Allison Isidore

Allison Isidore is a graduate of the Religion in Culture Master’s program at The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, AL, USA. She is interested in the twentieth century American Civil Rights Movement and the involvement of religious groups. Her work is specifically focused on the Catholic Church’s response to racism, and the involvement of Catholic clergy, nuns, and laypeople in marches, sit-ins, and kneel-ins during the 1950s and 1960s. Allison works as the Video Editor for the RSP.

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Contributions by Allison Isidore

podcast

Cults and NRMs: An RSP Remix, Part I

Tune in for Part I of our RSP Remix episodes on Cults and New Religious Movements!

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podcast

The Insider/Outsider Problem: An RSP Remix

Visit our archives to explore the insider/outsider problem in the study of religion. We explore questions such as "What is an 'insider' or 'outsider'?" and "How do scholars of religion study and engage 'insiders'?" to begin unpacking what all is at stake in this process of group formation.

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