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Material Economies of Life-Time: Grief, Injury, Expiation, Desire
Tracy Fessenden, Hillary Kaell & Alexia Williams
This conversation relates to Tracey Fessenden’s study into the Colored Magdalens of the House of the Good Shepherd, Hillary Kaell’s examination of bus station clocks, and Alexia Williams's research into a prayer card of Julia Greeley, Denver’s Angel of Charity.
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About the Authors
Tracy Fessenden is the Steve and Margaret Forster Professor of Religious Studies at Arizona State University. Her books include Culture and Redemption: Religion, the Secular, and American Literature (2007) and Religion Around Billie Holiday (2018).
Hillary Kaell is Associate Professor of anthropology and religion at McGill University and a faculty fellow at Concordia University’s Centre for Sensory Studies. Her most recent book, Christian Globalism at Home: Child Sponsorship in the United States (Princeton University Press, 2020), won the 2021 Schaff Prize from the American Society of Church History. Her current project explores ecological and spiritual disruptions on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.
Alexia Williams is an Assistant Professor of Religion and African American Studies at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Her research interests include Afro-diasporic religions and cultures, U.S. Religious History, Roman Catholicism, and Religion & Popular Culture.
Volume 6: Issue 3 Characterizing Material Economies of Religion in the Americas
© Tracy Fessenden, Hillary Kaell, and Alexia Williams
1. Tracy Fessenden, Hillary Kaell, and Alexia Williams, "Material Economies of Life-Time: Grief, Injury, Expiation, Desire," Conversation, MAVCOR Journal 6, no. 3 (2022), doi: 10.22332/mav.convo.2022.7.
Fessenden, Tracy, Hillary Kaell, and Alexia Williams. "Material Economies of Life-Time: Grief, Injury, Expiation, Desire." Conversation. MAVCOR Journal 6, no. 3 (2022), doi: 10.22332/mav.convo.2022.7.