Associate Professor of Religion, American religious history; digital religion; religion and popular culture
Margarita Simon Guillory teaches courses on American religious history, digital religion, and religion and popular culture. Her research interests include identity construction in Africana esoteric religions, religion and technology, and social scientific approaches to religion. She is the author of Social and Spiritual Transformation in African American Spiritual Churches (Routledge 2017) and co-editor of Esotericism in African American Religious Experience (Brill 2014). In addition to these works, she has published articles in the Journal of Gnostic Studies, Culture and Religion, and Pastoral Psychology. Her current project, Africana Religion in the Digital Age, considers how African Americans utilize the Internet, social media, mobile applications, and gaming to forge new ways to express their religious identities.
Spiritual and Social Transformation in African American Spiritual Churches
By Margarita Simon Guillory
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Esotericism in African American Religious Experience: “there Is a Mystery.”..
By Stephen Finley, Margarita Guillory, Hugh Page Jr.
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