We are excited to welcome you to this year's Religion Department Graduate Student Conference Race, Racism, and Religion: Silences and Absences, Histories and Methodologies. The conference will be held over zoom onFriday, March 25, and Saturday, March 26.
We begin with a seminar on Race, Religion, and Nationalism with Professor Anthea Butler (UPenn), followed by graduate student presentations organized into five panels: Contesting Colonialism, Narrative of Gender, Imagining the Nation, the State and its Others, and In the Archive. Finally, we conclude with a moderated senior scholar discussion on Race, Racism, and the Study of Religion with Professors Zain Abdullah (Temple), John L. Jackson Jr. (UPenn), Anjali Arondekar (UC, Santa Cruz) and Alexis Wells-Oghoghomeh (Stanford).
All zoom registration links, panel details, and paper titles can be found on our website!