2019 URI Honors Colloquium - JUDITH WEISENFELD- NOV 5
Religion and race have been entangled throughout American history, with religion contributing to the production of ideas about race and ideas about race shaping the religious possibilities and theological claims of differently racialized peoples. Moreover, these intertwined constructions of race and religion have developed in a context in which both contribute significantly to understandings of American national identity and citizenship as these have changed over time. In this talk I consider the broad scope of particularly American interactions between religion and race, explore historical cases of religious groups whose members rejected commonplace American ideas about race and religion, and highlight issues from our present moment.
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11/6/2019 12:20:00 AM
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