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AHA 2021 Panel: Settler Colonialism and American Religion
This panel examines how the histories of religion and settler colonialism are intimately intertwined and how the dynamics of settler colonialism molded religion in the United States even as diverse formations of religion bolstered settler colonial rule and facilitated Indigenous resistance. The scholars on this panel bring a diverse set of perspectives, scholarly locations, and areas of expertise. Panelists’ comments will be grounded in their respective research on interactions between Anishinaabe people and white settlers in the nineteenth-century Great Lakes, the settler colonial imagination of nineteenth-century Latter-day Saints, the history of Lakota resistance in the Ghost Dance, and the role of Christianity in imposing restrictions on Peyote.

Jan 6, 2021 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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