Posted: Tuesday Feb 25, 2014
Feb. 25, 2014
Dr. Timothy Kelly, professor of history at Saint Vincent College, recently published four book reviews in national publications.
They include a review of Evil Men by James Dawes in National Catholic Reporter (January 3-16, 2014); Religion, Politics, and Polarization: How Religiopolitical conflict is Changing Congress and American Democracy by William V. D’Antonio, Steven A. Tuch, and Josiah R. Baker in National Catholic Reporter (December 6, 2013); Church and State in the City: Catholics and Politics in Twentieth Century San Francisco, by William Issel in the Journal of Church and State (forthcoming); and Back to the Land: Arthurdale, FDR’s New Deal, and the Costs of Planning, by C.J. Maloney in the Journal of Social History: Societies and Cultures (Summer 2013).
Kelly also made an academic presentation in response to Paula Kane’s Sister Thorn and Catholic Mysticism in Modern America (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2013) at the University of Pittsburgh’s Humanities Center Colloquium on February 6.
Kelly, a member of the Saint Vincent College faculty since 1995, earned a bachelor of arts degree from Rutgers University, a master of arts degree from the University of Texas at Austin and a Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University.
Photo: Dr. Timothy Kelly
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