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Difference and Humanity Among Christians in Indian Slums

Difference and Humanity Among Christians in Indian Slums

MRB August 28, 2017 0

Liana Chua Reviews Nathaniel Roberts’ To Be Cared For Recently, a certain meme made the rounds on my (admittedly anthropologist-heavy) social media feed. The meme features a photo of the pioneering anthropologist Ruth Benedict,

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First Impressions #98: Su’ad Abdul Khabeer on Race, Hip Hop, and Muslim Cool

First Impressions #98: Su’ad Abdul Khabeer on Race, Hip Hop, and Muslim Cool

David M. Krueger December 6, 2016 0

African American culture plays a critical role in the construction Muslim American identity. Dave Krueger speaks with Su’ad Abdul Khabeer about her new book Muslim Cool: Race, Religion, and Hip Hop in the United

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First Impressions # 96: Media, Race, and Sexuality in Transnational Santería

First Impressions # 96: Media, Race, and Sexuality in Transnational Santería

Kristian Petersen November 8, 2016 0

Santería, as a site of analytical inquiry, disrupts many of dominant theoretical approaches to the study of transnational religion. Kristian Petersen talks with Aisha Beliso-De Jesús, Associate Professor of African American Religions at Harvard

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Aztec Birth Customs and Early Modern European Jews – By Adam Shear

Aztec Birth Customs and Early Modern European Jews – By Adam Shear

Adam Shear September 30, 2014 0

Adam Shear on Yaacov Deutsch’s Judaism in Christian Eyes Christian thinkers have always been interested in Jews and Judaism. Some biblical exegetes in late antiquity and a handful more in the Middle Ages turned

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<i>MRB</i> Interviews Tanya Luhrmann

MRB Interviews Tanya Luhrmann

Charles Halton April 29, 2014 0

[VIDEO] Tanya Luhrmann on the American Evangelical relationship with God Stanford psychological anthropologist, Tanya Luhrmann, won the 2014 Grawemeyer Award in Religion for her book, When God Talks Back: Understanding the American Evangelical Relationship

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