Volume 13 Published
The editors are pleased to announce the publication of Volume 13 (2011) of the Journal of Southern Religion. Volume 13 features an article on Southern Baptists and the modern technology of indoor baptisteries and a roundtable discussion of class as a category of analysis in the study of religion in the twentieth-century South. A panel reviews Daniel K. Williams’s God’s Own Party: The Making of the Christian Right, and Monica Najar reflects on her book Evangelizing the South: A Social History of Church and State. Finally, this issues includes twenty-six reviews of recent books in the field.