Katie Oxx, Ph.D.
History of Christianity
- B.A., 1993, The College of New Jersey
- M.A., 2002, Claremont Graduate University
- Ph.D., 2006, Claremont Graduate University
Member of the American Academy of Religion, the American Society of Church History, the American Catholic Historical Association, the American Catholic Historical Society.
Religious Spatiality in the Colonial and Early National City.Monograph and NEH Institute Spatial Narrative digital humanities project. In progress, 2012-2013.
The Nativist Movement in American History: Religious Conflict in the 19th Century (New York: Routledge Press, 2012).
“Communism, the Bible, and American Christianity,” in Hans-Josef Klauck, Bernard McGinn, et. al. eds., The Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception Volume 5. Circus to Diaspora (Berlin: DeGruyter Press, 2012).
“Catholic Spatiality in Colonial and Early National Philadelphia,” American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, Panel: Finding a Place for Spatial Theory in American Catholic Studies (Roman Catholic Studies Group), November 2011.
"‘Sprung Forth As If By Magic’: Saint John the Evangelist Catholic Church as Model for a Spatial Analysis of Mid Nineteenth-Century Philadelphia,” American Catholic Studies, 119/4 (Winter 2009).
Catholic studies, American religious history, geography of religion, social-scientific study of religion.