What is African American Religion? ‘Future of the African American Past’ Panel

This session, part of the Future of the African American Past symposium organized by the National Museum of African American History and Culture, explores religion in African American life through various lenses: as belief system and discursive formation, as denominational affiliation and institutional materiality, and as ritual and artistic expression.

CHAIR
Edna Greene Medford, Howard University

PANELISTS

Anthea Butler, University of Pennsylvania

Eddie S. Glaude Jr., Princeton University

Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham, Harvard University

Judith Weisenfeld, Princeton University

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