Eric Thomas, feminist, Feminist Studies in Religion, grace ji-sun kim, James Hoke, Mary E. Hunt, Susan Thistlethwaite, Youtube
Dr. Kate Ott and myself are the co-editors of FiR. We are pleased to present a series of short video clips of Feminist Scholars, Theologians and Writers.
Below is Part 4 of the series. The entire series is posted on Youtube under FSR Inc.
Across Generations: “What is the importance of feminist and womanist work in religious and theological studies?”
Mary E. Hunt, Grace Ji-Sun Kim, Susan Thistlethwaite, James Hoke and Eric Thomas (Part 4)
Posted by FiR on July 6, 2015
As part of FSR, Inc.’s Across Generations project, we asked feminists from and beyond the academy respond to this vital question: “What is the importance of feminist and womanist work in religious and theological studies?” at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Religion in San Diego (2014).
What follows is the fourth part of a multi-part blog series that brings those videos to you.
Watch and share your thoughts in the comment section below.
Mary E. Hunt (W.A.T.E.R.)
Grace Ji-Sun Kim (Earlham School of Religion)
Susan Thistlethwaite (Chicago Theological Seminary)
James Hoke and Eric Thomas (Drew University)