John Burdick

John  is Professor and Chair of the Department of Anthropology at Syracuse University. He is author of The Color of Sound: Music, Religion and Racial Politics in Brazil (New York University Press, 2013),  Legacies of Liberation: The Progressive Catholic Church in Brazil at the Start of a New Millennium (Ashgate, 2004);  Blessed Anastacia: Women, Race and Popular Christianity in Brazil (Routledge, 1998); and Looking for God in Brazil: The Progressive Catholic Church in Urban Brazil’s Religious Arena (California, 1993). He is editor, with Kwame Dixon, of Politics, Cultures, Identities: Comparative Perspectives on Afro Latin America (University Press of Florida, 2012); with Kenneth Roberts and Philip Oxhorn, of Beyond Neoliberalism in Latin America (Palgarve Macmillan, 2009); and with Ted Hewitt, of The Church at the Grassroots: The Popular Catholic Church in Latin America (Greenwood, 2000).

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