Catherine S. Freeman

CATHERINE S. FREEMAN {[email protected]} is an instructor of French at The Foote School in New Haven, Connecticut. She received a bachelor of arts in religious studies and French studies at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, where she was awarded the Theodore M. Mauch Memorial Prize for her research on Mormonism and Haitian Vodou. She lives in Wallingford, Connecticut, with her husband, two daughters, seven hens, four ducks, and bunny.

Drum Rhythms and Golden Scriptures: Reasons for Mormon Conversion within Haiti’s Culture of Vodou

Articles/Essays – Volume 55, No. 3

Listen to the Out Loud Interview about this article here. At first glance, it may be difficult to see a relationship between Haitian Vodou and Mormonism.[1] How could Mormonism, which established and upheld racist policies…

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