Sunday, March 22, 2015

Sunday Night Odd and Ends

A few things online that caught my attention this week:

Geoffrey Kabaservice reviews Randy Boyagoda, Richard John Neuhaus: A Life in the Public Square

Dressing up as Indians

St. Chesterson?

The origins of African-American politics

Robert Putnam and the American Dream

17th century New England "sermon culture"

Does the United States still have citizens?

Prayer and Nebraska football

University presidents tackle the crisis in the humanities

Abraham Lincoln's travel reimbursement

The other Selma marches

How the game Monopoly became what it is today

Mark Noll reviews two new books on American evangelicalism

Evangelical academic publishing

A Dr. Seuss museum is coming to Springfield, Massachusetts

Historians discuss The History Manifesto

A historical reflection on sin

The problem with single-perspective narratives in history classes