[U. S. Army Chaplain School Workshop: Black Experience within Traditional American Experience] (audio)
[Tape 1] U. S. Army Chaplain School Workshop: "Black Minority Issues in Theology and the Church". Side 1: C. Eric Lincoln: "Black History in the Context of the American Experience". Side 2: Continuation of side one, and first part of the question and answer period
C. Eric Lincoln Collection
This recording features C. Eric Lincoln giving a presentation for the U.S. Army Chaplain workshop. He discusses the Black experience within the traditional American experience. The thesis of the presentation is that religious behavior grows out of the social experience. He also talks about what it means to be a “nigger.”
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Lincoln, C. Eric, "[U. S. Army Chaplain School Workshop: Black Experience within Traditional American Experience] (audio)" (1985). C. Eric Lincoln Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 136.
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