Brown Bag Lunch Discussion Series: Spring 2007

8 February 2007
Kathryn J.S. Smith, Biblical Studies, Azusa Pacific University
Teaching Postcolonialism in a Colonial Environment

22 February 2007
T. Hasan Johnson, Cultural Studies, Claremont Graduate University
[Re]Membering Liberation, Future, and the Outlaw[ed] Black Goddess: Excavating Typological Iconographies of Assata Shakur in the Africana Imaginary

8 March 2007
James A. Noel, American Religion, San Francisco Theological Seminary
Significations, Black Art & African American Biblical Hermeneutics

29 March 2007
Valorie Thomas, English and Black Studies, Pomona College
Sacred But Not Reverent: African Diaspora Spirituality and Underground(s)

26 April 2007
James Lee, English, University of California, Santa Barbara
Revealing the Sacred in Asian American Studies

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