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African Religious Movements & Democracies
“Religious” movements have been and continue to play a central role in the public sphere of African societies, driving social and political change, both shaping and challenging the dominant ideological, socio-economic and political formations. From prophetic politics of protest to poetry to anti-colonial militant movements, the papers in this panel explore the roles African religious movements have played in defining, changing, and challenging their socio-political orders.

Part of the virtual conference, Religion and Democracy on the African Continent: Colonial Legacies and Postcolonial Possibilities, co-sponsored by the University of Virginia Democracy Initiative's Religion, Race & Democracy Lab, the Page-Barbour Funds, the Institute of the Humanities & Global Culture, the Carter G. Woodson Institute, and the Virginia Center for the Study of Religion.

May 7, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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