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Dr. Rebecca Carter-Chand - Historical Perspectives on War and Peace in The Salvation Army
This lecture will explore The Salvation Army's perspectives on war and peace and its actions during various wars and conflicts throughout its history, including colonial contexts, the two world wars, the Irish Troubles, and 9/11. Dr. Carter-Chand will discuss various ways that Salvationists have tried to uphold the principles of internationalism and political neutrality, as well as the ways in which war challenges these efforts.

Feb 23, 2021 07:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Rebecca Carter-Chand
Acting Director of the Programs on Ethics, Religion, and the Holocaust @US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC
Dr. Rebecca Carter-Chand is the Acting Director of the Programs on Ethics, Religion, and the Holocaust at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC. Her areas of research include the history of minority churches in Nazi Germany and the Salvation Army during World War II. Her publications on Salvation Army history include, "The Politics of Being Apolitical: The Salvation Army and the Nazi Revolution" in Word & Deed (2016) and "A Relationship of Pragmatism and Conviction: The International Salvation Army and the German Heilsarmee in the Nazi Era" in Kirchliche Zeitgeschichte/Contemporary Church History (forthcoming 2020). She is currently co-editing a volume, Religion and Ethnonationalism