This past summer my oldest son did his first internship in Charlotte, North Carolina. It was hard to have him away from home; he had been back for only a few days this summer after classes ended at college before he left for this internship. Now he has just returned and is gone again to begin his sophomore year. It is an emotionally difficult time for me. I had always imagined that sending my kid off to college would be a joyous event, but it has been an emotional roller coaster ride. Continue reading
What counts as feminism on the internet? What happens when religion is brought into the conversation? And most importantly for the Feminism In Religion Forum (FiR), what does it mean to engage in this process with an academic lens? Continue reading
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)
Here is my latest for Feminist Studies in Religion on Bill Cosby’s Sexual Allegations.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has made major news headlines over the past two months. The challenge went viral on social media this summer, but it didn’t start there. For a few years, various organizations have promoted “cold water challenges” that couple dosing friends with requesting donations. In summer