Lecture | "The Book of Mormon in a History of (Post) Secular Reading"

The Howard W. Hunter Foundation is pleased to sponsor another outstanding event in our ongoing speaker series at the Claremont Mormon Studies program.

Lecture: "Speaking of Things to Come As Though They Had Already Come," or, "The Book of Mormon in a History of (Post) Secular Reading” presented by Jared Hickman

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Jared Hickman is assistant professor of English at Johns Hopkins University.  He researches the intersection of literature, religion, and race in the U.S. and the Atlantic world from the colonial period through the nineteenth century.  He is the author of Black Prometheus: Race and Radicalism in the Age of Atlantic Slavery (Oxford University Press, forthcoming) and co-editor of two volumes - with Martha Schoolman, Abolitionist Places (Routledge, 2013) and, with Elizabeth Fenton, Americanist Approaches to The Book of Mormon (Oxford University Press, forthcoming).  He has published articles in American Literature, Early American Literature, The New England Quarterly, Nineteenth-Century Literature, PMLA, and other venues.

Albrecht Auditorium, Stauffer Hall 925 N. Dartmouth Ave.,