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Curriculum Vitae
Amanda Porterfield
March 04, 2016

General Information
University address: Religion
College of Arts & Sciences
Dodd Hall M005
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-1520

E-mail address: APorterf@fsu.edu



Professional Preparation
1975 Ph.D., Stanford University. Major: Religion.
1971 Master of Arts, Columbia University. Major: Religion.
1969 Bachelor of Arts, Mount Holyoke College. Major: Religion. magna cum laude.

Professional Experience
2005–present Professor of History, Florida State University.
2003–present Robert A. Spivey Professor, Religion, Florida State University.
1999–2003 Professor, Religious Studies Program, The University of Wyoming.
1999–2000 Acting Head, Religious Studies Program, The University of Wyoming.
1998–1999 Visiting Professor, Religious Studies Program, The University of Wyoming.
1995–1998 Adjunct Professor, American Studies Program, IUPUI.
1995–1998 Adjunct Professor, Philanthropic Studies, IUPUI.
1995–1998 Director, Women's Studies Program, Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis (IUPUI).
1994–1998 Professor of Religious Studies, Religious Studies, IUPUI.
1991–1994 Professor, Religion, Syracuse University.
1981–1990 Associate Professor, Religion, Syracuse University.
1980–1986 Director, American Studies Program, Syracuse University.
1975–1981 Assistant Professor, Religion, Syracuse University.

Visiting Professorship(s)
1998–1999 Religious Studies Program, The University of Wyoming.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Religion and American Culture American Studies Award, Belo Horizonte, Brazil (2005).

Presidential Scholar and Presidential Award, University of Wyoming (2003).

Exceptional Merit for Research, University of Wyoming (2001).

President, American Society of Church History (2001).

Outstanding Faculty Achievement Award, IUPUI Women's Studies Programs (1998).

Interdisciplinary Course Development Grant, IUPUI (1997).

Senior Researcher Grant, Center for the Study of Religion in American Culture (1996).

Women's Studies Research and Policy Teams, IU Center on Philanthropy Grant (1996).

Faculty Development Grant, IUPUI (1995).

Women's Studies Research and Policy Teams, IU Center on Philanthropy Grant (1995).

American Antiquarian Society (1992).

American Academy of Religion Research Travel Grant (1991).

Danforth Associate (1984).

Danforth Associate (1983).

Danforth Associate (1982).

Danforth Associate (1981).

Danforth Associate (1980).

Phi Beta Kappa (1969).

Sarah Williston Scholar, Mount Holyoke College (1966).

Current Membership in Professional Organizations
American Academy of Religion

American Antiquarian Society

American Historical Association

American Society of Church History

Organization of American Historians

Society for Historians of the Early Republic



Teaching
Courses Taught
Honors Work (REL4932)

Introduction to World Religions (REL1300)

Readings for Examination (RLG6904)

Religion and American Law (RLG6498)

American Protestant Thought in Historical Context (REL3541)

Puritanism& American Reception (RLG6498)

Psychology in American Religious History (REL3155)

Seminar: Religious Thought (RLG6498)

Rel/Politics Early US Republic (RLG6498)

Directed Individual Study (REL5906)

Readings for Examination (REL6904)

Seminar: Religious Movements and Institutions (REL6596)

Special Topics in Religion (REL5937)

Topics in Religion in the Americas (REL3128)

Seminar: Religious Thought (REL6498)

Directed Individual Study (REL4905)

Religion in the United States (REL2121)

Directed Individual Study (AMS5908)

Seminar in American Thought (AMS5815)

Seminar: Religion and Culture (REL5195)

Undergraduate Religion and Culture Seminar (REL4190)

New Course Development
Introduction to World Religions (2015)

Doctoral Committee Chair
Stoddard, B., graduate. (2015).

Dillard, D. C., graduate. (2015).

Gray, L. D., graduate. (2015).

Brock, L. E., graduate. (2013).

Burnidge, C. L., graduate. (2013).

Polk, A. R., graduate. (2013).

Reed, M. C., graduate. (2013).

Feddon, D. R., graduate. (2013).

Britt-Mills, R. A., graduate. (2012).

