Having received my M.A. and Ph.D. from Princeton University, I am proud to now be a professor of Religion and African American Studies at Princeton. In addition, I am proud to currently sit as a senior fellow at The Jamestown Project.
Prior to my appointment at Princeton, I taught at Bowdoin College and Amherst College in African American Studies and Religion. My B.A. came by way of Morehouse College. I consider myself to be a charismatic thinker and insightful writer inspired by leaders of the civil rights movement as well as today's thought-leaders in the likes of Dr. Cornel West, Tavis Smiley, and Michael Eric Dyson. Their legacies illuminate the importance of working in love and service. As Dr. West so insightfully asserted, "You can not lead the people if you do not love the people, and you can not save the people if you do not serve the people!"
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Reason Society You can run from reason, but you can't hide!Wednesday, December 10, 2008Eddie Glaude Jr. the bankruptcy of the black religious intellectual I commented on philosophertheologian Eddie Glaude Jr. in March 2007 on my Studies in a Dying Culture blogTavis Smiley meets Eddie Glaude Black pragmatism in actionI singled out what I considered to be the strategic essence of his ideological positioning a combination of ethnic provincialism and the impersonal rhetoric of professional... (continue reading)
At certain points in time, one person like Martin Luther King, Jr. has come to symbolize the entire Civil Rights Movement. But there have always been many voices and many factions, some of them competing. Who's in charge now?Farai Chideya talks with Eddie Glaude, Jr., professor of religious studies at Princeton University; Oakland, Calif.based organizer Ludovic Blai, who directs Equal Voice for America's Families; and Sophia BracyHarris, cofounder and executive director of the Federation... (continue reading)
Tavis Eddie Glaude, Jr. is a professor of religion at Princeton and one of a new generation of African American intellectual voices in the U.S. His latest book is called In a Shade of Blue Pragmatism and the Politics of Black America. He joins us tonight from New York. Professor Glaude, as always, nice to have you on the program, sir.Professor Eddie Glaude It's always a pleasure to dialogue with you, Brother Tavis. You're an extraordinary figure in a historic moment, brother, so I'm really... (continue reading)