ACCH Quarterly Vol. 15, No. 1, March 2010 Conference Report: “Understanding Religious Freedom in Germany, Poland and the United States,” German Studies Association Conference, Washington, DC, October 11, 2009. By Robert P. Ericksen, Pacific Lutheran University This session, organized by Professor…
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Volume 29, Numbers 1/2 (Summer 2023)
- Letter from the Editors (Summer 2023)
- The Rome Lectures: Father Marie-Benoît and the Path to Jewish-Christian Rapprochement
- Review of Kevin Madigan, The Popes Against the Protestants: The Vatican and Evangelical Christianity in Fascist Italy
- Review of Andrew Chandler, British Christians and the Third Reich: Church, State, and the Judgement of Nations
- Review of Hans-Otto Mühleisen and Dominik Burkard, Erzbischof Conrad Groeber reloaded: Warum es sich lohnt, genauer hinzusehen
- Review of Josef Meyer zu Schlochten and Johannes W. Vutz, eds., Lorenz Jaeger: Ein Erzbischof in der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus
- Review of Tilman Tarach, Teuflische Allmacht. Über die verleugneten christlichen Wurzeln des modernen Antisemitismus und Antizionismus
- Article Note: Harry Legg, “Non-Jewish ‘Full Jews’: The Everyday Life of a Forgotten Group Within Nazi Germany”
- Conference Report: Otto Dibelius. New Research on a Protestant Figure of the Century
- Research Report: KU Leuven Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies Research Group on the History of Contemporary Religious Identities and Ideas