Sherrard, B. E., graduate. (2011).

Brenneman, T. M., graduate. (2009).

Williams, J. W., graduate. (2008).

Crow, J. L., doctoral candidate.

Graziano, M. A., doctoral candidate.

Mills, D. E., doctoral candidate.

Heise, T. R., doctoral candidate.

Hicks, J. E., doctoral student.

Roeber, D., doctoral student.



Doctoral Committee Member
Blythe, C. J., graduate. (2015).

Ware, A. M., graduate. (2014).

Olson, J. W., graduate. (2014).

Clark, E. S., graduate. (2014).

Hladky, K. M., graduate. (2011).

Price, B. E., graduate. (2011).

Gueno, M. P., graduate. (2010).

Flanagan, C. L., graduate. (2009).

Baker, K., graduate. (2008).

Williams, H., graduate. (2008).

Pasquier, M., graduate. (2007).

Brasich, A. S., doctoral candidate.

Fleer, J. D., doctoral candidate.

Horton, S. D., doctoral candidate.

Park, M., doctoral candidate.

McCrary, C. A., doctoral student.



Doctoral Committee University Representative
Ryor, J. C., graduate. (2015).

Shubitz, S. M., graduate. (2015).

Jumonville, K. M., graduate. (2015).

Kahre, S. E., graduate. (2015).

Banks, B. A., graduate. (2014).

Craig, W. S., graduate. (2014).

Amundson, A. C., graduate. (2014).

Pennell, R. H., graduate. (2010).

Stafford, R. H., graduate. (2010).

Altmaier, C. C., doctoral candidate.

Harrold, C. A., doctoral candidate.

Henderson, J., doctoral candidate.

Hensley, T. D., doctoral candidate.

Kokomoor, K. D., doctoral candidate.

Zwilling, A. T., doctoral candidate.

Master's Committee Chair
Johnson, Z. M., graduate. (2013).

Graziano, M. A., graduate. (2011).

Eller, M. K., graduate. (2009).

Burnidge, C. L., graduate. (2009).

Coston, M. D., student.

Sweatman, A. K., student.

Tarnowski, R., student.

Master's Committee Member
Wheatley, J. T., graduate. (2014).

Brasich, A. S., graduate. (2013).

Pittenger, F. H., graduate. (2010).

Ensminger, S. L., graduate. (2007).

Baker, K., graduate. (2003).

Pasquier, M., graduate. (2003).



Williams, H., graduate. (2003).

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Invited Journal Articles
Porterfield, A. (2015). Was America Founded as a Christian Nation? CNN Belief Blog, xxxx.
Porterfield, A. (2015). "Why Corporations Have Religious Freedom," 3:3. The Immanent Frame, xxx.
Porterfield, A. (2015). Pragmatism at the Turn of the Twentieth Century. Fides et Historia, 47:2, 87-92.
Porterfield, A. (2014). "Response to Forum on Amanda Porterfield's Conceived in Doubt," 46:2 (2014). Fides et Historia, 46:2, xxx-xxx.
Porterfield, A. (2014). "Bebbington's Approach to Evangelical Christianity: A Pioneering Effort in Lived Religion". Fides et Historia, xxx-xxx.
Porterfield, A. (2012). How to Avoid Moralism, Apologetics, and Intimidation: G. Scott Davis's Helpful Guide for Scholars of Religion. Soundings, 95:2, 134-140.
Porterfield, A. (2011). The Problem of 'Formation' for Historians Teaching Religion. Teaching Theology and Religion, 14:4, 371-376.
Porterfield, A. (2008). Religion's Impact on American Social Issues. Magazine of American History, 33-37.
Porterfield, A. (2005). Religion and Biography: Review Essay in Memory of Rowland A. Sherrill. Religion and American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation, 15:1, 245-253.
Porterfield, A. (2002). Does American Religion Have a Center? Church History, 71:2, 369-373.
Porterfield, A. (2002). Healing in the History of Christianity: Presidential Address, January 2002, American Society of Church History. Church History, 71:2, 227-242.
Porterfield, A. (1999). Recurring Tendencies in the History of American Christian Women. Sunstone, 1999, 24-33.
Porterfield, A. (1997). Nineteenth-Century American Protestant Missionaries and Their Impact on Women in Zulu Culture. Church History, 67-80.
Porterfield, A. (1994). Forum on Civil Religion. Religion and American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation, 4:1, 7-13.
Porterfield, A. (1987). The Mother's Role in Eighteenth-Century American Conceptions of God and Man. Journal of Psychohistory, 15:2, 189-205.
Porterfield, A. (1983). The Religious Roots of American Feminism. Conversations: A Journal of Women and Religion, 1:3, 20-36.
Porterfield, A. (1982). The Great Awakening. The Syracuse Scholar, 3:1, 4-15.

