1. “To Battle for Human Rights”: Afro-Creole Spiritualism and Martyrdom
  2. Emily Suzanne Clark
  3. pp. 161-189
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  1. Confronting “Disunity”: Indigenous Religions as Critics of Politics in Africa
  2. Serawit Bekele Debele
  3. pp. 190-207
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  1. Telegraph Spirits and Muertos Chinos: Technologies of Proximity and Distance in the Material Commemoration of the Dead in Cuba
  2. Diana Espirito Santo
  3. pp. 208-231
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  1. Epistemology or Ideology? Toward a Relational Perspective on Islamic Knowledge in Africa
  2. Rüdiger Seesemann
  3. pp. 232-268
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  1. Introduction: But Sometime Between—Living Archives and the Power of Black Agency
  2. LeRhonda S. Manigault-Bryant
  3. pp. 269-272
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  1. The Magic of Comparison: Religio-Racial Identities in Process
  2. Emily Suzanne Clark
  3. pp. 272-280
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  1. Early Twentieth-Century Religio-Racial Movements and the Radical Reconfiguration of Memory, Experience, and Imagination
  2. Chernoh M. Sesay
  3. pp. 280-289
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  1. Nationhood and Resistance: New World A-Coming and the (Re)making of Race, Religion, and Nation in African American History
  2. Tisa Wenger
  3. pp. 290-300
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  1. A New World [of Research] A-Coming
  2. Danielle Brune Sigler
  3. pp. 300-308
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  1. New World A-Coming, Author’s Response
  2. Judith Weisenfeld
  3. pp. 308-315
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