From Local to Global: Rethinking Yoruba Religious Traditions for the Next Millenium, Session XI Yoruba Religion, Language, and Moral Knowing: Philosophical and Sociological Interpretations (continued) and Session XII Reflections and Conslusions
A major international conference on Yoruba religious traditions organized by Professor Jacob K. Olupona and Professor Terry Rey, co-sponsored by the Florida International University Department of Religious Studies and African-New World Studies Program. December 9-12, 1999. Session XI (continued) Moderator: Nkiru Nzegwu, SUNY, Binghamton. Speaker: Akinoslo Akiwowo, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife; Olufemi Taiwo, Loyola University; Barry Hallen, Morehouse University, Niyi Akinnasa, Temple University.
Session XII, Introduction by Jacob Olupona Speaker: Charles Long, University of California, Santa Barbara; Michele Foster, Claremont Graduate School; Terry Rey, Florida International University.
Department of Religious Studies, Florida International University and African New World Studies, Florida International University, "From Local to Global: Rethinking Yoruba Religious Traditions for the Next Millenium, Session XI Yoruba Religion, Language, and Moral Knowing: Philosophical and Sociological Interpretations (continued) and Session XII Reflections and Conslusions" (1999). African & African Diaspora Studies Program Lecture Series. 54.
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