Albert J. Raboteau Awarded Professor Emeritus Status at Princeton University

RaboteauAlbert J. Raboteau, one of the nation’s foremost scholars on African American religion, is retiring as the Henry W. Putnam Professor of Religion at Princeton University. He will be granted the title of professor emeritus.

Professor Raboteau joined the Princeton University faculty in 1982 after teaching at Yale University and the University of California at Berkeley. At Princeton, he has served as chair of the department of religion and as dean of the Graduate School. Professor Raboteau is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. He earned a master’s degree in English at the University of California at Berkeley and a Ph.D. at Yale University.

Dr. Raboteau is the author of many books. Among his works are:

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