The new interim issue of Common-place offers reviews of a range of books on religion in early America, including Nicholas Miller’s The Religious Roots of the First Amendment, Linford Fisher’s The Indian Great Awakening, Lisa Shaver’s Beyond the Pulpit, and Eran Shalev’s American Zion. The issue also features Anthony di Lorenzo’s review of two books on early American irreligion—Eric Schlereth’s An Age of Infidels and Amanda Porterfield’s Conceived in Doubt. For all this—plus poetry from Honoree Fanonne Jeffers, Thomas Hallock, and Joseph Mills that grew out of a Common-place sponsored session at the most recent Society for Early Americanists conference—visit http://www.common-place.org.
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