Black Women and Pentecostalism in Diaspora: a two-day symposium

Black Women and Pentecostalism in Diaspora: a two-day symposium

“Black Women and Pentecostalism in Diaspora” is a two-day symposium, which will bring together leading scholars in Africana, religious, and feminist studies, history, political science, anthropology, sociology, and ethnomusicology who work in the United States, Haiti, Guadeloupe, Brazil, Ghana, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, and Britain. Participants will unpack the elements of […]

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