This is the second of a three-part series of “Snowball Essays” designed to guide students from reflection on race and religion in their own personal experience (Snowball Essay #1 is a Positionality Essay) to sustained reflection on race and religion in American life, history, and culture. I present this as a “process essay” that builds on course readings and incorporates distinct methodologies and forms of evidence.
Saint Louis UniversityInstitution
Private College or University Institution Type
Assignment Resource Type
Undergraduate Course Class Type
2020 Date Published
Religious Studies, Theology Discipline
Buddhism, Catholic, Hinduism, Indigenous, Islam, Judaism, Other Christianities, Protestant Religous Tradition