Sehat wins Frederick Jackson Turner Award, and Other Congratulations! (RELIGION IN AMERICAN HISTORY)
An interesting history-related post from RELIGION IN AMERICAN HISTORY:
Remember a while back when I said that books that got early extended attention on this blog seem to be on the inside track to winning the biggest awards - including Darren Dochuk's Dunning Prize for From Bible Belt to Sunbelt, and Anne Hyde's Bancroft Prize for Empires, Nations, and Families? (Update: Dochuk's book has also just been awarded the Ellis Hawley Prize from the Organization of American Historians -- congrats again to Darren!).
Ok, yes, you do remember. Now add another one to your list. David Sehat, whose important book The Myth of American Religious Freedom...
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