Whither and Whence the Anthropology of Christianity? A Brief Report on the State of the Field
Thursday, October 16 at 4pm
121 Bay State Rd. Dean’s Conference Room
Dr. Howell is one of the most respected American researchers in the anthropology of Christianity today. He teaches on global Christianity, culture theory, and inequality, as well as on anthropology and popular culture. His research interests are in the intersections of culture, globalization and Christianity. Dr. Howell’s books include Introduction to Cultural Anthropology: A Christian Perspective (Baker Academic, 2011), and Christianity in the Local Context: Southern Baptist in the Philippines (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008).
This event is co-sponsored by the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies, The Department of Anthropology, and The Luce Foundation.
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