J. Kameron Carter, 2006–2007 | National Humanities Center

J. Kameron Carter (NHC Fellow, 2006–07)

Project Title

Du Bois, Religion, and the Black Intellectual Imagination, 1888-1935

Duke University

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Fellowship Work Summary, 2006–07

J. Kameron Carter wrote three chapters and revised five chapters, completing his book Race: A Theological Account (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2008). He wrote an essay, "Race and the Experience of Death: Reappraising American Evangelicalism," for the Cambridge Companion to Evangelical Theology (2007), and an article, "Theology, Exegesis, and the Just Society: Gregory of Nyssa as Abolitionist Intellectual," for the 2007 issue of Ex Auditu. In addition, he drafted an essay, "Race and the Reception History of Christian Theology," to be published in the Oxford Handbook to the History of the Reception of Christian Theology, and a chapter for his new book Apocalypse—1492: Religion, and the Theological Advent of the Modern World.