Timothy Matovina, University of Notre Dame, Indiana. "“Evangelization: The First Guadalupan Pastoral Manual (1649)”
Daniel Ramirez, University of Michigan. "Puritans, Padres, and Pentecostals: Perspectival Problems and Shifts in Americano Religious History"
Deborah Kanter, Albion College, Michigan. “Caminos a Chicago: Catholicism and Making Homes in 1920s Chicago”
Felipe Hinojosa, Texas A&M University, Texas.. "Apostles of Change: ... the Takeover of the McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago, 1969-1970"
Bob Wright, Oblate School of Theology, Texas. “Mexican Texans and the Catholic Church in Deep South Texas, 1875-1900"
Joao Chaves, candidato doctoral, Baylor University, Texas. “Brazilian Baptists in the Other America: Towards a History”
Sergio Gonzalez, candidato doctoral, University of Wisconsin-Madison. “Milwaukee’s Sanctuary Movement during the 1980s”
Paul Barton, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, Texas
Malachy McCarthy, Claretian Archives, Chicago.
Lynn Jencks, candidato doctoral.
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Migrating Faith: Pentecostalism in the United States and Mexico in the Twentieth Century