H-Southern-Religion provides an online venue for interaction between scholars in a broad range of fields, from American religious history to southern religious history, and from African American studies to gender studies. In affiliation with the Association for the Study of Southern Religion, the network wishes to raise the awareness of past, present, and future discussions on the integral role of religion in southern culture. It also values the interdisciplinarity of the study of southern religion, and especially the potential for diverse interests and perspectives.

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