EngageEventsReimagining Faith, Gender, Race and Nationalism within Mediated Spaces
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Reimagining Faith, Gender, Race and Nationalism within Mediated Spaces

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This conversation is part of COMM 4460: Media Industries and Nationalism, a SNF Paideia designated course taught by Murali Balaji, Ph.D.

Acclaimed theologian and activist Dr. Sabrina Dent will look at the complex ways in which our faith, gender, and racial identities converge and conflict with our sense of national identity, particularly in mediated discourse. Dr. Dent will share her own experiences navigating these constructs while also offering ways in which we can reimagine the role of social identities in the formation of collective ones.

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