Eddie S. Glaude Jr. is the William S. Tod professor of religion and African American studies and chair of the department of African American studies at Princeton University. He currently also serves as the president of the American Academy of Religion. In addition to this, he is a published author whose most well-known books include ‘Democracy in Black: How Race Still Enslaves the American Soul’ and ‘In a Shade of Blue: Pragmatism and the Politics of Black America’.
In 2015, Glaude was awarded an honorary doctorate from Colgate University. He is a columnist for Time magazine and regularly provides commentary on radio and television news programs.
He is currently working on a book about James Baldwin, of whom he writes, “Baldwin’s writing does not bear witness to the glory of America. It reveals the country’s sins, and the illusion of innocence that blinds us to the reality of others.“
William S. Tod professor of Religion and African American studies and Chair of the Department of African Studies at Princeton University
Location: New Jersey/ St.Thomas
Areas of Expertise: Religion, Ethics, Politics, Religion in the Americas, African American Studies
Phone: (609) 258-1319 or contact Dionne Worthy: (609) 258-8159