restricted access   Volume 6, Number 1, 2018

Table of Contents

Articles

The Gift, and Death, of Blackness

pp. 1-26

Theological Thinking and Eurocentric Epistemologies: A Challenge to Theologians from within Africana Religious Studies

pp. 27-49

Roundtable: J. Lorand Matory’s Black Atlantic Religion: A Retrospective Discussion

J. Lorand Matory’s Black Atlantic Religion: A Retrospective Discussion

pp. 50-94

Culture, Nation, and the Struggle for Black Atlantic Religion

pp. 95-103

Toward an Inventory of Influence: Biography and Belonging in Sustained Dialogue with Black Atlantic Religion

pp. 104-113

A Reflexive Response to J. Lorand Matory’s Retrospective on the Critical Reception of Black Atlantic Religion

pp. 114-122

Roundtable: Robert Baum’s Women of God: A Roundtable Conversation on Alinesitoué and the Diola Prophetic Tradition

Introduction to Roundtable Commentary for West Africa’s Women of God: Alinesitoué and the Diola Prophetic Tradition

pp. 123-126

God-Emitai and Women Prophets

pp. 126-130

When Women Are Central to African Religious History: On Power, Prophecy, and Memory

pp. 130-133

Sacrifice, Ethics, and Alinesitoué: Human Rights and Ritual Discourse in a Revolutionary Prophetic Movement

pp. 134-142

The Experience of Alinesitoué and African Women’s Prophetism

pp. 142-144

Reflections on West Africa’s Women of God: Alinesitoué and the Diola Prophetic Tradition

pp. 145-149

West African Women of God: A Response

pp. 149-157