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Join the African and Diasporic Religious Studies Association (ADRSA) ONLINE via LIVE STREAM for its 8th conference!

Sponsored by Ase Ire, the College of Arts and Sciences at Xavier University New Orleans, the Center for African and African American Studies at Southern University at New Orleans, the New Orleans African American Museum

This year's theme Wind & Fire: Honoring the Divine Feminine and Masculine in Africana Religions will explore the conceptions of gender, femininity and masculinity and how these form and interact in Africana religious culture and practice. Featuring panel discussions, vendors, and more!

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View the draft itinerary of presentations here

Opening Plenary

Dr. Kim Vaz-DeVille

Author of The Baby Dolls, professor of education, and dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Xavier University

Keynote Address

Baba John Mason

Author of Orisa: New World Black Gods, In Praise of Our Mothers, and numerous titles in Orisa studies

Featured Artist

Stephen Hamilton, The Art of Stephen Hamilton
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eatured image Sango(c) Stephen Hamilton


FAQs

How does the live stream work?
You'll receive a link when the conference begins. Simply click and you're there. The same link will allow you to access recordings afterword, so don't worry if you miss it live.

Do I have to be a student, professor, or otherwise affiliated with a university to attend?
No! All are welcome and community members are welcomed and encouraged to attend!

What's the refund policy?

Refunds end 30 days before the event. After that, you may share your ticket with someone else if you are unable to attend.

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