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Faith, Feminism, and Scholarship: The Next…

Faith, Feminism, and Scholarship: The Next Generation

by Melanie L. Harris

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Faith, Feminism, and Scholarship engages third wave Womanist, Latina, Asian, Black and White feminists discussing their approaches to religious scholarship, teaching strategies, and participation in communal and social activism. The volume looks at major themes in feminist religious scholarship including our identities as scholars and activists, what lead us to ministry as scholars, and how our work is shaped by our faith commitments. The authors engage feminist and womanist theory, post-colonial thought, critical race theory, gender studies as well as using personal narrative to describe and enliven tensions in these theories and practice including pedagogical models of transformation.

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