Refereed Journal Articles
Porterfield, A. (submitted). Healing in the History of Christianity: Relief from Fear, Meaningful Suffering, and Authoritative Persons. Faith and Healing: The Dynamics of Religious Coping. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Porterfield, A. (2014). "William James and the Modernist Esthetics of Religious Studies," Forum on American Christianity and the Modern: Ideas, Aesthetics,, and Space. Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture, 83:1, 154-162.
Porterfield, A. (2004). Shamanism and Religious Healing. Religious Studies News, 19:3, vii.
Porterfield, A. (1996). A Sister to Oneida: The Missionary Community at Mount Holyoke. Communal Societies: Journal of the Communal Studies Association, 1-13.
Porterfield, A. (1992). Witchcraft and the Colonization of Algonquian and Iroquois Cultures. Religion and American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation, 2:1, 103-124.
Porterfield, A. (1991). Women's Attraction to Puritanism. Church History, 196-209.
Porterfield, A. (1989). Beames of Wrathe and Brides of Christ: Anger and Female Piety in Puritan New England. Connecticut Review, XI:2, 1-12.
Porterfield, A. (1987). Feminist Theology as a Revitalization Movement. Sociological Analysis, 48:3, 234-244.
Porterfield, A. (1987). Shamanism: A Psychosocial Definition. Journal of the American Academy of Religion, LV:4, 301-319.
Porterfield, A. (1985). Algonquian Shamans and New England Puritans. Horizons: Journal of the College Theological Society, 12:2, 303-310.
Porterfield, A. (1984). Native American Shamans and the Mind-Cure Movement: A Comparative Study of Religious Healing. Horizons: Journal of the College Theological Society, 11:2, 276-89.
Porterfield, A. (1979). The Revelation of American Liberty: A Revolution of Cultural Symbols. Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal, LXII:1, 90-106.

Invited Books
Porterfield, A. (2006). The Protestant Experience in America. Greenwood PUblishing Group.
Porterfield, A. (1998). The Power of Religion: A Comparative Introduction. New York: Oxford University Press.

Refereed Books
Porterfield, A. (contract). Bodies of Christ, Bodies of Commerce: Religious Background of Incorporation in US History. Manuscript under contract for publication, Oxford University Press.
Porterfield, A. (2012). Conceived in Doubt: Religion and Politics in the Early American Nation. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Porterfield, A. (2005). Healing in the History of Christianity. New York: Oxford University Press.
Porterfield, A. Co-Author, Cherry, Conrad Co-Author, & DeBerg, Betty Co-Author. (2003). Religion in American Higher Education: An Ethnographic Study of Practice and Teaching (paperback). Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.
Porterfield, A. (2001). The Transformation of American Religion: The Story of a Late-Twentieth Century Awakening. New York: Oxford University Press.
Porterfield, A. (1997). Mary Lyon and the Mount Holyoke Missionaries. New York: Oxford University Press.
Porterfield, A. (1992). Female Piety in New England: The Emergence of Religious Humanism. New York: Oxford University Press.
Porterfield, A. (1980). Feminine Spirituality in America: From Sarah Edwards to Martha Graham. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Edited Books
Porterfield, A., Corrigan, J., & Grem, D. (Eds.). (contract). The Business Turn in American Religious History. Manuscript under contract for publication, Oxford University Press.
Porterfield, A., & Corrigan, J. (Eds.). (2010). Religion in American History. Wiley-Blackwell.
Porterfield, A. (Ed.). (2007). The People's History of Christianity (Vol. 6 of 7): Modern Christianity to 1900. Augsburg Fortress Publishers.
Porterfield, A. (Ed.). (2002). American Religious History. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.

