LSTC Hosts "Womanist Theology Conversing with Third World Theologians"
Posted Sep 20, 2005
On Thursday, September 29, members of the Ecumenical Association of Third World Theologians (EATWOT) will discuss how womanist theology influences their work as scholars and activists. The Rev. Dr. Linda Thomas, professor of theology and anthropology at the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, will lead the discussion. This free event begins at 7:30 p.m.
Other participants are:
Michel Andraos, assistant professor, cross-cultural studies, Catholic Theological Union
Rita Nakashima Brock, director of Faith Voices for the Common Good
Dwight Hopkins, professor of theology, Divinity School at the University of Chicago
Ada Maria Isaasi-Diaz, professor at the theological and graduate schools of Drew University
José David Rodríguez , director of graduate studies and Augustana Heritage Professor of Global Mission and World Christianity, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
Rosetta E. Ross, chairperson, department of religion, Spelman College
Andrea Smith, professor, University of Michigan and founder of INCITE, Women of Color Against Violence
For more details about the participants, visit www.lstc.edu/events/