"History's Fourth Lens? Race, Class, Gender -- and Religion"
The fourth Biennial Boston College Conference on the History of Religion will take place this Friday and Saturday (March 30-31) at Boston College, Chestnut Hill. The conference is a two-day event bringing together graduate students and established scholars from around the country to discuss methodology and themes tackled by historians of religion. The organizing theme of this year's conference is "History's Fourth Lens? Race, Class, Gender -- and Religion." The keynote address will be given by Professor Jon Butler, Howard R. Lamar Professor of American Studies, History, and Religious Studies at Yale University, and is entitled "When Religion Counts and When It Doesn't: How do Historians Know?"
Please see the conference website for the conference program and further information about location and registration:
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