Invited Monographs
Porterfield, A. (2006). The Protestant Experience in America. Greenwood Publishing Group.

Invited Book Chapters
Porterfield, A., & Paretsky, S. (in press). Afterword. In Words, Works, and Ways of Knowing. University of Chicago Press.
Porterfield, A. (in press). North America. In Lamin Sanneh (Ed.), Blackwell Companion to World Christianity. Oxford, UK: Basil Blackwell.
Porterfield, A. (in press). Religion's Role in Contestations over American Civility. In Civility and Democracy in America. Pullman: University of Washington Press.
Porterfield, A. (2015). Afterword. In Matthew Sutton, & Darren Dochuk (Eds.), Religion and Politics in Twenty-first Century America (pp. xxx). Oxford University Press.
Porterfield, A. (2012). A History of Ambivalence: How Religion and U.S. Law Have Developed Together. In Austin Sarat (Ed.), Matters of Faith: Religion and American Law. Cambridge University Press.
Porterfield, A. (2012). Pluralism in Religious Studies. In R. Numbers, & C. Cohen (Eds.), Pluralism in American Religion (pp. 21-42). Oxford University Press.
Porterfield, A. (2008). Conflicting Destinies: Religion, Sex, and Violence in the Louisiana Purchase. In R. J. Callahan (Ed.), New Territories,New Perspectives: The Religious Impact of the Louisiana Purchase (pp. 39-55). Columbia: University of Missouri Press.
Porterfield, A. (2008). Religious Pluralism, Religious Studies, and "Post-Secular Culture". In D. Jacobsen, & R. H. Jacobsen (Eds.), Post-Secular College: A New Place for Religion in the University (pp. 187-202). New York: Oxford University Press.
Porterfield, A. (2007). Politicized Religion in France and the United States: Different Histories, Common Ideals, Similar Dilemmas. In A. G. Hargreaves, J. Kelsay, & S. B. Twiss (Eds.), Religion and Politics in France and the United States (pp. 171-182). New York: Rowman and Little.
Porterfield, A. (2006). Shamanism: Point of Departure. In Barnes, L. L., & Talamantez, I. M. (Eds.), Teaching Religion and Healing (pp. 159-170). New York: Oxford University Press.
Porterfield, A. (2003). Preface. In G. Laderman, & L. D. Leon (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Religion and American Cultures, 3 Vols. New York: ABC-CLIO.
Porterfield, A. (2003). Protestant Missionaries: Pioneers of American Philanthropy. In L. J. Friedman, & M. D. McGarvie (Eds.), Philanthropy in American Culture (pp. 49-69). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Porterfield, A. (2003). Runaway Brides: American Popular Religion in Light of The Religious Affections and The Nature of True Virtue. In D. W. Kling, & D. A. Sweeney (Eds.), Jonathan Edwards at Home and Abroad (pp. 154-174). Columbia: University of South Carolina Press.
Porterfield, A. (2001). Navajo Sandpainting. In C. McDannell (Ed.), Religions of the United States in Practice Vol. II. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Porterfield, A. (2000). Black Elk's Significance in American Culture. In C. Holler (Ed.), The Black Elk Reader (pp. 39-58). Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.
Porterfield, A. (1999). The Puritan Legacy in American Religion and Culture. In P. W. Williams (Ed.), Perspectives on American Religion and Culture (pp. 80-91). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing Company.
Porterfield, A. (1999). William Anthony Clebsch. In American National Biography (pp. V:46-47). New York: Oxford University Press.
Porterfield, A. (1998). Mount Holyoke Missionaries and Non-Western Women: The Motivations and Consequences of Nineteenth-Century American Missionary Philanthropy. In Warren F. Ilchman, Stanley N. Katz, & Edward L. Queen II (Eds.), Philanthropy in the World Traditions (pp. 215-235). Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Porterfield, A. (1997). Witchcraft Trials. In G. H. Shriver (Ed.), Dictionary of Heresy Trials in American Christianity (pp. 466-473). Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group.
Porterfield, A. (1990). Native American Spirituality as a Countercultural Movement. In C. Vecsey (Ed.), Religion in Native North America (pp. 152-164). University of Idaho Press.
Porterfield, A. (1990). Tecumseh, Tenskwatawa, and the Relationship between Religion and Politics. In R.A. Sherrill (Ed.), Religion and the Life of the Nation: American Recoveries. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
Porterfield, A. (1988). Mount Holyoke Missionaries and Non-Western Women: The Motivations and Consequences of Nineteenth-Century American Missionary Philanthorpy. In W. F. Ilchman, S. N. Katz, & E. L. Queen II (Eds.), Philanthropy in the World Traditions (pp. 215-235). Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Porterfield, A. (1988). Rufus Jones: The Double Search. In F.N. Magill, & I.P. McGreal (Eds.), Christian Spirituality: The Essential Guide to the Most Influential Spiritual Writings of the Christian Tradition (pp. 459-465). New York: Harper & Row.

