Dr. Amy Nichols-Belo – December 4, 2016
What is religion from an anthropological, rather than theological perspective? How might theory shape personal belief and experience? Using examples from my fieldwork in Tanzania and other personal experiences, I will use the anthropology of religion to frame my personal journey to High Street.
Amy Nichols-Belo is an Assistant Professor of Global Health Studies and Anthropology at Mercer University. She holds a PhD in Anthropology from the University of Virginia. She has conducted research in Tanzania on malevolent witchcraft and traditional healing in Mwanza, Tanzania since 2004.
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