Religion and the Culture of Print in Modern America
Religion and the Culture of Print in Modern America explores how a variety of print media—religious tracts, newsletters, cartoons, pamphlets, self-help books, mass-market paperbacks, and editions of the Bible from the King James Version to contemporary "Bible-zines"—have shaped and been shaped by experiences of faith since the Civil War. Edited by Charles L. Cohen and Paul S. Boyer, whose comprehensive historical essays provide a broad overview to the topic, this book is the first on the history of religious print culture in modern America and a well-timed entry into the increasingly prominent contemporary debate over the role of religion in American public life.
Copyright © 2008, University of Wisconsin Press
University of Wisconsin Press
Place of Publication
Trollinger, William Vance, "Reports from Fundamentalism’s Front Lines: ‘The Pilot’ and Its Correspondents, 1920-1947" (2008). History Faculty Publications. 2.