10 edition of Race, nation, and religion in the Americas found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Henry Goldschmidt and Elizabeth McAlister.|
|Contributions||Goldschmidt, Henry., McAlister, Elizabeth A.|
|LC Classifications||E29.A1 R33 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 338 p. :|
|Number of Pages||338|
|ISBN 10||0195149181, 019514919X|
|LC Control Number||2003066225|
For centuries before the European colonization of North America, sectarian, ethnic, and racial discrimination were interrelated. The proscription of certain groups based on their biological or other apparently ingrained characteristics, which is one definition of racism, in fact describes much religious prejudice in Western history—even as the modern term “racism” was not used until the Author: Ryan P. Jordan. This anthology draws bold comparisons between secularist strategies to contain, privatize, and discipline religion and the treatment of racialized subjects by the American state. Specializing in history, literature, anthropology, theology, religious studies, and political theory, contributors expose secularism's prohibitive practices in all facets of American society and suggest opportunities.
Her first book, Abusing Religion: Literary Persecutions, Sex Scandals, and American Minority Religions will be available through Rutgers in July Ilyse Morgenstein Fuerst, PhD, is an associate professor of Religion and the associate director of the Humanities Center at the University of Vermont. Her formal expertise is in Islam in South. A two-volume work that spans the country's history, from the arrival of Africans in America in to modern-day race relations, this in-depth study is like an origin story for race, specifically Author: Sadie Trombetta.
Her first book is Rara! Vodou, Power, and Performance in Haiti and its Diaspora (University of California Press, ). Her second book is a volume co-edited with Henry Goldschmidt that theorizes race and religion as linked constructs: Race, Nation, and Religion in the Americas (Oxford University Press, ). By J. T. Roane November 5, Comments Off on ‘Sexuality and Slavery’: A New Book on Intimate Histories in the Americas This post is part of our blog series that announces the publication of selected new books in African American History and African Diaspora Studies.
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The twelve essays in the volume explore the ties between race, nation, and religion in ethnographic and historical detail. Topics range from Jesuit mission work to Hollywood film, manifest destiny to liberation theology, the Haitian Rara festival to American immigration law.5/5(1).
Read this book on Questia. Read the full-text online edition of Race, Nation, and Religion in the Americas (). Home» Browse» Books» Book and religion in the Americas book, Race the authors explore the intertwined histories of a hemisphere defined at the charged intersections of race, nation, and religion.
Race, Nation, and Religion in the Americas.(Book Review): An article from: Church History [Paul Harvey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This digital document is an article from Church History, published by Thomson Gale on September 1, The length of the article is words.
The page length shown above is based on a typical word : Paul Harvey. The pioneering essays collected in this volume bring critical new perspectives to the interdisciplinary study of racial, national, and religious identities. The authors draw on original research in cultural anthropology, history, and religion in the Americas book studies, American studies, and other fields, and draw inspiration from the loosely defined fields of cultural studies and post-structuralist critical theory.
The introduction to the collection offers a theoretical overview of the relationships among race, nation, and religion as categories of collective identity formation.
It argues, in brief, that these categories are always already inextricably linked and cannot be studied in isolation from each other—that they are, in fact, co-constituted categories, wholly dependent on each other for their Author: Henry Goldschmidt.
Race and religion on the periphery: disappointment and missionization in the And religion in the Americas book Floridas, / Daniel Murphree --The Jew in the Haitian imagination: a popular history of anti-Judaism and proto-racism / Elizabeth McAlister --A great racial commission: religion and the construction of white America / Daniel B.
Lee --Catholic Afro mass. Race, nation, and religion in the Americas. Edited by Henry Goldschmidt and Elizabeth McAlister. xiii+ incl. 6 ills. Oxford: Oxford University Press, £ 0 19 1; 0 19 X BRYAN BADEMAN The Journal of Ecclesiastical History / Volume 57 / Issue 02 / Aprilpp Race, Nation, and Religion in the Americas.
