Religious Studies Roundtable Hosts Damon Berry

Color Image of the Book Jacket for Damon Berry's Book Blood and Faith
November 1, 2018
All Day
311 Denney Hall, 164 Annie & John Glenn Ave.



The Religious Studies Roundtable Graduate Student Organization presents

a Book Talk with Dr. Damon Berry

Blood & Faith: Christianity in American White Nationalism



Thursday, November 1, 2018

  • Lunch with Speaker: 12:30 PM, Hagerty Hall, Room 455
  • Book Talk: 4:00 PM, Denney Hall, Room 311

Friday, November 2, 21018 

Hosted by the Comparative Studies Graduate Student Group

  • PhD to Tenure Track in the Humanities: Professional Development: 10 AM, Research Commons Classroom, Room 352

This event is co-sponsored by the Comparative Studies Graduate Student Group and the Center for the Study of Religion

Admission to this event is free and open to the public. For any questions, please contact (614) 688-8010.

Parking for this event is available at the Union South Garage, which can be accessed from High Street or from College Road S. Metered parking is also available along W. 11th Avenue west of High Street, and on W. 12th Avenue across from Hale Hall. Information about ADA accessible permits and parking can also be found here.