Religion Graduate Student Conference 2022, Shaping the Anthropos: Cosmologies, Mythologies and Logics of Subjecthood
April 7th, 2023
8.30am-8.00pm (Event time is displayed in EDT and Zoom links will be sent out upon registering on the website)
We are excited to welcome you to this year's Religion Department Graduate Student Conference Shaping the Anthropos: Cosmologies, Mythologies and Logics of Subjecthood. The conference will be held in-person at Barnard Hall in James Room and Seminar Hall 409b in-person and on zoom on Friday, April 7th, 2023.
New Book by Dean Josef Sorett
In Black is a Church, Josef Sorett maps the ways in which black American culture and identity have been animated by a particular set of Protestant ideas and practices in order to chart the mutually reinforcing discourses of racial authenticity and religious orthodoxy that have made Christianity essential to the very notion of blackness.
Promiscuous Grace - Imagining Beauty and Holiness with Saint Mary of Egypt
The Department of Religion and IRCPL present:
Sonia Velázquez (Indiana University - Bloomington) in conversation with Clémence Boulouque
Monday, March 27 | 5:30-7:00 PM
80 Claremont Ave, Room 101