Edited by Henry Goldschmidt and Elizabeth McAlister. Publication Date - August ISBN: pages Paperback /8 x /4 inches Retail Price to Students: $ The pioneering essays collected in this volume bring critical new perspectives to the interdisciplinary study of racial, national, and religious identities.
The authors demonstrate that one cannot study these categories of identity formation in isolation, but must instead examine the ways each intersects with-and ultimately helps construct-the others. Race, nation, and religion in the Americas / edited by Henry Goldschmidt and Elizabeth McAlister.
Format Book Published New York: Oxford University Press, Description xiii, p.: ill. ; 25 cm. Other contributors Goldschmidt, Henry.
McAlister, Elizabeth A. Notes Includes bibliographical references and. Get this from a library. Race, nation, and religion in the Americas [ebook]. [Henry Goldschmidt; Elizabeth A McAlister;] -- A collection of new essays exploring the complex and unstable articulations of race and religion.
Drawing on original research, the authors investigate how race and religion have defined global. Book review by R. Bryan Bademan. Goldschmidt, Henry and Elizabeth McAlister, eds. Race, Nation, and Religion in the Americas. Oxford: Oxford University Press, ISBN Author: R.
Bryan Bademan. Race and Nation is the first book to compare the racial and ethnic systems that have developed around the world. It is the creation of nineteen scholars who are experts on locations as far-flung as China, Jamaica, Eritrea, Brazil, Germany, Punjab, and South Africa.
The contributing historians, sociologists, anthropologists, political scientists, and scholars of literary and cultural studies. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index. Summary This collection of all new essays will explore the complex and unstable articulations of race and religion that have helped to produce 'Black', 'White', 'Creole', 'Indian', 'Asian', and other racialized identities and communities in the Americas.
Religion and race provide rich categories of analysis for American history. Neither category is stable. They change, shift, and develop in light of historical and cultural contexts. Religion has played a vital role in the construction, deconstruction, and transgression of racial identities and is a social concept and a means of classifying by: 1.
The Nation of Islam is a small but growing religion in America that has become somewhat of a social movement because of its strong and radical ideas on race.
In this paper, I will try to explore the beliefs of the Nation of Islam, and the ramifications it could and has had on racial relations in America.
Henry Goldschmidt and Elizabeth McAlister, eds. Race, Nation and Religion in the Americas. New York: Oxford University Press, Cited by: Race and Religion. RELIGION AND MODERNITY. RACE AND MODERNITY. RELIGION AND RACE AND MODERNITY.
BIBLIOGRAPHY. Although both race and religion are enormously difficult to define, almost all human beings in almost all societies recognize, shape themselves, and are shaped by representations, influences, effects of the phenomena and dynamics to which each term generally refers. 5) A nation will have a distinct public culture, with subcultures too.
And, of course, there is such a thing as a Jewish culture, often informed by religious Jewish texts, but not exclusively. We certainly have a religion (whether we believe in it and adhere to it, or not), but we are not a religion. Race, Nation, and Religion in the Americas.
Oxford University Press, Oxford University Press, Houck, Davis W. Rhetoric, Religion and the Civil Rights Movement, Author: Arthur Robinson. In the beliefs of the Nation of Islam (NOI), Yakub (sometimes spelled Yacub or Yaqub) was a black scientist who lived "6, years ago" and began the creation of the white is said to have done this through a form of selective breeding referred to as "grafting", while living on the island of Nation of Islam theology states that Yakub is the biblical Jacob.His research and teaching center on African American religious history, religion and literature, Pentecostalism, the Nation of Islam, religion, gender and sexuality, and Womanist theology.
He is the author of Passionately Human, No Less Divine: Religion and Culture in Black Chicago,Princeton University Press. I recently read Phil Sinitiere's new book Salvation witha Smile: Joel Osteen, Lakewood Church & American Christianit y. (Arlene Sanchez and Phil did an interview about the book on this blog here, which you can check out if you want to read more.)Phil suggests that to comprehend recent American evangelicalism, we need to understand Joel Osteen and Lakewood Church.