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Morgan, Ronald J.

Ronald J. Morgan (Ph.D. Latin American History, UC-Santa Barbara) is Professor of History at Abilene Christian University and former director of ACU’s undergraduate study program in Oxford, England. His publications, which focus primarily on Roman Catholicism in Early Modern Spanish America, include a monograph entitled Spanish American Saints and the Rhetoric of Identity, 1600-1810 (University of Arizona Press, 2002) and various articles on the Jesuit spirituality and global imaginary. In tandem with scholars from several public universities in Mexico, he co-organized a conference in Mexico City with the theme “Protestantism, Identity, and History in Latin America” (2011). More recently, Morgan published Brazilian Evangelicalism in the Twenty-First Century: An Inside and Outside Look (Co-edited with Eric Miller, Palgrave MacMillan, 2019), as well as a critical Introduction and Afterword for David Bebbington, ed., The Gospel in Latin America: Historical Studies in Evangelicalism. Baylor University Press (forthcoming in 2022).

More information about Ronald J. Morgan can be found on his homepage, as well as a list of his publications.

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