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  • West Africa's Women of God

    Robert Baum's new book, West Africa's Women of God, just published by Indiana University Press, examines the history of direct revelation from Emitai, the Supreme Being, which has been central to the Diola religion from before European colonization to the present day.

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  • A Scottish Thanksgiving

    Dartmouth Now's "Far-Flung Thanksgiving: Off-Campus Programs Celebrate," includes a description of how the Religion and Philosophy FSPs - led by Religion Professor Kevin Reinhart and Philosophy Professor Susan Brison - are combining forces to celebrate Thanksgiving this year.

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  • Religion in the Kitchen

    Elizabeth Pérez' new book, Religion in the Kitchen: Cooking, Talking, and the Making of Black Atlantic Traditions, will be published by New York University Press in January, 2016, and will be the subject of a discussion at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Religion.

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  • New Religion Department Faculty

    This Fall term, the Religion Department will welcome Zahra Ayubi, who will be teaching REL 8 (Introduction to Islam) and REL 26 (Islam in America) and Devin Singh, who will be teaching REL 19.15 (God and Money).

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  • Professor Susannah Heschel on the Massacre in Charleston

     “When are we going to have reparation—for slavery, for Jim Crow, for the new Jim Crow? Unless you give back, there is no repentance for you,” says Susannah Heschel, Professor of Religion and Eli Black Professor of Jewish Studies, in a recent panel discussion on MSNBC.

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  • Dartmouth's Geneva Bibles

    Abby Thornburg '15, who is working on an independent study project with Professor Susan Ackerman this term, has mounted a small exhibit in Rauner Library focused on her research topic, Dartmouth's Geneva Bibles.

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Recent Publications

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  • "Hinduism in Film" in Oxford Bibliographies in Hinduism

    William Elison

    Oxford Univ. Pr., 2015

  • "Eusebius as Political Theologian: The Legend Continues"

    Devin Singh

    Harvard Theological Review 108:1 (2015): 129-154

  • "The Slippery Yet Tenacious Nature of Racism: New Developments in Critical Race Theory and Their Implications ...."

    Susannah Heschel

    Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics 35:1 (Spring/Summer 2015): 3-27

  • Religion in the Kitchen: Cooking, Talking, and the Making of Black Atlantic Traditions

    Elizabeth Perez

    New York University Pr. forthcoming, January 2016


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