Mining the Motherlode of African American Religious Experience
This introductory chapter discusses the subject of teaching African American religions. It argues that teaching in the 21st century classroom requires, a larger “toolkit”, which must involve interdisciplinary and perhaps multidisciplinary approaches. It must also emphasize material: the body, artifacts, and movement. An overview of the chapters included in this volume is presented.
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