The JuntoCast, Episode 4: Religion in Early America

The JuntoCastThe Junto is happy to present the fourth episode of “The JuntoCast.” In case you missed our first three episodes, “The JuntoCast” is a monthly podcast in which members of The Junto discuss issues of both academic and general interest related to early American history, pedagogy, and public history.

In this month’s episode, Ken Owen, Michael Hattem, and Roy Rogers discuss religion in early America, including its relationship to the American Revolution, historiographical developments, and, being the history nerds that they are, which 18th-century Protestant denomination’s theology best represents each panelist’s pedagogical style.

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2 comments on “The JuntoCast, Episode 4: Religion in Early America

  1. Mark B says:

    Listened to this early this AM. Just had to say nicely done. The pedagogy part had me in stitches.

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