CSREA Interdisciplinary Opportunity Graduate School Fellow
Ph.D. candidate in Religion and Critical Thought[email protected]
Nicholas Andersen is a Ph.D. candidate in Religion and Critical Thought at Brown University's Department of Religious Studies. He researches and writes primarily in the fields of modern religious thought and ethics, with particular interests in Black religious thought, theories of empire and colonialism, and religion in the nineteenth- and twentieth-century Americas. His dissertation, provisionally entitled "Ethiopia Shall Stretch Forth Her Hands to God," offers a novel theorization of the Ethiopianism of the long nineteenth century.