A roundtable book review of Vincent L. Wimbush's "White Men's Magic: Scripturalization as Slavery," at Claremont Graduate University's Institute for Signifying Scriptures. Moderator is Karen L. Yonemoto of Claremont McKenna College. Panelists are Ronne Hartfield, Robert Hill, Tat-siong Benny Liew, Charles H. Long, and Valorie Thomas.
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In this presentation from the Legacy of Slavery series, Professor Charles Long reflects upon the historical introduction of Africans onto the North American landscape and its impact not only on African Americans but Europeans as well. He discusses the creation of wealth in North American, the historical inequalities involved with that wealth, the implications of slavery, and the controversy over reparations on modern-day American culture and society. Series: "Legacy of Slavery" [1/2004] [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 8110]
9/28/2013, Indiana University, Bloomington. “America and the Academic Study of Religion: Hermeneutics and Method" Charles H. Long, Emeritus Professor of Religious Studies at UC Santa Barbara, and former professor of religion at the University of Chicago, UNC Chapel Hill, Duke University, and Syracuse University. Long, a distinguished historian of religion and leading scholar in the study of American religion, had a direct influence on the development of the academic study of religion in the latter part of the twentieth century.