About the Journal
The Journal of Southern Religion is the first scholarly journal devoted to the study of religion in the American South. The journal is fully peer-reviewed, reflecting the best traditions of critical scholarship. It is an open-access publication, published free of cost in its entirety on the Internet. The JSR publishes articles and book reviews, as well as new media.
Current Issue: Volume 14
Volume 14 of the Journal of Southern Religion features a roundtable discussion of religion in the colonial South. Clive Webb reflects on his book Fight Against Fear: Southern Jews and Black Civil Rights. A panel reviews Edward J. Blum and Paul Harvey’s book The Color of Christ: The Son of God and the Saga of Race in America. Emily Suzanne Clark sheds light on a little-known organization devoted to the study of southern religion. And finally, the JSR includes thirty-two reviews of recent books in the field.
Episode 17: Interview with Joseph Williams
Episode 16: Interview with Randall Stephens
Episode 15: Reviewing Charles Reagan Wilson's Flashes of a Southern Spirit
Episode 14: Southern Evangelicals and the Culture of the New South
Episode 13: Interview with Maura Jane Farrelly