New Perspectives on Integrative Anthropology: Todne Thomas


Location: via Zoom

Black Church Arson, Born-Again Development, and Hallowed Geography

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Todne Thomas will give a virtual presentation as part of the New Perspectives in Anthropology spring 2022 speaker series.

Zoom registration link coming soon.

Thomas is a socio-cultural anthropologist and Associate Professor of African American Religious Studies at Harvard Divinity School. In collaboration with Afro-Caribbean and African American congregants, Thomas conducts ethnographic research on the racial, spatial, and familial dynamics of black Christian communities in the U.S. Conceptually, her work integrates critical race and kinship theories to understand the racial and moral scripts of evangelicalism and neoliberalism.

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