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Daniels, DeAnna
Assistant Professor

Dr. DeAnna Monique Daniels  (Ph.D. in Religion, Rice University) is a scholar of African American Religion. Her current research interests include the intersections of religion, gender, and sexuality; Black speculative fiction and horror; popular and visual cultures; and disability studies.

Currently Teaching

RELI 227 – Religion and Film

This course explores religion and its relationship with visual storytelling culture. We will analyze, explore, and challenge various religious, pop-cultural, ideological, and moral messages as presented in various types of film, from art house cinema to blockbuster movies, and genres ranging from horror to comedy.