Embodiment and Black Religion - Rethinking the Body in African American Religious Experience - CERCL Writing Collective

Embodiment and Black Religion - Rethinking the Body in African American Religious Experience - CERCL Writing Collective

Epilogue

Embodiment and Black Religion - Rethinking the Body in African American Religious Experience - CERCL Writing Collective

CERCL Writing Collective [+-]
Rice University
The authors of this volume are the members of Rice University's Center for Engaged Research and Collaborative Learning Writing Collective: Anthony B. Pinn, Jessica B. Davenport, Justine M. Bakker, Cleve V. Tinsley IV, Biko Mandela Gray, David A. Kline, Jason O. Jeffries, Sharde' N. Chapman and Mark A. DeYoung

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The epilogue to Embodying Black Religion provides suggestions for future and new directions of research. The authors suggest different ways in which the relationship between the body and the religious can be understood and explored.

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Writing Collective, CERCL. Epilogue. Embodiment and Black Religion - Rethinking the Body in African American Religious Experience. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 137-138 Oct 2017. ISBN 9781781793466. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=27412. Date accessed: 18 Sep 2019 doi: 10.1558/equinox.27412. Oct 2017

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