble pens the inaugural issue of the ACHA’s quarterly newsletter.
“Why learn history?,” Klejment writes in her U.S. Catholicism syllabus, “It is time travel, transporting us from ourselves and our limited perspectives and linking us to people and societies separated by time and space.”
Dr. Kauffman’s career in Catholic education spanned more than half a century. It saw him publish several significant histories, including the Bicentennial History of the Catholic Church in America and American Catholic Identities: A Documentary History. He died Jan. 30 at age 81.
Fogarty was recognized for his impressive research and catalogue of publications, which include several important books and more than 80 scholarly pieces.
The ACHRC was honored for its promotion of Catholic scholarship, conservation, and preservation.
An introduction and look at the year ahead from incoming ACHA President Rick Gribble, CSC.
The ACHA invites all scholars to submit paper and session proposals on any aspect of the history of Christianity and its interaction with culture. The submission deadline had been extended to Tuesday, February 20, 2018.
Murray, of Siena College, is honored for his article “The Most Righteous White Man in Selma:Father Maurice Ouellet and the Struggle for Voting Rights.”