MHA recap at Religion in American West blog

By July 10, 2012

I posted a very brief recap of MHA, focused primarily on David Marshall’s Tanner lecture, over at the Religion in the American West blog. Please feel free to go read it and leave some feedback (there and here). For those who were there, what were some highlights from the conference that I missed in my (very, very brief) recap’ What did you think about Marshall’s Tanner lecture? Agree? Disagree? with his overall thesis or finer points in his presentation? (Did I represent his argument okay?) Please, chime in!

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  1. Good stuff, Stan. It’s sort of shocking to me how independent the histories and historiographies of the U.S. and Canada are from one another.

    Comment by Christopher — July 10, 2012 @ 9:52 pm


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