Spiritual Racialization: Theologies of Race and Slavery in the Colonial Atlantic World
As part of the Department of Religion's 2020-2021 series of events on race and the study of religion, these three virtual lectures will explore the connections among religion, race, and slavery in the early Americas.
Kelsey Christina Moss is an Assistant Professor of Religion at the University of Southern California. Her research and teaching interests include Africana religions and the intersections of race, slavery, and colonialism in the early modern Atlantic world. She received her Ph.D. from Princeton University in Religion with a specialization in Religion in the Americas and certificates in African American and Latin American Studies.
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