Contributions: Patrick Allitt
Patrick Allitt is the Cahoon Family Professor of American History at Emory University. He is the author of seven books, including Catholic Converts: British and American Intellectuals Turn to Rome and Catholic Intellectuals and Conservative Politics in America.
Contributions: Jeffrey M. Burns
Jeffrey M. Burns is Director of the Francis G. Harpst Center for Catholic Thought and Culture at the University of San Diego and Director of the Academy of American Franciscan History. He is the author of Disturbing the Peace: A History of the Christian Family Movement, 1949–1974 and, with Joseph White and Ellen Skerrett, Keeping Faith: European and Asian Catholic Immigrants.
Contributions: Una Cadegan
Una Cadegan is Professor of History at the University of Dayton. She is the author of All Good Books Are Catholic Books: Print Culture, Censorship, and Modernity in Twentieth-Century America and co-editor with James L. Heft, S.M., of “In the Lógos of Love”: Promise and Predicament in Catholic Intellectual Life.
Contributions: Robert Carbonneau
Robert Carbonneau, C.P., is a priest and historian for the Passionist Congregation (eastern U.S.) and Affiliated Research Fellow at the Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Culture, University of San Francisco. Research, study, and publications have concentrated on the Passionist history in twentieth-century Hunan, China, the United States, and throughout the world. From 2014 to 2017 he served as Executive Director of the U.S. Catholic China Bureau, Berkeley, California.
Contributions: Karen Davalos
Karen Mary Davalos is a Professor in the Chicano and Latino Studies Department at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, where she launched the major initiative “Mexican American Art since 1848.” Her research and teaching interests include Chicana feminist thought and praxis, spirituality, visual and cultural studies, and the archive.
Contributions: Roy Domenico
Roy Domenico is a Professor of History at the University of Scranton. He has published on Italian Catholic politics in the postwar era as well as on U.S.-Vatican relations. He is currently the Executive Secretary of the Society for Italian Historical Studies.
Edited: James T. Fisher
James T. Fisher was Professor of Theology and American Studies at Fordham University. His most recent books are Communion of Immigrants: A History of Catholics in America and On the Irish Waterfront: The Crusader, the Movie, and the Soul of the Port of New York.
Contributions: Chester Gillis
Chester Gillis is Professor of Theology at Georgetown University. His book Roman Catholicism in America was selected as the book of the month by the Catholic Book Club.
Contributions: Jeffrey Marlett
Jeffrey Marlett teaches religious studies and serves as interim dean of Arts and Humanities at the College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York. He is the author of Saving the Heartland: Catholic Missionaries in Rural America.
Contributions: Timothy Matovina
Timothy Matovina is Professor and Chair of the Theology Department at the University of Notre Dame. His most recent book is Latino Catholicism: Transformation in America’s Largest Church. His book Theologies of Guadalupe: From the Era of Conquest to Pope Francis is forthcoming.
Contributions: James McCartin
James P. McCartin is Associate Professor of the History of Christianity in the Department of Theology at Fordham University. He is the author of Prayers of the Faithful: The Shifting Spiritual Life of American Catholics and is currently at work on a book project on U.S. Catholicism and sex in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Edited: Margaret M. McGuinness
Margaret M. McGuinness is Professor of Religion at La Salle University. Her most recent books are Neighbors and Missionaries: A History of the Sisters of Our Lady of Christian Doctrine (Fordham) and Called to Serve: A History of Nuns in America (winner of 2014 Catholic Book Award in History, Catholic Press Association).
Contributions: Cecilia Moore
Cecilia A. Moore is Associate Professor in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Dayton. She is also an adjunct professor for Xavier University of Louisiana’s Institute for Black Catholic Studies. Her work focuses on African American Catholic history.
Contributions: Christopher S. Shannon
Christopher Shannon is Associate Professor and Chair of the History Department at Christendom College. He is the author of several works, most recently The Past as Pilgrimage: Narrative, Tradition and the Renewal of Catholic History (co-authored with Christopher Blum).
Contributions: Anthony Smith
Anthony Burke Smith is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Dayton. He is the author of The Look of Catholics: Portrayals in Popular Culture from the Great Depression to the Cold War.