Savannah Finver

Savannah H. Finver is currently wrapping up her MA degree in Religion in Culture at the University of Alabama and will be continuing on to the Ohio State University in the fall for a PhD in Comparative Studies. She received her BA in Philosophy/Religious Studies and English from St. Thomas Aquinas College in 2016. Her work focuses on the category of religion in legal discourse in the United States and how this legal designation impacts social formation and assignment of civil rights.

Contributions by Savannah Finver

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Discourse! April 2020 with Christopher Cotter, Chris Silver and Savannah Finver

In April’s episode of Discourse!, Chris Cotter, Chris Silver and Susannah Finver place the current global situation relating to coronavirus front and centre in their discussion.

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Kitchens and Constructions of Religious Subjectivity in Black Atlantic Traditions

In this episode we discuss Elizabeth Perez's award-winning book *Religion in the Kitchen: Cooking, Talking, and the Making of Black Atlantic Traditions*. Listen in to learn more about how religious subjectivity is constructed around the process of preparing ritual meals in the Lucumí tradition.

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The Roots of QAnon: Discourse! August 2020

What is QAnon? In this August 2020 episode of Discourse!, David Robertson, Megan Goodwin, Savannah Finver and Jonathon O'Donnell discuss this conspiracy movement's links to American religious history and contemporary political discourse.

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