Albert  Raboteau

    • Albert Raboteau

      Albert Raboteau

      Title: Henry W. Putnam Professor of Religion.
      Position: Faculty
      Office: Firestone C-1-J-1
      Phone: (609) 258-2761
      Areas: Religion in the Americas
    • Profile

      Albert J. Raboteau who came to Princeton in 1982, is a specialist in American religious history. His research and teaching have focused on American Catholic history, African-American religious movements and currently he is working on the place of beauty in the history of Eastern and Western Christian Spirituality. He has written Slave Religion: The 'Invisible Institution' in the Antebellum South, A Fire in the Bones: Reflections on African-American Religious History, African-American Religion: Interpretative Essay in History, ed. with Timothy Fulop, A Sorrowful Joy and an updated 25th anniversary edition of Slave Religion, and co-edited with Richard Alba and Josh DeWind, Immigration and Religion in America: Comparative and Historical Perspectives. He was the first recipient of the J.W.C. Pennington Award from the University of Heidelberg and last Fall delivered the Stone Lectures at Princeton Theological Seminary. He retired in June, 2013.

    • Webpage

    • Publications

      1. Immigration and Religion in America: Comparative and Historical Perspectives, co-edited with Richard Alba and Josh DeWind.

    • Curriculum Vitae

2014 Danforth Lecture

  • churches
    featuring Winnifred Fallers Sullivan
    Title: "The Church's Two Bodies:
    Exploring the Incomplete Secularization
    of the American Churches"
    Date: Thursday, February 12, 2015
    Time: 4:30 PM
    Location: Betts Auditorium School of Architecture