Religion and the Black Radical Tradition

The Religion and the Black Radical Tradition working group aims to examine how the category of religion has been taken up, set aside, and/or reimagined in (a) the writing of nineteenth- and twentieth-century black radical thinkers and (b) scholarship theorizing the relationship between blackness and modernity. The workshop is open to anyone in the Yale community who wishes to attend—faculty and students alike—and will begin meeting monthly in the 2024–25 academic year.

Please contact Iman AbdoulKarim ( to be placed on the mailing list and with any questions.