05 May Corresponding Motions: Religions & Religion in 19th Century America
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Saturday, May 5 / 10:00 AM
McCune Conference Room, 6020 HSSB
This conference, which has been designed to refocus the study of religion in 19th century America into less institution-based areas of study, brings together former students of Catherine Albanese (Religious Studies, UCSB) to present scholarship that continues and expands her investigation into the many non-traditional manifestations of religion in 19th-century America. Topics include investigations of religion and work, technology, health, race, gender, emotion, and the supernatural.
Sponsored by Religious Studies, The Walter H. Capps Center for the Study of Ethics, Religion, and Public Life, and the IHC.