Lilian Calles Barger is an intellectual and cultural historian working on modernity, religion and politics, and feminism in the Americas. Currently living in Taos, NM she is a native of Buenos Aires, Argentina and has a background in both business and non-profit organizations. Prior to her scholarly work she published two trade books on women and religion and has extensive experience engaging diverse audience and addressing the media. She was a recipent of the American Association of University Women dissertation award.
Current research areas:
Intellectual and cultural history in radical religion, politics, feminism in the Americas.
Recent scholarly activity:
My book "The World Come of Age: An Intellectual History of Liberation Theology" a long-history of the rise of liberation theologies - Black, Latin American, feminist in the late 1960s and an essay on radical religious feminists of the 1970s for an anthology is forthcoming in 2018 by Oxford University Press . I also serve as a podcast co-host for New Books Network interviewing scholars writing in American Studies and Gender Studies. I occassionally contribute to professional blogs including Society for U.S. Intellectual History.
The New Rambler Review http://newramblerreview.com/book-reviews/economics/follow-the-money
Religion in American History Blog http://usreligion.blogspot.com/2017/01/reconstructing-peace-movement.html
A long history of the development of feminist thought and the "gender revolution"
Frequent podcast host for New Books Network. Current serving on the 2018 conference committee for Society of U.S. Intellectual History.
Steering committee of Gender in American Thought project