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AART 25th Anniversary Symposium

The Michigan State University African Atlantic Research Team (AART) cordially invites you to attend our virtual Symposium, October 15, 2021.
Virtual Conference

The Michigan State University African Atlantic Research Team (AART) cordially invites you to attend our virtual Symposium, October 15, 2021. The Symposium’s conceptual theme is: “Opacity, Transcendence and Tradition in African Diaspora Religion of the Americas: Horizons of Knowing”. Confirmed presenters include David Carrasco, Harvard University; J. Lorand Matory, Duke University; James H. Sweet, University Wisconsin; Veronique Altglas, Queen’s University Belfast; and James Spickard, University of Redlands, and an historic presentation to one of the oldest Historically Black College campuses, Talladega College of Alabama, Alma Mater of MSU’s late Professor Ruth Simms Hamilton, the guiding inspiration of our Research Team.

The Program will acknowledge the 25 Years AART has mentored students of color toward the academic PhD as well as guide two major panel dialogues of scholar researchers discussing the state of ideas and research regarding “Opacity, Transcendence, and Tradition of African Descendant Religion in the Americas’ portion of the African Diaspora.”

Register for the conference here. For More Details Please Visit: https://sociology.msu.edu/aart-symposium-2021.html

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