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JAPAS, Spring 2023 Issue

Check out the latest issue of the Journal of Amish & Plain Anabaptist Studies, "The Plain People at Mid-Century, 1930-1969." This issue contains our usual interesting articles, plus the ongoing work of our 25-member plain people book review panel, where plain people select and review books of interest.

While you are at it, why not become part of our great organization, The Amish & Plain Anabaptist Studies? Join this growing network of scholars, service providers, and plain people while receiving benefits exclusive to APASA members.

And remember to check out our August 2-3 conference this year. APASA conferences are characterized by stimulating discussions, all built around two days of panel discussions, presentations, and guided conversations. You can now register and reserve lodging, and through June 30, submit a presentation proposal.


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