Started a few years ago by a group of like-minded academics from across the United States, The American Religious Experience project brings together a host of materials and resources for students and teachers working in the field of religious studies. Headed by Briane K. Turley of West Virginia University, the site contains a number of topical syllabi offered by various contributors from different colleges and universities dealing with a host of religious topics, including “Religion in New York (After 9/11)”. Not surprisingly, there are a number of interesting essays available here such as those dealing with the historiography of American Pentecostalism and the problems associated with religious pluralism in the early years of American nationhood. One of the primary highlights of the site is the online archive of the Journal of Southern Religion, which visitors can browse all the way back to the first issue in 1998.


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