David Mislin is a historian of the nineteenth- and twentieth-century United States, with a focus on American intellectual and religious history. After receiving his Ph.D. from Boston University, he joined the Temple University faculty where he teaches in the Intellectual Heritage program. He is the author of Saving Faith: Making Religious Pluralism an American Value at the Dawn of the Secular Age (Cornell University Press, 2015). He has contributed chapters to several edited volumes on religion and American life, and published recent scholarly articles in the Journal of the Historical Society, Religion and American Culture, and Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture.
He is currently at work on a book chronicling the history of religious liberalism in small-town America.