African American Communal Narratives: Religion, Race, and Memory
University of North Carolina at Chapel HillReturn to All Fellows
Fellowship Work Summary, 1993–94
Laurie F. Maffly-Kipp outlined and drafted two chapters and gathered research materials for the rest of a study of African-American communal narratives. She also worked on several articles: one on race histories written by African-Americans in the postbellum era, one on gender and Euro-Protestant-ism in nineteenth-century California, and another on religious violence and pluralism in California, entitled "At Home on the Theological Equator: Protestant Reform and Religious Pluralism in California, 1852-1882."