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CFP: "Trees Take Us to the Gods"

Posted by ADRSA on Thursday, May 21, 2015, In : Calls for Papers 

Join the Congress of Santa Barbara (KOSANBA) for an exciting colloquium entitled "Trees Take Us to the Gods: Vodou and the Environment" to be held during the Haitian Studies Association conference October 21-25, 2015 in at the Universite de Montreal in Quebec. Proposals are due by May 31.

This forum hopes to include the contributions of researchers, scholars, and practitioners in Vodou and other African-derived systems. KOSANBA welcomes papers/presentations on issues such as, though not lim...

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Support the ADRSA's first Teespring Campaign!

Posted by ADRSA on Tuesday, November 11, 2014, In : Events 

Show your love for African and Diasporic Religions and support the ADRSA's first Teespring campaign with this simple, yet powerful t-shirt! We've listed some of the ADRs that are being studied and presented by scholars in our collective and a small version of our logo on the back. We've got just 21 days to sell 75 of these shirts, order now for delivery by December 18th and start the new year off in style!

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KOSANBA: Call for Papers

Posted by ADRSA on Monday, March 25, 2013, In : Conferences 

Call for Papers

KOSANBA, A Scholarly Association for the Study of Haitian Vodou

International Colloquium X

Harvard University

Friday, October 18th – Sunday, October 20th, 2013

When Earth Meets Sky:
Healing Rites & Sacred Knowledge in Haiti & Beyond

Under the Aegis of Danbala, the Serpent, and the Rainbow, Ayida Wedo

“There is a thing passing in the sky; some thick clouds surround it; the uninitiated see nothing.”
-Mende Proverb

Conference Highlights:
Opening Remarks
Professor Jacob K. Olupona, Harv...

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