The History of African American Religions

Series Description:

This series furthers historical investigations into African-American religions, encourages the development of new paradigms and methodologies, and explores cultural influences upon African-American religious institutions. The roles of gender, race, leadership, regionalism, and folkways are explored in series volumes.

 

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There are 11 books in this series.


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Saved and Sanctified: The Rise of a Storefront Church in Great Migration Philadelphia

Saved and Sanctified focuses on a Philadelphia church that was started above a horse stable by a woman born sixteen years after the Emancipation Proclamation and is still active today.

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The Ethiopian Prophecy in Black American Letters

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From Garvey to Marley: Rastafari Theology

Written by a trained theologian who was raised in the Jamaican village in which the Rastafarian faith originated, this history of its theology and rituals

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Black Blood Brothers: Confraternities and Social Mobility for Afro-Mexicans

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Afro-Cuban Religiosity, Revolution, and National Identity

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For a Great and Grand Purpose: The Beginnings of the AMEZ Church in Florida, 1864-1905

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Between Cross and Crescent: Christian and Muslim Perspectives on Malcolm and Martin