Writing

Published Writing

Showering in Eden,” at Killing the Buddha, May 21, 2015

Alt-Ac or Bust!” at Chronicle Vitae, February 25, 2015

The ‘Nones’ are Here… And Have Been for Over 100 Years,” Religion Dispatches, January 13, 2015.

UU scholars exchange ideas at San Diego gathering,” UU World, Spring 2015.

Works In Progress

Citizens of the World’s Temples: Eclectic Practices and Liberal Religion. (Working title).

Editorial Contributor to A New Collection of Unitarian Universalist Primary Sources, edited by Dan McKanan; under contract with Skinner House Books.

“Jenkin Lloyd Jones and All Souls Church,” for the Newberry Library’s forthcoming digital exhibit “Faith in the City: Chicago’s Religious Diversity, 1893.” Anticipated release Winter 2015/16.

Academic Journal Articles

“Comparative Religions and the Practice of Eclecticism: Intersections in Nineteenth-Century Liberal Religious Congregations.” The Journal of Religion, Fall 2013.

“Feminist Forerunners and a Usable Past: A Historiography of Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s The Woman’s Bible.Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, Vol. 25, no. 2, Fall 2009.

Book Chapters

“‘Citizens of All the World’s Temples’: Cosmopolitan Religion at Bell Street Chapel,” in American Religious Liberalism, edited by Leigh E. Schmidt and Sally M. Promey. Indiana University Press, 2012.

“‘The Magnificent Liturgy of the Human Race’: Compiled Scriptures and Cosmopolitan Religion,” in Cosmopolitans at Home and Abroad: Cosmopolitanism in Nineteenth-century British and American Literature, edited by James Hewitson and Yvonne Elizabeth Pelletier (forthcoming).

Conference Proceedings

“‘Fellowship Will Be Our Symbol’: Practicing Religion in Felix Adler’s Society for Ethical Culture,” The Papers of the Nineteenth-Century Theology Group, Fall 2010, published by Wipf & Stock.

 Book Reviews

Coded Letters, Concealed Love: The Larger Lives of Harriet Freeman and Edward Everett Hale, by Sarah Day. Forthcoming in the Journal of Unitarian Universalist History.

Faith in the Great Physician: Suffering and Divine Healing in American Culture, 1860-1900, by Heather D. Curtis, in Practical Matters: A Transdisciplinary Multimedia Journal Of Religious Practices And Practical Theology, Issue I, Spring 2009.