Book Publication Celebration ~ Damon Berry, Religious Studies
“Blood and Faith: Christianity in American White Nationalism”
~ Book Publication Celebration ~
Damon Berry, Religious Studies
Friday, March 3rd
4:00pm – 5:30pm
Sykes Common Room
In Blood and Faith: Christianity in American White Nationalism, Damon T. Berry describes the ways in which Christianity has been a problem for American white nationalists, and what that has meant for their attitudes toward religion and politics from the 1960s to Trump's election. Syracuse University Press will be releasing this book in fall of 2017.
These Friday events provide an opportunity to celebrate faculty members’ ongoing research and scholarly accomplishments. They provide time to relax at the end of the work week, catch up with old friends, and meet new people from across campus as you enjoy wine, beer, other drinks, and snacks. The Cafés and Book Publication Celebrations are a place for faculty to share their scholarly projects, in language accessible to the broad campus community, in the hopes that it will inspire lively discussion, helpful feedback and criticism, and possibly interest in future collaborations across disciplines. All faculty and staff are welcome at these events, and we encourage you to make them a regular part of your schedule. The Faculty Development Committee and the Academic Dean’s Office plan the Cafés and Book Celebrations, and the Center for Teaching and Learning and Corporate and Foundations Relations provide financial support.