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I am excited to present a paper, “Postcolonial Theology and Intersectionality” at the Society of Race, Ethnicity and Religion which will be held at the American Academy of Religion Meeting (AAR) in San Diego, CA.

Society of Race, Ethnicity, and Religion 2019

Theme: Religion and Race in The Time of Trump

AAR M22-206

November 22, 2019, Friday – 1:00 PM-4:00 PM

Hilton Bayfront-Aqua 300 (Third Level)

Schedule of SRER at AAR

1:00-1:20 PM WELCOME & COMMENTS FROM 2017-19 SRER PRESIDENT: Edwin David Aponte

1:20-2:35 PANEL ONE: Religion and Race, in the US and its Many Borders and Boundaries Convener/Chair: W. David Nelson Papers:

1:25-1:45 Candace Lukasik, “Islamophobia, Global Christianity, and American Evangelicals in the Age of Trump”

1:50-2:10 Andrew Hudson, “Below the Surface of Skin: Whiteness, American Religion and Not-So-Subtle Academic Racial Subjugation”

2:15-2:35 Amaryah Armstrong, “Political Theology and the Contemporary Crisis of Reproduction: Legitimacy, Order, and the Fatal Anti-Blackness of Fetal Personhood Laws”

2:35-3:45 PANEL TWO: Postcolonial Considerations Convener/Chair: Anthony Pinn Papers:

2:35-2:55 Grace Ji-Sun Kim, “Postcolonial Theology and Intersectionality”

3:00-3:20 Randy Goldson, “Dancing with Babylon: Rastafari and the Marijuana Industry in Jamaica”

3:25-3:45 Minjung Noh, “Embodied Aesthetics and Transnational Korean Protestant Christianity”

3:45-4:00 SRER Business Meeting