See the VIDEO from:
Albert J. Raboteau, Henry W. Putnam Professor of Religion at Princeton University
In the World, not of the World, for the Sake of the World:
Orthodoxy and American Culture
(Tuesday, 4 April 2006 6 PM)
McNally Amphitheatre, Fordham University Law School (Lincoln Center)
Albert Raboteau is currently the Henry W. Putnam Professor of Religion at Princeton University. Born in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, he was educated at Loyola University in Los Angeles, the University of California at Berkeley, Marquette University, and Yale, where he earned his Ph.D. in Religious Studies. He taught at Xavier University in New Orleans, Yale, and Berkeley before joining the faculty at Princeton. Specializing in American Religious History, he regularly teaches courses on African-American Religious History, Religion and Literature, Religion and Social Reform, and Religious Encounters in the Colonial Atlantic World. His published works include Slave Religion: the Invisible Institution in the Antebellum South, A Fire in the Bones: Reflections on African-American Religion; Canaan Land: A Religious History of African-Americans; and A Sorrowful Joy (an account of his conversion to Orthodoxy). He serves as lay coordinator of Mother of God, Joy of All Who Sorrow Orthodox Mission.
The lecture was open to all those who wish to enhance their faith, enrich their education or learn about the rich and vibrant traditions of Orthodox Life in America. We welcome your interest and support.
The 2006 Orthodoxy in America Lecture was sponsored in part by
The Virginia H. Farah Foundation.