Foreword Reviews

White Elephants on Campus

The Decline of the University Chapel in America, 1920–1960

2014 INDIES Finalist
Finalist, History (Adult Nonfiction)

“. . . examines the changing role of religion within certain elite American universities and colleges. . . . As Grubiak notes, the massive chapels built during the fat 1920s represented university administrators’ attempts to reinforce the notion that religion was a positive and eternal force even as religion’s place in society and the academy was in transition.”—Christian Century