Southern Religion and the Atlantic World

JSR has spent the better part of the past two years thinking about how we can expand the journal's scope to include topics not typically associated with our content. Associate Editor, Emily Suzanne Clark, asked three scholars to contemplate what it means to think about southern religion in an Atlantic World context. Jon Sensbach agreed to respond to these three essays. We are hopeful that this forum starts a conversation about what we mean when we say southern and religion. We also hope to continue the conversation in a variety of ways in the future.