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The 14th Annual Aronov Lecture

Back in March, Dr. Eddie Glaude, the William S. Tod Professor of Religion and African American Studies at Princeton University (and incoming President of the American Academy of Religion [AAR]), presented his lecture, titled “Democracy in Black: The Value Gap,” as the Religious Studies Department’s 14th annual Aronov Lecture. (Learn more about this annual lecture series.) Did you miss it? Not to worry! You can follow the link below or watch it here. Our thanks to Caity Walker and Jared […]

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