Learn about Candomble from a living master
William James Hall, Rm. 1 (in the basement)
Corner of Kirkland Ave. and Divinity Ave., Harvard University, Cambridge
Senhor Amilton Costa, Bahian Humbondo (Senior Priests of the Jeje Nation) will lecture about Brazilian Candomblé, drawing on his extensive knowledge and personal experiences. At the end of his lecture, Senhor Costa will take questions from the audience.
Organized by Prof. J. Lorand Matory for his course, Afro-Atlantic Religions, and sponsored by the Department of African and African American Studies, the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, and the Committee on African Studies at Harvard University.
Adam M. McGee, MTS
Department of African and African American Studies
Committee on the Study of Religion
PO Box 380602, Cambridge, MA 02238-0602