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I am a historian of religion in North America, focusing on the eighteenth and nineteenth century United States.
My dissertation project is a history of the way the idea of the Kingdom of God emerged as a central theme of American religious imagination between 1830 and 1877.
I have published a variety of chapters, articles, and reviews, most recently "Secularism, Synthesis, and Antebellum Evangelical Self-Understanding" in a Church History forum, and "'Modern Christianity Is Ancient Judaism': Rabbi Gustav Gottheil and the Jewish-American Religious Future, 1873-1903" in Religion and American Culture.
I have taught and lectured in a variety of settings, including at Princeton University, Fordham University, Barnard College, and Yale Divinity School.