Courses: Seminar in the Religious History of African-American Women (RELGH330A01)

Fall 2007

Enrollment limited to 15 students.
This seminar will examine the religious history of African American women in the United States. Using primary and secondary texts from the nineteenth to the twentieth centuries, this course will explore the various religious traditions, denominations, sects, and religious movements in which African American women have historically participated. The course will also analyze the ways in which specific social conditions such as slavery, migration, racial segregation, and class and gender discrimination have historically influenced the religious lives of African American women.

Fulfills: HU SJ


Religion (Web site)

Taught By

Tracey Hucks (Profile)


Haverford, Rbts 007

Meeting Times

W 1:30-4:00