PhD Candidate in Religious Studies | GSS Cluster Fellow & TA 2019-20
Courtney Rabada is a doctoral student in the Department of Religious Studies. Her research interests include contemporary American religions, black and white feminist theory, gender/sexuality, and ethnography. Her work focuses on the role of Audre Lorde as a devotional figure for African American women and the ways in which black feminist theory informs and impacts the study of religion in the United States. She earned her B.A. from Indiana University, Bloomington in English Literature and her M.A. from Claremont Graduate University in Religious Studies.
- Fall 2019 | Powerful & Dangerous: The Life, Times, and Theory of Audre Lorde (GNDR_ST 382)