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- Journal of Africana Religions
- Penn State University Press
- "Pulpit and Pew": African American Humor on Irreverent Religious Participation in John H. Johnson's Negro Digest, 1943–1950 Volume 8, Number 1, 2020, pp. 1-36
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This issue contains 6 articles in total
- What's Really Behind the Mask: A Reexamination of Syncretism in Brazilian Candomblé
- A Matter of Time: Spirit Possession and the Temporalities of School in Niger
- Black Orthodox "Visual Piety": People, Saints, and Icons in Pursuit of Reconciliation
- Killmonger's Quandary: Notes on Religious Meaning, Freedom, and Identity in Black Panther
- Embodying the Mahdi: Islamic Messianism and the Body in Colonial Senegal
- "Pulpit and Pew": African American Humor on Irreverent Religious Participation in John H. Johnson's Negro Digest, 1943–1950
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