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The ADRSA is pleased to announce Baba Dr. Kọ́lá Abímbọ́lá as our keynote speaker for ADRSA 2022, I Put a Spell on You: Magic, Miracles, and Mystique in Africana Religions, where we will celebrate 10 years of supporting scholarship in Africana Religions.Dr. Abímbọ́lá is Associate...

The African and Diasporic Religious Studies Association (ADRSA) is proud to present its tenth conference on the theme “I Put A Spell On You”: Magic, Miracles & Mystique in Africana Religions. As exemplified in songs from Nina Simone’s enchanting 1964 rendition of “I Put a Spell...

The ISM invites proposals for papers, presentations, and artistic performances on Africana sacred healing arts that address topics including but not limited to: Expanding definitions of the healing arts, illness, and unwellnessArts of healing and baptism/initiationArts of healing and mortuary ritesHealing as experienced transnationally and in the digital worldHealing arts...

Bawon Miles (c) 2017 by 2021 Featured Artist Vladimir Cybil Charlier CALL FOR PAPERS | For Immediate ReleasePraising and Raising the Dead" Life, Death, and Rebirth in Africana Religions Friday, April 23, 2021 | 9 am – 6 pm EST | ONLINE Opening Plenary Address by Dr....

The ADRSA is pleased announce dancer and cultural arts organizer Andrea Peoples as the Featured Dance Teacher for our 2020 Conference weekend. Wind & Fire: Honoring the Divine Feminine and Masculine in Africana Religions will be held Friday, April 17 at Xavier University in New Orleans.  Ms. Peoples...

The ADRSA is pleased to announce artist and educator Stephen Hamilton as the Featured Artist for our 8th conference, Wind and Fire: Honoring the Divine Feminine and Masculine in Africana Religions to be held at Xavier University in New Orleans on April 17, 2020. Based in Boston Massachusetts,...

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