Invited Encyclopedia Entries
Porterfield, A. (2005). "Native American Spirituality" and "Cowboy Religion". In B. Taylor (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature. London: Continuum International Publishing.
Porterfield, A. (2003). Mary Baker Eddy. In H. Hillerbrand (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Protestantism Vol. 4 (p. 39-640). New York: Routledge.
Porterfield, A. (2002). Mary Lyon. In R. T. Grimm, Jr. (Ed.), Notable American Philanthropists: Biographies of Giving and Volunteering (p. 197-200). Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Porterfield, A. (2001). Religious Writings and Sermons. In M. Orvell (Ed.), Encyclopedia of American Studies. New York: Grolier Press.
Porterfield, A. (2001). Schoolmarms. In B. Feintuch, & D. Watters (Eds.), Encyclopedia of New England Culture. New Haven: Yale University Press.
Porterfield, A. (2000). "Myth" and "Ritual". In W.C. Roof (Ed.), Contemporary American Religion (p. 471-474 & 615-617). New York: Macmillan Reference.
Porterfield, A. (1997). Articles on "Communalism", "Vine Deloria, Jr.," "Mary Baker Eddy," and "Phineas P. Quimby". In G.H. Shriver, & B.J. Leonard (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Religious Controversies in the United States (p. 109-110, 136-137). Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group.
Porterfield, A. (1995). Piety. In R.W. Fox, & J.T. Kloppenberg (Eds.), Companion to American Thought. London: Blackwell Publishing Company.
Porterfield, A. (1985). Sarah Wentworth Morton. In E. Elliott (Ed.), Dictionary of Literary Biography 37, American Writers of the Early Republic (p. 237-240). Detroit: Brucolli-Clark.
Porterfield, A. (1984). Alexander Garden. In E. Elliott (Ed.), Dictionary of Literary Biography 31 American Colonial Writers, 1735-1781 (p. 88-90). Detroit: Brucolli-Clark.
Porterfield, A. (1977). Articles on "Mary Baker Eddy" and "Margaret Fuller". In J.O. Duke, & M. G. Toulouse (Eds.), Makers of Christian Theology in America (p. 200-203 & 301-307). Nashville: Abingdon Press.

Nonrefereed Proceedings
Porterfield, A. (2009). Where Do We Go From Here? In Goff, P. (Ed.), First Biennial Conference on Religion and American Culture. Indianapolis: Center for the Study of Religion and Culture. Retrieved from http://www.iupui.edu/~raac/

Edited Original Works
Edited Magazines
Porterfield, A. (Ed.). (2015). Special Issue on Religion and Politics in the Early American Republic [History]. Common-place, 15:3.

Additional Research or Original Creative Work Not Reported Elsewhere
Porterfield, A. (Undated). 70 book reviews published in American Historical Review, American Review of Canadian Studies; Annals of Wyoming; Catholic Historical Review; Choice; Church History; Geschicte Transnational; History Teacher; Horizons; International Journal of Comparative Religion; Journal of the American Academy of Religion; Journal of American History; Journal of Church and State; Journal of Presbyterian History; Journal of Religion; Journal of Ritual Studies; Journal of Southern Religion; Journal of Religion; R.

