CURA Colloquium: Splinter Effect: Interrogating Performances of Citizenship and Religious Belonging in State Formation

With Sheila Otieno,PhD Student, School of Theology This paper is a comparative investigation on the precarity of religion as a moral intervention in three middle-income African countries (Rwanda, South Africa, and Kenya), particularly as pertains to political instability and social fragmentation at crucial stages of nation-building and democratic development. *Reading the working paper in advance is required for attendance.* Email for your copy. Co-sponsored with the School of Theology
12:00 pm on Friday, December 6, 2019
1:30 pm on Friday, December 6, 2019
152 Bay State Road 2nd Fl Conference Room