Stout, Harry S.
STOUT, Harry S.
STOUT, Harry S. American, b. 1947. Genres: Theology/Religion, History. Career: University of Connecticut, assistant professor, 1974-78, associate professor, 1979-85; Yale University, New Haven, CT, professor, 1986-90, John B. Madden Master, 1990, Jonathan Edwards Professor of American Christianity, 1991-, Pew Program in Religion in American History, associate director, 1993-97; writer. Member of editorial boards. Publications: The New England Soul: Preaching and Religious Culture in Colonial New England, 1986; (with D.H. DeFord) An Enemy Among Them (novel), 1987; The Divine Dramatist: George Whitefield and the Rise of Modern Evangelicalism, 1991; (with C. Brekus) A New England Congregation: First Church, New Haven, 1638-1988, 1994. EDITOR: (with N.O. Hatch) Jonathan Edwards and the American Experience, 1988; (with others) Dictionary of Christianity in America, 1990; (with B. Oberg) Benjamin Franklin, Jonathan Edwards, and the Representation of American Culture, 1993; (with J.E. Smith and K.P. Minkema) A Jonathan Edwards Reader, 1995; (with D.G. Hart) New Directions in American Religious History, 1997; (with J. Butler) Religion in American History: A Reader, 1998; (with R.M. Miller and C.R. Wilson) Religion and the American Civil War, 1998; (with J. Butler) A. Braude, Women and American Religion, 1999; (with J. Butler) M.A. Noll, Protestants in America, 2000. Contributor to anthologies and periodicals. Address: Yale University, Department of Religious Studies, PO Box 208287, New Haven, CT 06520, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]