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US-E AntiRacism — Catholicism and the “Negro Question”: Religion, Racism, and Antiracism in a Transnational Perspective (United States and Europe, 1934-1968) — is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions research project, funded by the European Commission, and hosted by the Università di Genova with the partnership of Fordham University (New York). Its overall objective is to write a cultural history of ‘interracialist’ ideals and practices across church networks, outlets and intelligentsias, in order to point out how an increasingly globalized focus on the Black Question has framed a new Catholic antiracist sensibility, from the age of the “overtly racist regimes” (G.M. Fredrickson) up to decolonization and the civil rights era.

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