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Priest, Politician, Collaborator
Jozef Tiso and the Making of Fascist Slovakia
James Mace Ward
As portrayed in this masterful biography, Jozef Tiso's life not only illuminates the modern history of Slovakia but also supplies a missing piece of the larger puzzle that was interwar and wartime Europe.



Paganism in the Middle Ages
Threat and Fascination



Catholics in the American Century
Recasting Narratives of U.S. History
Refocusing the narrative of 20th-century America on the Catholic presence in the United States.



Christians and Their Many Identities in Late Antiquity, North Africa, 200-450 CE
Éric Rebillard
Rebillard explores how Christians in North Africa between the age of Tertullian and the age of Augustine were selective in identifying as Christian, giving salience to their religious identity only...



Gender and Christianity in Modern Europe
Beyond the Feminization Thesis



Religious Rhetoric and American Politics
The Endurance of Civil Religion in Electoral Campaigns
Christopher B. Chapp
Christopher B. Chapp examines the role of religious political rhetoric in American elections by analyzing both how political elites use religious language, and how voters respond to different expressions of religion in the public sphere.



Loci Sacri
Understanding Sacred Places
Sacred places are not static entities but reveal a historical dynamic. This volume explores both the cultural developments that have shaped them and their varied multidimensional levels of significance.



The Poor and the Perfect
The Rise of Learning in the Franciscan Order, 1209–1310
Neslihan Şenocak
In The Poor and the Perfect, Neslihan Senocak provides a grand narrative of how the quintessential Franciscan virtue of simplicity gradually lost its place to learning, while studying came to be considered an integral part of evangelical...



A Threat to Public Piety
Christians, Platonists, and the Great Persecution
Elizabeth DePalma Digeser
In A Threat to Public Piety, Elizabeth DePalma Digeser reexamines the origins of the Great Persecution (AD 303–313), the last eruption of pagan violence against Christians before Constantine enforced the toleration of Christianity within the Empire.



With God on Our Side
The Struggle for Workers' Rights in a Catholic Hospital
Adam D. Reich
In With God on Our Side, Adam D. Reich tells the story of a five-year campaign to unionize Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, a Catholic hospital in California.



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