The Claremont Graduate University’s 2004 Thornton F. Bradshaw Seminar
“The Most Segregated Hour: Race and Religion in the American West”
February 27-28th, 2004
Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, California
This conference seeks to explore ways in which religion, ethnicity, and race have confronted and combined with each other in history. Because it has been a region where these categories are particularly open to the mixtures of peoples and cultures, we have chosen the American West as the site for both the conference and its subject. The Bradshaw seminar seeks to bring together participants from both the academic and religious communities in order to discuss how regional, racial, ethnic and religious categories inform identity politics, cultural interactions, and theological concerns.
Rudy Busto, University of California, Santa Barbara
Donald Dayton, Azusa Pacific University
William Deverell, California Institute of Technology
Doug Flamming, Georgia Institute of Technology
Philip Goff, Indiana University, Purdue University
Jane Iwamura, University of Southern California
Laurie Maffly-Kipp, University of North Carolina
Armand Mauss, Emeritus, Washington State University
Randi Jones Walker, Pacific School of Religion
H. Mark Wild, California State University, Los Angeles
Those interested in attending are asked to register via the internet.
The Bradshaw Seminar will be held on February 27th-28th, 2004, at Albrecht Auditorium on the Claremont Graduate University campus, Claremont, California.
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