This is an online event based at the Newberry in Chicago and scheduled to take place at 3:00 p.m. Central, 4:00 p.m. Eastern. Registration is required for online participation. More information and registration is available at newberry.org.
“Prayers and Singing: Black Christian Feminism and Antislavery Activism in Antebellum Massachusetts”
Jaimie Crumley, University of Utah
About the Religion and Culture in the Americas Seminar Series
The Religion and Culture in the Americas Seminar explores topics in religion and culture including social history, biography, cultural studies, visual and material culture, urban studies, and the history of ideas. We are interested in how religious belief has affected society, rather than creedal or theological focused studies.
The Seminar’s organizers for 2023–24 are Christopher Allison (Dominican University), Christopher Cantwell (Loyola University Chicago), Darren Dochuk (University of Notre Dame), Karen Johnson (Wheaton College), David Lantigua (University of Notre Dame) Malachy McCarthy (Claretian Missionaries Archives), and Kevin Schultz (University of Illinois Chicago). The Religion and Culture in the Americas Seminar is co-sponsored by the Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism at the University of Notre Dame, the McGreal Center at Dominican University, the History Department at Loyola University, the University of Chicago Divinity School, University of Illinois at Chicago, and Wheaton College.
Event description content was originally published at newberry.org.