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
President, Phi Beta Kappa (2006–2007).
Vice President, Phi Beta Kappa (2005–2006).

FSU College Service
Member, Committee of Inquiry for College of Human Sciences (2007).
Member, Committee of Inquiry for Arts & Sciences (2006).
Member, Philosophy Department Chair Search Committee (2006).

FSU Department Service
Member, Personnel Committee (2004–present).
Director, Graduate Studies Committee (2005–2008).
Member, Executive Committee (2003–2004).

The Profession
Editor for Refereed Journals
Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture (2003–present).
co-editor, Religion and American Culture (1994–1998).

Editor for Nonrefereed Journals
special issue on Religion and Politics in the Early Republic, Common-place (2014–2015).

Service to Professional Associations
*, American Society of Church History (1996–present).
*, American Academy of Religion (1975–1997).

Service to Other Universities
Member, Judicial Committee, College of Arts & Sciences, University of Wyoming (1999–2003).
Graduate Faculty, University of Wyoming (1999–2003).
Council Member, University of Wyoming, American Studies Programs (1998–2003).
Women's Studies Program Faculty, Univerity of Wyoming (1998–2001).
Acting Head, Religious Studies Program, University of Wyoming (1999–2000).
Library Resource Committee, University of Wyoming (1999).
Member, Philanthropic Studies Research Committee, Indiana University Center on Philanthropy (1997–1998).
Member, Graduate Affairs Committee, IUPUI (1997–1998).
Elected Member-at-Large, Faculty Council, IUPUI (1997–1998).
Member, Graduate Council, Indiana University (1996–1998).
Director, Women's Studies Program, IUPUI (1995–1998).
Member, Committee on Graduate Initiatives, Indiana University (1996–1997).
Chair, Research and Policy Team on Women and Health, IUPUI (1995–1997).
Chair, Research and Policy Team on Women and Difference, IUPUI (1995–1996).
Chair, Women Creating Community Project, IUPUI (1995).
Member, Women's Studies Program Outreach Program, IUPUI (1994–1995).
Faculty Council Chair, College of Arts and Sciences, Syracuse University (1993–1994).
Member, Dean of Arts and Sciences Search Committee, Syracuse University (1993–1994).
Member, Faculty Council, College of Arts and Sciences, Syracuse University (1992–1994).
Member, Syracuse University Press Board of Trustees, Syracuse University (1992–1994).
Member, Faculty Oversight Committee for University Athletics, Syracuse University (1992–1994).
University Senator, Syracuse University (1992–1994).
Senate Committee on Athletic Policy, Syracuse University (1992–1994).
Editorial Committee Chair, Syracuse University Press Editorial Committee (1992–1994).
Member, Syracuse University Press Editorial Committee, Syracuse University (1989–1994).
Coordinator, American Culture Cluster, Liberal Arts Core, College of Arts & Sciences, Syracuse University (1982–1994).
Chair, Search Committee, B.G. Rudolph Chair in Judaic Studies, Syracuse University (1992–1993).
Member, Search Committee for Associate University Librarian for Collection Development, Syracuse University (1989–1990).
University Senator, Syracuse University (1984–1986).
Member, Women's Studies Steering Committee, Syracuse University (1980–1986).
Director, American Studies Program, Syracuse University (1980–1986).
Member, Search Committee for University Librarian, Syracuse University (1984–1985).
Member, Senate Committee on Academic Freedom and Ethics, Syracuse University (1984–1985).
Member, Syracuse University Press Editorial Committee, Syracuse University (1980–1984).
Member, Tenure and Promotions Committee, College of Arts & Sciences, Syracuse University (1982–1983).
Member, University Honors Council, Syracuse University (1980–1982).
Member, Tenure and Promotions Committee, College of Arts & Sciences, Syracuse University (1976–1977).

The Community
President, Board of Directors, Nonprofit corporation, Pas de Vie Ballet Company (2014–present).

Additional Service Not Reported Elsewhere
Porterfield, A. (2012). U.S. Delegate. Oxford University Press Books Published on Western Religions.


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