Colin Chapell teaches American history at the University of Memphis. His most recent article, “Sanctified Manhood: Theology and Identity in the Southern Holiness Movement,” was published in the Journal of the Historical Society. His current book project, Defining Faiths: White Protestants and Gender in the New South (forthcoming from the University of Alabama Press) explores how Protestant church officials in the American South used theology to define conceptions of gender between 1877 and 1915.
Colin Chapell on MRB
The Theology of Jim Crow. On Carolyn Renee Dupont’s Mississippi Praying: Southern White Evangelicals and the Civil Rights Movement, 1945-1975.