Religion at Work

“Healing, Empathy, and Religious Accommodation” with Kristy Nabhan-Warren

June 30, 2021

Featuring Kristy Nabhan-Warren, Professor of Catholic Studies, University of Iowa

Professor Kristy Nabhan-Warren of the University of Iowa talks about what she learned when researching her forthcoming book, Meatpacking America: How Migration, Work, and Faith Unite and Divide the Heartland (UNC Press). She shares why religious accommodation is important, tells stories about how meatpacking workers bring their faith to their jobs, and ties her conclusions to the healing and empathy needed to move forward in the American public.

Kristy Nabhan-Warren is Professor and the inaugural V.O. and Elizabeth Kahl Figge Chair in Catholic Studies at the University of Iowa. Her research focuses on U.S. Latinx Catholics in the United States, and her publications include The Virgin of El Barrio: Marian Apparitions, Catholic Evangelizing, and Mexican-American Activism (2005); Cursillos in America: Catholics, Protestants, and Fourth-Day Spirituality (2013); and Américan Woman: The Virgin of Guadalupe, Latinos/as and Accompaniment (2018).

Learn more about Kristy’s work.

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