Ecowomanism: African American Women and Earth-Honoring Faiths (Ecology and Justice)

Ecowomanism African American Women and Earth Honoring Faiths Ecology and Justice Scholarship on African American history and culture has often neglected the tradition of African American women who engage in theological and religious reflection on their ethical and moral responsibi

Sisters of Dust, Sisters of Spirit Womanist Wordings on Sisters of Dust, Sisters of Spirit Womanist Wordings on God and Creation Karen Baker Fletcher on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Cultivating the ecological side of black womanism, Baker Fletcher combines a keen awareness of environmental racism New Woman, New Earth Sexist Ideologies and Rosemary Radford Ruether born is an American feminist scholar and theologian She writes in the Preface to the th anniversary edition of this book, New Woman, New Earth was my first book in feminist theology and gathered together essays in feminist thought which I

  • Title: Ecowomanism: African American Women and Earth-Honoring Faiths (Ecology and Justice)
  • Author: Melanie L. Harris
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Scholarship on African American history and culture has often neglected the tradition of African American women who engage in theological and religious reflection on their ethical and moral responsibility to care for the earth Melanie Harris argues that African American women make distinctive contributions to the environmental justice movement in the ways that they theoloScholarship on African American history and culture has often neglected the tradition of African American women who engage in theological and religious reflection on their ethical and moral responsibility to care for the earth Melanie Harris argues that African American women make distinctive contributions to the environmental justice movement in the ways that they theologize, theorize, practice spiritual activism, and come into religious understandings about our relationship with the earth Incorporating ele ments of her family history to set the stage for her argument, Harris intersperses her academic reflections with her own personal stories and anecdotes.This unique text stands at the intersection of several academic disciplines womanist theology, ecotheology, spirituality, and theological aesthetics.

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