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Jerome Branche: “On Sainthood, Savagery and the Afro-Spanish (National) Imaginary: El caso Chicaba.”

Headshot of Dr. Jerome Branche.
Dr. Jerome Branche
Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures
University of Pittsburgh
Virtual Zoom Meeting
Special Information:
5:30PM-6:30PM

Abstract

Professor Branche explores the role of Father Carlos Miguel de Paniagua, who crafted the life story of the formerly enslaved Chicaba in Compendio de la vida ejemplar de la Venerable Madre Sor Teresa Juliana de Santo Domingo (1752). The talk interrogates the ways that hagiography displaces African identity while presenting a European-Christian vision of triumphant evangelization.

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