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  • Mothers of the Movement

    Professor Vaughn Booker has article published in Religions, Evangelicalism: New Directions in Scholarship. "Mothers of the Movement: Evangelicalism and Religious Experience in Black Women's Activism" refocuses the narrative of American Evangelicalism and politics around Black women's narratives of religious experience, expression, mourning, and activism.

    Mobley and McBath
  • Dartmouth Class of 1982 Launches Racial Justice Initiative

    Acting in the wake of the country's racial reckoning last summer and noting the continued concerns expressed by Black faculty, staff and students, the Class of 1982 has launched a new Class Project: the '82 Racial Justice Initiative.

    82 Racial Justice Initiative
  • Alex Blue, PhD in Ethnomusicology

    In November, Alex Blue, AAAS Thurgood Marshall Fellow, successfully defended his dissertation (virtually) at UC Santa Barbara and became a Doctor of Ethnomusicology. His dissertation is titled: A Matter of Death and Life: Necrographies of Hip-Hop in Contemporary Detroit.

    Dr. Alex Blue
  • Narrating Black Futures

    Professors Ayo Coly, COLT and AAAS, and Iyabo Kwayana, Film and Media Studies, are moderating a roundtable on "Narrating Black Futures: A Conversation between Nnedi Okorafor, Wanuri Kahui, and Dayo Ogunyemi."

    Narrating Black Futures, speakers
  • Speed Stories

    MLK Speed Stories with Professor Naaborko Sackeyfio-Lenoch. Co-sponsored by the Tucker Center, Shabazz, OPAL, Black Legacy Month, LLCs and Sustainability. January 31, 6 to 7 p.m.

    Speed Stories
  • MLK Multifaith Celebration

    2021 MLK Multifaith Celebration. "Why Believe? Hope and Action through Art and Spirituality" Sunday, January 24 at 3 p.m. EST. Keynote speaker: Dr.Tricia Rose.

    Dartmouth Gospel Choir 2020

Recent Publications

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  • Mothers of the Movement: Evangelicalism and Religious Experience in Black Women's Activism

    Vaughn A. Booker

    Religions 2021, 12(2), 141;

  • Guest Editor, The Practice of Freedom

    Joshua Brandon Bennett

    Poetry Magazine, Poetry Foundation, February 2021,

  • "Prosperity Meets the Poor: the Mission of Charleszetta 'Mother' Waddles in Urban America"

    Vaughn A. Booker

    Faithfully Magazine, October 2020,

  • "Lift Every Voice and Swing: Black Musicians and Religious Culture in the Jazz Century"

    Vaughn A. Booker

    New York University Press, 2020.


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