The lecture will be based on new book, Intersectional Theology co-written with Susan Shaw.
I will also teach a class on “Asian American Theology”. Continue reading
I will also e preaching on Sunday Oct 10, 2018 at 8:30 and 10:40 a.m. and leading and Adult Sunday School on Healing Our Broken Humanity (co-written with Dr. Graham Hill).
All are welcome, so please share and come to these events. Continue reading
My visit to Oregon State University was exciting and wonderful. I taught one class and gave a public lecture, “Thinking Out Loud: Race, Gender and Han.” Here are a few pictures from my visit.
I will be speaking at Oregon State University. The lecture is free and open to the public.
“Thinking out Loud: Race, Gender, and Han”
Dr. Grace Ji-Sun Kim
“Our society has come a long way in terms of fighting racism and sexism, but it still has a long way to go. As our society faces suffering and pain due to racism and sexism, a Korean term, han tries to capture this suffering. Han signifies a difficult emotion and term but can best to described as ‘unjust suffering.’ All people suffer, but no one should suffer because of the color of their skin or their gender. ” Continue reading
I am so pleased to be participating in another Wabash Blog Series. The first one was called, “Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda”. This blog series is called, “Lecturing Less and Teaching More.” Check out all the different weekly posts by each blogger.
This series, moderated by Roger S. Nam, will begin September 24, 2013. Gene Gallagher, Karyn Wiseman, Bobby Williamson, Lea Schweitz, Israel Galindo, Kameron Carter, Eric Barreto, Wil Gafney, Kwok Pui-Lan, Greg Carey, Brooke Lester, Grace Ji-Sun Kim, Kate Blanchard, Monica Coleman, Lynn Neal, Deepak Sarma, and Roger Nam will provide blog entries to spark your imagination and perhaps fuel Continue reading