Theodore Louis Trost is Associate Professor in Religious Studies and New College at The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa. He is the author of Douglas Horton and the Ecumenical Impulse in American Religion (2002) and, with Carolyn M. Jones, the co-editor of Teaching African American Religions (2005). He teaches courses in American religious history, religion and popular culture, and interdisciplinary studies.
The African Diaspora and the Study of Religionby Theodore Louis Trost
This book focuses on the location of the religious heritage of Africa within the academic study of religion - including indigenous African religions, African Christianities, African/American forms of Islam, the religions of African Americans, Afro-Caribbean religions, and Afro-Brazilian religions.
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