Educating imaginative, resilient leaders for God's changing world.

Course Description

HD779 Black Women as Public Theologians

Black women have a rich history of prophetic religious thought and activism. In this seminar students read primary source documents written by black women from the nineteenth through the twenty-first centuries. These documents are engaged as sources for doing constructive ethical reflection on issues of social justice and public policy.

Credits: 3.0


Instructor(s)

Dr. Marcia Y. Riggs


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