RELS701 - READINGS- AFAM RELIGION

Traditional narratives of African American Religion go from slavery to civil rights to "freedom" without taking into account the complex religious lives and intellectual production of people of African descent in the Americas. This course will focus on African American Religion and the historical and theoretical frameworks that have shaped the study of this field. Readings will cover religious studies, anthropology, history, and African American studies in order to provide an understanding of the varieties of religion and religious experiences with this particular segment of the African Diaspora.
Section 401 - SEM
T 0200PM-0500PM
BUTLER, ANTHEA
3401 WALNUT STREET 330A