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Slave Religion and the Transformation of American Religious History

When
Thursday, Jul 30 - 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM
What
Seminar/Symposium
Where
Old Main - Map it
Room: 115
Sponsor
College of Humanities & Social Sciences
Description
As part of the Black Religious Experience in American History Symposium, Albert J. Raboteau of Princeton University will present a lecture entitled “Slave Religion and the Transformation of American Religious History.” Raboteau is the leading senior scholar of black religious experience in America. He is also the author of several important works on American religion, such as Slave Religion: The Invisible Institution in the Antebellum South (Oxford, 1978), a path-breaking study on slave religious experience.
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Contact
Kyle Bulthuis
(435) 673-5190
kyle.bulthuis@usu.edu