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History of Christianity Unit and Religion and Politics Unit

Call for Proposals

Religion and Historical Elections
As a co-sponsored session between Religion and Politics and the History of Christianity units, this panel seeks to foster an interdisciplinary discussion on the relationship between religion and historical elections. This session seeks papers that address how religion has influenced historical elections at the various levels of government. We are open to all periods of American history and encourage proposals historically rooted before the 21st century. We ask: what historical examples can we turn to better understand the relationship between religion and elections, and how can this help us understand the present moment?



Steering Committee Members



Review Process

Proposals are anonymous to chairs and steering committee members until after final acceptance/rejection