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Religion in the Colonial Americas

The syllabus for a graduate seminar. The reading list includes some primary as well as secondary sources. Geographic areas include the Caribbean, Brazil, Peru, Mexico, New France, New Netherland, New England, Native American territories. The course centers religion in relation to the contestation of space, shiftings of power, race, commerce, colonialism, and empire.

John Corrigan
Author

Florida State University
Institution

Public College or University
Institution Type

Syllabus
Resource Type

Graduate Course
Class Type

2020
Date Published

Religious Studies, History
Discipline

Catholic, Indigenous, Judaism, New Religious Movements, Other Christianities, Protestant
Religous Tradition


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