The History of the African-American Religious Experience

Religion 284

Usual Description

An introduction to the religious movements and institutions of African Americans from the period of slavery to the present. Various topics include African religions; slave religion; independent black Protestant churches; gender and race relations in American church life; politics in black churches; missionary efforts to Africa and the Caribbean; Islam, Judaism, Catholicism, Pentecostalism; the civil rights movement; modern role of religion in African-American life.

Areas of Interest
United States
United States
Time Periods

Post-1650

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Religion 284 Taught by Albert Miller
Religion 284 Taught by Albert Miller
Religion 284 Taught by Albert (A.G.) Miller
Religion 284 Taught by Albert (A.G.) Miller
Religion 284 Taught by Albert (A.G.) Miller
Religion 284 Taught by Albert (A.G.) Miller
Religion 284 Taught by Albert (A.G.) Miller
Religion 284 Taught by Albert (A.G.) Miller