One of the project's main goals was to encourage scholars interested in
material aspects of American religious life, a subfield rich with potential. To broaden
this discussion, this site included an electronic journal,
featuring a selection of articles by scholars from across the field of American religious history.
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In an excerpt from the introduction to her Material
Christianity: Religion and Popular Culture in America, Colleen McDannell suggests how a focus on material
culture studies might challenge traditional ways of doing American religious history. (The
excerpt is 10 kb, and includes a 46 kb photograph.)
Mary Ann Clark looks closely at the material
culture of Santeria, focusing on a Seven African Powers candle, and offers a
warning to students of material religion. (The article is 22 kb, plus three images
totaling 66 kb)