HD740J DMin Justice Core Course: Women of Color as Public Theologians

In this seminar students study the lives and writings
of women of color or other minoritized women
(e.g. religious) from the nineteenth through the
twenty-first centuries. The lives and writings of
these women are explored as models and sources for
faithful discipleship, social activism, and doing public
theology (constructive ethical reflection) on issues of social justice.

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