by David Austin Walsh
The answer, according to Google Scholar, may surprise you.
SOURCE: Indiana State University
Anne Foster and Nick Cullather begin at the journal in fall 2014.
SOURCE: Seaton Hall News
Thomas Rzeznik, Associate Professor of History, has been appointed co-editor of "American Catholic Studies". Originally known as the "Records of the American Catholic Historical Society," the journal has the distinction of being the "oldest, continuously-published Catholic scholarly journal in the United States." It features articles that explore Catholicism in its American context, including work drawn from history, theology, art, literature, sociology, political science, and related disciplines. Like Seton Hall's own Catholic Studies program, the journal reflects the interdisciplinary nature of the field....
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