On Wednesday morning I am taking the long drive to the northern suburbs of Boston to attend the biennial meeting of the Conference on Faith and History hosted by Gordon College. Fortunately, I will have a couple of students to keep me company. They will be presenting papers at the undergraduate conference on Thursday.
I am looking forward to some excellent sessions. Carlos Eire of Yale, David Hempton of Harvard Divinity School, and Mark Noll of Notre Dame will be keynoting.
At the undergraduate conference I will be chairing a session on the American Revolution and be sitting on a luncheon panel on popular history. Then at the professional conference I will be chairing a session on religion and the American Revolution.