October 27 - 29, 2022
Sheraton Atlanta Hotel
165 Courtland St NE, Atlanta, GA 30303

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Christopher L. Newman

PhD Student at Howard University

Christopher L. Newman is a 2nd year History PhD student at Howard University focusing on 19th century Creole Voodoo in New Orleans and the relationship between religion and slave resistance. Christopher has a BA from The Ohio State University in African American and African Studies and a Masters from Duke University in Theological Studies. Christopher plans to become a professor of slave religion and 19th century African American history upon graduating from Howard University.

AGenda sessions
“Savages and Sable Subjects”: White Fear, Racism, and the Demonization of Creole Voodoo in New Orleans in the 19th Century
2022-10-29, 11:40 AM
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