Now, she’ll be blogging on religion and education and American Catholic history.
Learn a little more about her research here:
“Diana Walsh Pasulka is an associate professor of religious studies at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. Her work has focused on ideas and beliefs about the “afterlife” within American culture and in early American children’s literature. She is currently writing a book about the Catholic devotion and doctrine of purgatory.
In 2009 Diana won a federally funded grant called Teaching American History in North Carolina, and she is currently the coordinator of the program that brings together teachers from New Hanover, Brunswick and Pender counties with historians from across the nation to raise student content knowledge of traditional American history.”