Haitian Vodou - Myth & Reality
Tuesday, October 16, 2012 at 6:00 PM (PDT)
San Marcos, CA
Haitian Vodou: Myth and Reality”
TUE OCT 16 @ 6 pm in Clarke 113
Patrick Bellegarde-Smith is one of the nation’s most eminent scholars of Haitian history and culture. Emeritus Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, he is also a houngan (Vodou priest). Dr. Bellegarde-Smith will shed light on one of the world’s most misunderstood religions, moving beyond stereotypes to explore what it means to its adherents.
Co-sponsors: History Dept., Global Studies Program
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Office of Arts & Lectures
California State University San Marcos
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