Raymond J. Haberski, Jr., Ph.D.
Raymond Haberski, Jr. is a professor of history at Marian University and a visiting professor of American Studies at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). For the 2008-09 academic year he held the Fulbright Danish Distinguished Chair in American Studies at the Copenhagen Business School.
He is the author of four books, including God and War: American Civil Religion Since 1945 (Rutgers University Press, 2012). His current project is a book for the Academy of American Franciscan History entitled “Evangelization to the Heart,” covering the role media has played in conveying Franciscan messages in the United States. He is a founding member of the Society for United States Intellectual History and a regular contributor to the S-USIH awarding-winning blog.
Haberski has a bachelor of arts in political science and history and an master of arts in history from the University at Albany-SUNY. He earned his doctorate in United States intellectual history from Ohio University, where he worked with Charles Alexander and John Lewis Gaddis.
At Marian University, Haberski teaches courses in United States history, including intellectual history, the history of the Catholic Church in North America, and a course that covers the “long revolution” from 1765 to 1865. He has served as chair of the department of History and Social Science since 2009. At IUPUI, Haberski is a associate fellow of the Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture, a member of the Institute of American Thought, and teaches courses in American Studies.