associate professor of religious studies and Aaron Aronov chair of Judaic Studies 205/348-0473 firstname.lastname@example.org Jacobs’ primary research foci are in Biblical Studies, translation and interpretation, including the Dead Sea Scrolls, as well as Holocaust and Genocide Studies.
professor and chair of anthropology 205/348-1953 (o), 205/553-6025 (h) email@example.com
Professor and Charles G. Summersell Chair in Southern History firstname.lastname@example.org 205/348-1808 (o) Dr. Rable is author of ”Civil Wars: Women and the Crisis of Southern Nationalism,” ”The Confederate Republic: A Revolution against Politics,” and ”Fredericksburg! Fredericksburg!,” which won the Lincoln Prize. His most recent work is ”God’s Almost Chosen Peoples: A Religious History of the American Civil War.”
professor and chair of the religious studies department email@example.com 205/348-7534 (o) Dr. Trost’s work in American religious history has focused on the ecumenical movement and the survival struggles of “mainstream” Protestant churches. His article, “Identity and Identification: The United Church of Christ’s ‘God is Still Speaking’ Television Ad Campaign,” Prism 21/2 (2008), investigates a series of [...]