The Most Segregated Hour: Race and Religion in the American West
The Center for the Arts and Humanities presents the Thornton F. Bradshaw Seminar at Claremont Graduate University, February 27-28, 2004. The conference will highlight the work of ten distinguished historians and religious scholars speaking on subjects concerning ethnic and religious diversity in the American West. The Program Committee also invites papers from graduate students involved in related research projects.
The goal of the conference is to examine the intersection of religion and race in the American West. The committee is particularly interested in larger issues concerning intra-regional interactions between religious communities, the process of assimilation and the role of religion in ethnic identity. Given the fluidity of ethnic, religious and regional identity, conference papers on a variety of topics will be considered.
Please send an abstract and c.v. to the email address below by November 21, 2003.
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Claremont Graduate University
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Claremont, CA 91711
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