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Rachel teaches here.
Rachel and Daniel have collaborated on several projects.
The Lithic Imagination and the Tertia: The Longian Paradigm and Art in the Study of Afro-Atlantic Religion
This essay discusses the ideas of historian of religion, Charles H. Long, and their usefulness for understanding art forms in the Afro-Atlantic world.
On commonalties among L. Clifton, R. Freeney Harding and the women of Candomble.
Links & Lit
Favorite websites and some of Rachel's essays
Rachel's essay about the work and spiritual sensibilities of poet Lucille Clifton.
Rachel wrote this essay for "The Spirituals Project" at the University of Denver. It is about deep-strata connections among African American Christianity, Brazilian Candomble, Haitian Vodou and Cuban Santeria/Lucumi.
A community-centered educational initiative founded by Vincent and Rosemarie Harding. VOHP gathers and shares insights and stories of spiritually-grounded traditions of social justice activism.
Video of Rachel lecturing on Candomblé at the Chautauqua Institution, 2014
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