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At the last American Academy of Religion (AAR) in San Diego 2019, Susan Shaw and I responded to a book panel which discussed our latest book Intersectional Theology.

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Watch the youtube video below of our response to the AAR panel.

 

Books under Discussion A 23-238

Women’s Caucus

Theme: Saturday Emerging Scholars: Redefining Fields: Considering New Resources

Alicia Panganiban, Northwestern Medicine, Presiding

Theresa A. Yugar, California State University, Los Angeles, Presiding

 

Saturday – 1:00 PM-3:00 PM

Convention Center-14A (Mezzanine Level)

The disciplinary histories of religious and theological studies have been shaped by patriarchy, White supremacy, and colonialism in ways that are being challenged in new introductions to both fields: Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Susan Shaw’s Intersectional Theology: An Introductory Guide and Sarah Bloesch and Meredith Minister’s Cultural Approaches to Studying Religion: An Introduction to Theories and Methods. Both texts seek to redefine their respective fields by reimagining foundational patterns of teaching and interventions in theology and religion courses. This roundtable explores these interventions creating a path toward better introductions to both fields, cooperation between the disciplines, and reducing the need to draw sharp lines to protect hegemonic ways of knowing.

Panelists:

Alejandro Escalante, University of North Carolina

Unregistered Participant

Sheryl Johnson, Graduate Theological Union

Unregistered Participant

Responding:

Sarah Bloesch, Elon University

Grace Ji-Sun Kim, Earlham School of Religion

Meredith Minister, Shenandoah University

Susan Shaw, Oregon State University

 

Our Response to the Intersectional Theology Panel