Proposal Title

SESSION 1.1: Frontier Redux: On Religion, Irreligion, and Settler Colonial Place-Making in the Pacific Northwest

Presentation Type

Individual paper

Location

IB 1015

Start Date

4-5-2019 2:15 PM

End Date

4-5-2019 3:45 PM

Abstract

Spurred by a striking discourse of the frontier that is woven throughout interviews conducted for the “Religion, Spirituality, and Secularity in the Pacific Northwest” project, this paper takes an episodic approach to explore how religion and irreligion have and continue to inform processes of settler colonial place-making in the region

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May 4th, 2:15 PM May 4th, 3:45 PM

SESSION 1.1: Frontier Redux: On Religion, Irreligion, and Settler Colonial Place-Making in the Pacific Northwest

IB 1015

Spurred by a striking discourse of the frontier that is woven throughout interviews conducted for the “Religion, Spirituality, and Secularity in the Pacific Northwest” project, this paper takes an episodic approach to explore how religion and irreligion have and continue to inform processes of settler colonial place-making in the region