Emily D. Crews

Emily D. Crews is a historian of religions whose research and teaching focus on the relationship between religion and issues of gender, race, the body, and the formation of personhood. She recently completed her PhD at the University of Chicago Divinity School and is now a Postdoctoral Fellow in the University of Chicago College. She is the co-editor of Remembering Jonathan Z. Smith: A Career and Its Consequence (with Russell McCutcheon, 2020) and African Diaspora Religions in 5 Minutes (with Curtis J. Evans, 2022).

Contributions by Emily D. Crews

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Religion, Bodies, and the State | Discourse! October 2021

Join Emily D. Crews, Alison Robertson, and host Theo Wildcroft for a collection of topical stories on how religion mediates how the state treats human bodies in different ways. And Jesusween!

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