climate change, Colonialism Han and the Tranformative Spirit, consumerism, Don St. John, eco-justice, exploitation, grace ji-sun kim, han, InFocus, Kelly Denton-Borhaug, Moravian College, Moravian Theological Seminary, palgrave macmillan, sustainability
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
7:00 p.m. U.B.C. Rm, H.U.B.
Grace Ji-Sun Kim, Ph.D.
Globalism, colonialism, and consumerism have caused unjust suffering (han) for the earth’s exploited peoples and the exploited lands. To reverse this tragedy, we need to work for a just, sustainable planet, to imagine new models of development and to rediscover the inner resources needed to empower and sustain our spirits.
Dr. Grace Ji-Sun Kim is Associate Prof. of Doctrinal Theology at Moravian Theological Seminary and Director of the MATS Program. Her teaching and research centers on giving a voice to the marginalized and those on the underside of history.
Dr. Kim’s theological interests include Feminist Theology and Asian Theology.
Sponsor: Department of Religion
Additional Funding: The Arts & Lectures Committee
This program reflects the 2012/2013 InFocus Sustainability theme
Grace Ji-Sun Kim is Associate Professor of Doctrinal Theology and the Director of the MATS program at Moravian Theological Seminary. She is the author of Colonialism, Han and the Transformative Spirit (Palgrave Pivot), The Holy Spirit, Chi, and the Other: A Model of Global and Intercultural Pneumatology (Palgrave Macmillan) and The Grace of Sophia: A Korean North American Women’s Christology (Pilgrim Press).