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 Seth Schermerhorn

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Seth Schermerhorn recently presented a paper titled “The Politics of Personhood: O’odham, Odor, and Others” at the American Academy of Religion (AAR) Conference in San Antonio.

The presentation was part of an Indigenous Religious Traditions Group panel, co-organized by Schermerhorn and Elana Jefferson-Tatum of Hobart and William Smith Colleges. The theme was “Personhood, Revisited: Indigenous Religious Traditions and the Politics of Personhood” and asked whether personhood is a viable analytical category in the academic study of indigenous religious traditions.

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