Oct. 25 | “IT SEEMS LIKE BLESSINGS KEEP FALLING ON MY LAP”: The Cultural Politics of American Religion and Popular Music | Josef Sorett

"IT SEEMS LIKE BLESSINGS KEEP FALLING ON MY LAP": The Cultural Politics of American Religion and Popular Music, lecture by Josef Sorett (Columbia University)
Center for Media, Culture and History

THE LERNER WORKSHOP IN RELIGION AND SOCIETY

IN COLLABORATION WITH THE NYU RELIGIOUS STUDIES PROGRAM

WEDNESDAY/ OCTOBER 25 / 6-7:30 pm

Torch Club, 18 Waverly Place

“IT SEEMS LIKE BLESSINGS KEEP FALLING ON MY LAP”: The Cultural Politics of American Religion and Popular Music

An exploration of influences and exchanges among gospel, hip hop, and praise and worship music by a diverse range of artists to understand the interplay between religion, race, media, masculinity and the market.

JOSEF SORETT (Columbia University)

Co-sponsor: Dean Of The College Of Arts And Sciences