We are so excited to have an AAR/SBL book panel on our latest co-edited book, Planetary Solidarity (co-edited with Hilda P. Koster).
COP21 will be held in Paris from Nov 30 to Dec 11, 2015. I am planning to attend with the World Council of Churches (WCC) and Sojourners. This is such an important meeting. Keep COP21 and Paris in your prayers.
WATER (Women’s Alliance for Theology, Ethics and Ritual) has invited me to participate in a Teleconference. The Teleconference will be on my third book, “Colonialism, Han, and the Transformative Spirit” Wednesday, July 10th, 2013 1 pm – 2 pm EDT. It is free but you must register (see below). All are welcome.
Grace Ji-Sun Kim’s theological interest is in the area of Constructive Theology, Feminist Theology, and Asian Theology. Her teaching and research center on giving a voice to the marginalized and Continue reading
Some of the students that I teach come from all over the world. One of my former students is from Tanzania, Revocatus Meza. He recently wrote this very interesting piece for the DailyNews. I am reposting here with permission. It is called, “Bird Watching: Why Wonders Never Cease“.
BIRD WATCHING: WONDERS WILL NEVER CEASE
By Revocatus Meza, recently in Mpanda, Katavi. Continue reading
This is my column for EthicsDaily.com to celebrate Earth Day (April 22, 2013).
Contrary to our personal belief, it appears that money has little effect on happiness. Rather, conspicuous Continue reading
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This is a repost of my latest column for Ethicsdaily.com.
Editor’s Note: The following is an excerpt from Grace Ji-Sun Kim’s book “Colonialism, Han and the Transformative Spirit.”
We live in a global economy where we affect people in poor lands as directly as we affect the poor within our own country, and we are unaware of our culpability. Continue reading
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I was invited by Moravian College’s Religion Department to give a lecture entitled, “Exploitation, Consumerism, and Eco-Justice” to fit the college’s “In Focus” theme this year on “Sustainability” (April 2, 2013). I have given lots of lectures and talks in the past, but for some reason, I was really nervous all day before my 7p.m. lecture. A colleague said to me at noon that ‘if I was a good procrastinator, I wouldn’t be nervous until evening….” Continue reading