Intercultural Feminist Theologies

RESEARCH PROJECT AND PUBLICATIONS

Exploring Global Feminist Theologies in a Postcolonial Space: A Learning and Research Immersion Project for Feminist Graduate Students and Post-graduates from Kenya and the US

 

LUC MaryknollPROJECT BACKGROUND

This project brought together feminist and womanist theologians from Africa and the US in order to create intercultural-pedagogical innovations and original scholarship in theology and religious studies. Eight doctoral students from the US and Kenya gathered in Nairobi for a month long exploration of intercultural pedagogy and research in July 2009. The symposium included an interdisciplinary course on “African Feminist/Womanist Theologies” at the Maryknoll Institute of African Studies. Through modeling, mentoring and participation, this symposium sought to discover strategies for intercultural collaborative learning and to form participants’ pedagogical working skills in light of feminist/womanist and postcolonial concerns.

JOURNAL ARTICLE

“The Goods and Evils of a Globalized Context: African and American Women Doing Theology,” with Susan A. Ross and Elisabeth T. Vasko, Concilium International Journal of Theology, 2009/1.

DOCUMENTARY FILM

Spotlight on the Global Feminist Theologies Symposium in Nairobi, Kenya
Ethnography as Feminist Praxis, A Documentary Film

 

Published here at Practical Matters Journal

JOURNAL ARTICLE

“Listening to Experience, Looking Towards Flourishing: Ethnography as a Global Feminist Theo/ethical Praxis,” (article & film) with Edith Chamwama, Eunice Kamaara, Sussy Gumo Kurgat, Damaris Parsitau, Emily Reimer-Barry, Elisabeth Vasko, and Jeanine Viau. Practical Matters, (www.practicalmattersjournal.org), May 2010.

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Related Presentations

Practicing Postcolonial Feminist Theology Cross-culturally: A Reflection on the Exploring Global Feminist Theologies Pedagogy Project, with Damaris Parsitau, African Association for the Study of Religions, Ile-Ife, Nigeria,  Jan. 21, 2010.

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