|Kevin M. Schultz
Assistant Professor of History and Catholic Studies
Department of History (M/C 198)
913 University Hall
of Illinois at Chicago
601 South Morgan Street
Chicago, IL 60607
- Ph.D. UC Berkeley, 2005
- B.A. Vanderbilt University, 1997
Peer-Reviewed Articles and Chapters:
- Tri-Faith America: How Postwar Catholics and Jews Helped America Realize Its Protestant Promise (New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming).
- HIST: A U.S. History Primer (Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, Cengage Learning, 2010).
Selected Essays and Book Reviews
- "Everywhere and Nowhere: Religion in the Historiography of the Modern America," The Journal of the American Academy of Religion (June 2009, forthcoming).
- "Godlessness and the Scopes Trial," in Charles T. Mathewes and Christopher McKnight Nichols, eds., Prophesies of
Godlessness: Predictions of America's Imminent Secularization from the Puritans to the Present Day (New York: Oxford University Press, 2008), 137-53.
- "The FEPC and the Legacy of the Labor-Based Civil Rights Movement of the 1940s," Labor History (February 2008), 71-92.
- "'Favoritism Cannot be Tolerated': Challenging de facto Protestantism in America's Public Schools and Advocating a Neutral State" American Quarterly (September 2007), pp. 565-591.
- "Religion as Identity in Postwar America: The Story of the Last Serious Attempt to Put a Question on Religion in the U.S. Census," Journal of American History (September 2006), pp. 359-84 (highlighted as a "notable article" in The Wilson Quarterly [Winter 2007], pp. 82-83).
- "Citizens, Subjects, and In Between: What Does Citizenship Mean in the USA?," The Hedgehog Review: Critical Reflections on Contemporary Culture (Fall 2008).
- "A Liberal Response to the Problem of Pluralism," a review of Lucas Swaine, The Liberal Conscience: Politics and Principle in a World of Religious Pluralism, H-Ideas, the H-Net list-serve for Intellectual History (February 2007)
- "Secularism: A Bibliographic Essay," The Hedgehog Review: Critical Reflections on Contemporary Culture (Spring and Summer 2006), pp. 170-77.
- "Protestant-Catholic-Jew, Then and Now," First Things: The Journal of Religion and Public Life (January 2006), pp. 23-27.
- "Democracy, Catholic-style," a review of Jay P. Corrin, Catholic Intellectuals and the Challenge of Democracy, H-Catholic, the H-Net list-serve for the history of Catholicism (February 2004).
Honors, Awards, Fellowships and Scholarships:
- Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Virginia’s Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture: 2005-07
- Selected to be the Graduate Speaker at 2005 History Department Convocation
- Dean’s Normative Time Fellowship: 2004–05
- Jacob K. Javits Fellowship: 2000–04
- Jacob K. Javits Travel Award: 2002, 2003, 2004
- Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor, UC Berkeley, 2001-2002
- Margaret E. Byrne Fellowship: 1999–2000
- Vanderbilt University Provost’s Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Research: 1997
- Vanderbilt University Student Research Fellow: 1996
- Tennessee Higher Education Commission’s Community Service Award: 1996
Department of History