Race and the Analytical Study of ReligionFriday, November 16, 2018, University of Denver
Co-sponsored by the Departments of Religion and Media, Film and Journalism.
How do we design research and collect data on race, the processes of racialization, and religion? How do we trace their intersections with disability, gender, orientation, and class while also challenging the idea that race or phenotypic preoccupation is a universal mode of human aggregation? How do we rejoin attention to these issues along with different scales of social and political aggregation and power? To address these issues and more, Rudy Busto, Kelly Baker, Chloe Martinez, Jolyon Thomas, Angela Sutton, Sarah Dees and Monique Moultrie will share their insights. More