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Walking through the valley : womanist explorations in the spirit of Katie Geneva Cannon / Emilie M. Townes, Stacey M. Floyd-Thomas, Alison P. Gise Johnson, and Angela D. Sims, editors.

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublisher: Louisville, Kentucky : Westminster John Knox Press, [2022]Edition: First editionDescription: xviii, 198 pages ; 23 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 9780664267216
  • 0664267211
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 230.082 23/eng/20220906
LOC classification:
  • BT83.9 .W35 2022
Contents:
Foreword / by Nikky Finney -- Part 1. Unearthing the sacred from our own texts. The biblical field's loss was womanist ethics' gain: Katie Cannon and the dilemma of the womanist intellectual / Renita J. Weems -- Unearthing the ethical treasures of Cannon formation / Stacey M. Floyd-Thomas -- The house that Cannon built and "the hinges upon which the future swings" / Melanie C. Jones -- Part 2. Structural poverty and Black communal sovereignty. Redeeming Black survival: a womanist reading of poverty as a means of re-membering Black sovereignty / Alison P. Gise Johnson -- Excavating darkness: unearthing memories as spiritual practice in the service of social transformation / Alison P. Gise Johnson and Vanessa Monroe -- Rooted woman or root woman: one Black woman's story at the intersection of earth, faith, and action / Faith B. Harris -- Part 3. Womanist ways of leading. Walking through the valley: a leadership exemplar / Paula Owens Parker -- Even when one's face is on fire: a womanist approach to leadership / Angela D. Sims -- "Not meant to survive": Black mothers leading beyond the criminal line / Nikia Smith Robert -- Part 4. Embodied ethics. "Pumping up air": toward a womanist epistemology of Black choreography / Eboni Marshall Turman -- Knowledge from the marrow of our bones: a talk / Emilie M. Townes -- A Can(n)on of embodied ethics / M. Shawn Copeland.
Summary: "In this volume, leading womanist ethicists and theologians come together to continue Katie Geneva Cannon's work in four critical areas: justice, leadership, embodied ethics, and sacred texts"-- Provided by publisher.
Holdings
Item type Current library Call number Copy number Status Date due Barcode
Print book for loan Krauth Memorial Branch New Materials Shelf BT83.9 .W35 2022 Checked out 03/26/2024 31794003198125
Print book for loan Lineberger Memorial Library Southern Circulating Collection (Main & Upper Levels) BT83.9 .W35 2022 1 Available 35898001757257

Includes bibliographical references (pages 169-191) and index.

Foreword / by Nikky Finney -- Part 1. Unearthing the sacred from our own texts. The biblical field's loss was womanist ethics' gain: Katie Cannon and the dilemma of the womanist intellectual / Renita J. Weems -- Unearthing the ethical treasures of Cannon formation / Stacey M. Floyd-Thomas -- The house that Cannon built and "the hinges upon which the future swings" / Melanie C. Jones -- Part 2. Structural poverty and Black communal sovereignty. Redeeming Black survival: a womanist reading of poverty as a means of re-membering Black sovereignty / Alison P. Gise Johnson -- Excavating darkness: unearthing memories as spiritual practice in the service of social transformation / Alison P. Gise Johnson and Vanessa Monroe -- Rooted woman or root woman: one Black woman's story at the intersection of earth, faith, and action / Faith B. Harris -- Part 3. Womanist ways of leading. Walking through the valley: a leadership exemplar / Paula Owens Parker -- Even when one's face is on fire: a womanist approach to leadership / Angela D. Sims -- "Not meant to survive": Black mothers leading beyond the criminal line / Nikia Smith Robert -- Part 4. Embodied ethics. "Pumping up air": toward a womanist epistemology of Black choreography / Eboni Marshall Turman -- Knowledge from the marrow of our bones: a talk / Emilie M. Townes -- A Can(n)on of embodied ethics / M. Shawn Copeland.

"In this volume, leading womanist ethicists and theologians come together to continue Katie Geneva Cannon's work in four critical areas: justice, leadership, embodied ethics, and sacred texts"-- Provided by publisher.

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