Reason, Revival, and Revolution: Religion in America’s Founding, 1726-1792

Every fall, students from Assumption College participate in the interdisciplinary American Studies Seminar sponsored by the American Antiquarian Society, where a visiting professor explores a different topic each year. The topic for Fall 2012 is “Reason, Revival, and Revolution: Religion in America’s Founding, 1726-1792,” led by Dr. Stephen A. Marini, Elisabeth Luce Moore Professor of Christian Studies and Professor of American Religion and Ethics at Wellesley College. Four Assumption students have been selected to participate in this prestigious seminar. In addition to exploring the extent that religion played a role in the founding of the American republic, each student pursues an original, independent research project using the AAS’s extensive archival collections.

Printings

by ggugliotti on October 25, 2012

Sectarian Movements

by edespotopulos on October 23, 2012

Jonathan Edwards and Others

by Miranda Raine on October 3, 2012

The AAS Seminar in 2012

by kathryn.buckley on October 3, 2012